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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Dunedin Airport (DUD), which is just over 25 mins' drive from the centre (about 30km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Dunedin are Ace Rent a Car, Jucy, Ezirent, Thrifty and Budget.
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Warmest month: January (15°C)
Coldest month: June (8°C)
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Hire a car in Dunedin
Scotland of the south, Dunedin features a warm and whimsical atmosphere.
Despite being the second largest city on New Zealand's South Island, Dunedin keeps a fairly low profile compared to its neighbouring cities. It swells seasonally with an ever expanding student population, who support a hearty arts scene. The city is also home to the country’s only castle – how it could it be a little piece of Scotland without one?
Residing in a natural amphitheatre, Dunedin’s landscape is as stunning as anywhere else in the country. Drive around the Otago Peninsula and keep a look out for the area’s vast array of wildlife, or take a day trip to Koekohe Beach and cast a curious eye upon its smooth, spherical boulders.
Sights to see
One of New Zealands main Cities, you are certainly going to need a hire car to even begin experiencing all the things there are to see and do in Dunedin. Blessed with a vast array of things for the tourist to see the first port of call has to be the Dunedin Municipal Clock, still ticking well over 100 years after it was first started by Dunedin's then mayor Mr HJ Walter in December 1800.
Dunedin: Discover more
Where to next? Well you could drive down to the peninsular to see Fletcher house, or take a trip to Port Chalmers for a stroll and take in the vast array of architectural styles. How about a visit to the Botanical Gardens in Dunedin with its exotic Rhododendron Dell, or the 30 acre harbourside garden of Glenfulloch. You could drive out to Larnach Castle, which is in fact New Zealands only castle, or just visit the numerous museums and art galleries Dunedin has to offer.