Nelson Airport

Monday:07:30-20:30

Tuesday:07:30-20:30

Wednesday:07:30-20:30

Thursday:07:30-20:30

Friday:07:30-20:30

Saturday:07:30-14:00

Sunday:07:30-20:30

Where is the branch located?

As you exit the terminal we are on the left hand side in the rental car booths.

Nelson Airport Information

Follow signage to rental carpark and park in one of the allocated spaces, When returning your rental vehicle please ensure it is refuelled unless you have selected a pre purchase fuel option. If you do not refuel before return and have not pre purchased fuel, refuelling will be charged at the price stated on your rental agreement.

Lock the car and place keys in a dropbox on the outside of the kiosk, or if the kiosk is opened, return the keys to a member of staff.

After hour pick ups are unavailable at this location.

If you are running late and you won't be able to collect your rental car at the allocated time, it is important to get in touch with the branch you are collecting from so that we can make alternate arrangements. If you have arrived at the branch and it is closed and if you haven't made prior arrangements for an after-hours collection you will need to pick-up your rental car the following day.

Car Rental Nelson Airport

Nelson Airport is the gateway to your vacation in the Nelson Tasman region: a plethora of golden sand beaches, national parks, and bushland await you from the moment you land here. Nelson is the oldest city on the South Island, having been established by European settlers in 1841. 

You’ll be thankful to have booked your Dollar rental from Nelson Airport prior to your arrival here. After a long day of travelling, and likely multiple flights, there will be no need to waste time here. Instead, you can pick up your rental car keys with ease, before heading off to rest ahead of your vacation that’ll be full of adventure and exploring. 

Nelson has a warm and temperate climate, with consistent sunny days. Take advantage of the weather and spend plenty of time outdoors while vacationing in Nelson. 

Explore the National Parks Near Nelson

Abel Tasman National Park, just a two-hour drive from the City of Nelson, is the smallest national park in New Zealand. However, while it lacks in size, it is full of natural beauty waiting to be discovered. Spend the day hiking through the park, or choose to explore it via the water - there are plenty of kayaking tours on offer as the waters are so calm. It’s a serene park to visit at any time of the year, with golden-sand beaches, bushland, and inviting blue waters. 

A great way to introduce yourself to the National Park is by the Abel Tasman Great Walk. The walk is not a circuit track, so bear that in mind while planning out your time here; you can either hike the multi-day track or head to one of the pick-up spots where a boat can collect you. Alternatively, you can also walk back. Make sure to take in the views from one of the many headland spots of the pristine blue waters and golden-sand beaches against the wild bushland. It makes for the perfect picture spot. 

If you want an alpine adventure, head to Nelson Lakes National Park. Here, you’ll truly understand the diversity of the New Zealand landscape. Nelson Lakes is just a 1.5-hour drive from Nelson. Head here for glacial lakes, an alpine landscape, and plenty of forests. The two alpine lakes of Rotorua and Rotoiti are the main attraction here. According to Māori legend, the lakes were created by the great chief Rakaihaitu digging holes. One hole became Lake Rotorua (which means large waters), and the other hole became Lake Rotoiti (small waters).

A common photo opportunity awaits you in Nelson Lakes at Lake Rotoiti. Jump off the jetty that overhangs the glacial waters - it’s not for the faint-hearted as it’s icy-cold all year round, but it does make for a fun experience!

Skydive over the Two Islands of New Zealand

New Zealand is made up of two islands: the North Island and the South Island. You can see both from the skies above Abel Tasman National Park. This adrenaline-filled trip is not for the faint-hearted, but it does promise an incredible experience. 

Skydiving from Abel Tasman will be a scary, yet beautiful experience. You’ll have your breath taken away as you soar over the mountains, golden beaches, alpine landscape, and see the incredible two islands that makeup New Zealand. 

Nelson Airport is the gateway to beautiful nature. From the moment you pick up your Dollar keys, you’ll be in awe at the incredible landscape in the Nelson region. Make sure to have your camera permanently at your side, because even the drives to the scenic spots are worth capturing.

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