If you are travelling into Auckland city and wish to have a look around before setting off on your dream trip, Jucy's Auckland Car Hire city office is located close to the city for you to hire your car and campervan hire of choice.
Reservations: 0800 399 736
Phone: +64 9 374 4360
Fax: +64 9 374 4370
8am - 5pm 7 days a week
Auckland City Pickup and Dropoff During Office Hours
Jucy car hire in Auckland City offers free pick ups from central city hotels & backpackers. Please call or email our reservations team on 0800 399 736 or firstname.lastname@example.org to organise your free transfer to our office.
Auckland City Pickup and Dropoff Outside Office Hours
Late pickups are not available from Auckland City but you are able to dropoff vehicles to us here 24 hours a day.
Directions From the Southern Motorway
Follow State Highway 1 (SH1) – northbound, direction Auckland. Exit Port (SH16).Continue straight, Stanley St. Through lights (intersecting Parnell Rise / Beach Rd) onto The Strand. The JUCY depot is located on the left hand side, approximately 100m up the road.
Directions Form the North
Follow State Highway 1 (SH1) – southbound, direction Auckland. Exit Port. Continue down onto Stanley Street. Through lights (intersecting Parnell Rise / Beach Road) onto The Strand. The JUCY depot is located on the left hand side, aproximatley 100m up the road.
About Auckland City
Auckland City is the city and local authority covering the Auckland isthmus and most of the islands of the Hauraki Gulf, in the North Island of New Zealand. Auckland City is the most populous city in the country, with a population of 444,100 (June 2009 estimate). It lies in the Auckland Region, and the Auckland Regional Council is also based in Auckland City. In 2009, it was rated the 4th best place to live in the world, in human resources consultancy Mercer's annual survey.
Auckland City is, together with its neighbouring cities, part of the Greater Auckland area. As the term 'Auckland' may refer to the local authority alone, to the whole metropolitan area, or even to the broader region, this may lead to ambiguity, since people from other parts of New Zealand or from overseas often do not draw any distinction. read more