Car Rental & Campervan Hire Queenstown Airport
Queenstown is a must see destination in the South Island. The JUCY car rental and campervan hire office is conveniently located in the airport terminal itself (look for green & purple desk in arrivals)! Our team will get you on the road quickly so you can maximize your time exploring this beautiful destination in style and comfort in a JUCY car or campervan.
Queenstown Airport, Sir Henry Wringley Drive, Frankton, 9300
Reservations: 0800 399 736
Phone: +64 9 929 2462
Fax: +64 9 929 3283
Mon-Fri 8am - 5:30pm - Sat-Sun 8:30am - 5:30pm
Queenstown Pick up and Drop off:
Please note that JUCY car rental and campervan hire Queenstown uses a different address for pick ups and drop offs.
Picking up: Inside the arrivals hall at Queenstown Airport
Dropping off: Return your vehicle to our yard, located in the Airport loop – take out all your belongings and lock the car returning the keys to our team in the airport arrivals hall.
Queenstown Pickup and Dropoff During Office Hours
Bookings for rental cars or campervan hire in Queenstown can be made directly with our reservations team for pick up’s from city central hotels to our office. Contact us on 0800 399 736 or email email@example.com
Queenstown Pick up and Drop off Outside Office Hours
Sorry, late pickups and dropoffs are not possible from this office.
About JUCY Rentals Queenstown
The JUCY car hire and campervan rental office is conveniently located inside the arrivals hall at Queenstown Airport, so you can walk straight off your flight and be picking up your rental car or campervan in no time!
Queenstown is an international resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island. It is built around an inlet called Queenstown Bay on Lake Wakatipu, a long thin lake formed by glacial processes that is shaped like a staggered lightning bolt, and has spectacular views of nearby mountains.
William Gilbert Rees, along with fellow explorer Nicholas Von Tunzelman, were the first Europeans to settle the area. Rees was in search of pastoral land, and after an initial visit returned in 1860 to establish a high country farm in the location of Queenstown's current town centre. However the Rees’ farming lifestyle was to be short-lived. In 1862 gold was discovered in the Arrow River, a short distance from Queenstown.
There are various apocryphal accounts of how the town was named, the most popular suggesting that a local gold digger exclaimed that the town was "fit for Queen Victoria". It is now known for its commerce-oriented tourism, especially adventure and ski tourism. It is popular with young international and New Zealand travellers alike.
Its neighbouring towns and districts include Arrowtown, Wanaka, Alexandra, and Cromwell. The nearest cities are Invercargill and Dunedin.
The Queenstown-Lakes District has a land area of 8,704.97 km² not counting its inland lakes (Lake Hawea, Lake Wakatipu, and Lake Wanaka). It has an estimated resident population of 27,100 (June 2009 estimate). read more