Notice to all customers:

From the 29th of August 2016, our branches will be re-branded from Redspot to our franchise brand Enterprise Rent-A-Car. When collecting you vehicle be sure to walk up to the Enterprise Rent-A-Car desk and our team will give you the same great service you would expect when booking with Redspot.



Queenstown is undoubtedly one of New Zealand’s most popular tourist destination. Surrounded by mountains and sitting on the shore of Lake Wakatipu, this stunning location is famous for its magnificent scenery, world-class amenities and a plethora of activities and sight-seeing. Beautiful all year round, there is never a bad time to visit.

Location Information

Redspot Car Rentals is located in the Queenstown Airport arrivals terminal. Our Queenstown hire cars are parked within walking distance of the terminal building for your convenience. Redspot Car Rentals also rents vehicles at Auckland and Christchurch locations (opening dates to be confirmed).

Satellite Navigation

Redspot Car Rentals offers drivers the option of portable GPS with every car hire, for a relaxing visit to New Zealand. If you’re new to the city, or unsure of how to get around, remember to include satellite navigation with your car reservation so you will reach your destinations with ease and on time.

Roadside Assistance:

All New Zealand hire cars from Redspot Car Rentals are covered by 24 hour roadside assistance. If you encounter a mechanical fault with your hire car your roadside service will be free of charge. Redspot Car Rentals also offers a premium roadside assistance package that covers you on the occasions where you accidentally leave the lights on or lock the key in the car.

Toll Roads

New Zealand currently has three (3) toll roads: the Northern Gateway Too Road north of Auckland, and the Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road and the Takitimu Drive Toll Road, both in Tauranga.

Sight Seeing Attractions:

If you are planning a holiday to Queenstown there are a myriad of outdoor activities, including hiking and biking trails, bungy jumping, jetboating, snow sports, skydiving, paragliding and white water rafting. If you’re looking for a more relaxed pace, there are guided tours, boat cruises and scenic flights, plus relaxation and rejuvenation day spas. Queenstown has a lively restaurant and bar scene with excellent shopping and evening entertainment.

About Queenstown:

People have always been drawn to the beautiful lake and alpine areas around Queenstown, starting with early Maori who came in search of Pounamu (greenstone). European settlers followed with their sights set on fertile grazing land. When the gold rush hit the region in the 1860s, it was the start of an ongoing international fascination with the Queenstown region. Today, over two million visitors are drawn to Queenstown each year.

About Queenstown Airport:

Queenstown Airport is located in Frankton, Otago, New Zealand, and serves the resort town of Queenstown. The airport is 8 km or a 10-minute drive from the Queenstown CBD.

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