Car Rentals at Invercargill Airport (IVC)

🔍 Arriving at Invercargill Airport and ready to dive into the splendor of New Zealand? You’re in for an adventure! Renting a car from reputable companies is a piece of cake right at the airport.

Price match guarantee

✅ Flexible Rentals

You can cancel or change most bookings for free up to 48 hours before your scheduled pick-up time.

✅ No hidden fees

What you see is what you get! So you can book with confidence knowing there are no surprises.

✅ Price Match

Book with peace of mind, knowing you’re getting the best value. If you find a lower price, we’ll match it.

🚙 Types of Cars for Rent at Invercargill Airport

Economy car

Economy Car

Compact Car

Compact SUV

Premium SUV

Mini van

Mini Van

Passenger van

Passenger Van

✈ About Invercargill Airport 

Invercargill Airport is an important place for people who want to travel by plane in the south of New Zealand. 

Here are some key things to know about it:

  • Location: It’s close to the center of Invercargill, making it easy to get to for people flying in. It’s a handy spot for both local and international flights.
  • Facilities: Although not huge, the airport has what you need, like a café, places to rent cars, and parking. The staff is friendly and helpful, making your trip smoother.
  • Views: You’ll see some pretty sights when you land or take off, like the coast, hills, and farmland around Invercargill.
  • Community: The airport works with the local community to help the area grow and welcome visitors.
  • Flight Options: While primarily serving domestic flights within New Zealand, Invercargill Airport also offers limited flights to select international destinations, providing travelers with convenient connections to other countries.
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