TRAVELLING UNDER THE RED AND ORANGE TRAFFIC LIGHT SYSTEM FROM 3 DEC 2021: Airlines, ferries and other transport operators will require you to have your vaccine pass or negative test before you can travel, and the same applies if you are crossing the Auckland border (after 15 Dec). Whilst our industry is not required to check vaccine passes, when you collect your car or use our shuttle service, please mask up, scan in and follow physical distancing guidelines. Contactless transactions can be arranged, just let us know in advance if this is your preference, you have a mask exemption, or if you are exiting an MIQ facility - we will be only too happy to assist. Enjoy your summer adventure!

EXPLORE AUCKLAND

We have always enjoyed dealing with your company  and your pleasant staff, I would like to personally thank you for making the effort to upgrade us into a vehicle better suited for our needs. Regards,

Thanks guys you're an absolute dream to deal with! We will be using RaD next time I'm in NZ.

Radhire is just great. Friendly, economical, reliable, ease to use. I can recommend them wholeheartedly.

Joseph D

Explore the Auckland Region

Based around two large harbours Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, has plenty to offer on land and at sea. The central city is a 30-minute drive from Auckland Airport and guarantees to fulfil urban expectations with award-winning restaurants, theatre, nightlife and of course the iconic Sky Tower.

Auckland boasts many large and popular parks. Auckland Domain in the city centre is Auckland’s oldest park and is home to the grand building of the Auckland Museum.

Take a drive over the Auckland Harbour Bridge and discover the seaside village of Devonport and explore the World WII caves of North Head. The North Shore is lined with stunning and very swimmable beaches up its eastern coast most of which boast magnificent views of Rangitoto Island.

If it is beaches you are after they are in abundance in the Auckland Region. Just outside the city centre take a cruise along Tamaki Drive, one of the world’s most beautiful harbour roads, and grab an ice-cream.

From East Auckland, you can catch a car-ferry over the Hauraki Gulf to Waiheke Island and use your vehicle to explore this fabulous retreat full of beautiful beaches, olive groves, vineyards and wineries. Further to the east is the stunning Pohutukawa Coast, an easy drive through rolling hills and countryside to quaint seaside shops and lovely beaches popular with kayakers and paddle boarders as well as some of the region’s best mountain biking.

Out on the West Coast you will find the rugged black sand beaches of Piha and Muriwai, as well as the lush rain forests of the Waitakere ranges, criss-crossed with bush and walks to explore. To the south, is Manukau Harbour and the Awhitu Peninsula where at its end, a short walk will take you to breath-taking views from the Manukau Harbour Lighthouse.

Here are a couple of sites that would be worth a visit to read more about Auckland
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