Popular Campervans in Queenstown

Jucy Cabana

Jucy

Cabana

2 adults

Automatic

Budget Campers Budget Finder

Budget Campers

Budget Finder

2 adults 1 child

Manual

Britz 4-Berth Voyager

Britz

4-Berth Voyager

4 adults

Portable toilet only

Automatic

Britz 6-Berth Frontier

Britz

6-Berth Frontier

6 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Maui Platinum River

Maui

Platinum River

6 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Mighty 6-Berth Big Six

Mighty

6-Berth Big Six

6 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Jucy Chaser

Jucy

Chaser

3 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Britz 4-Berth Discovery

Britz

4-Berth Discovery

4 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Tui 4 1 Family Trail Finder

Tui

4 1 Family Trail Finder

4 adults

Portable toilet only

Automatic

Freedom Campers Hi Top 4 1 Family Path Finder

Freedom Campers

Hi Top 4 1 Family Path Finder

4 adults 1 child

Portable toilet only

Automatic

Discover NZ 4-6 Berth Imala Deluxe

Discover NZ

4-6 Berth Imala Deluxe

4 adults 2 children

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Not all vehicles may be available. Use the search tool to check availability for your travel dates.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to stay in a caravan park?

How much does it cost to stay in a caravan park?

How long should I plan for a motorhome holiday to the South Island?

Is it better to rent a motorhome in Queenstown or in Christchurch?

Does my campervan rental come with unlimited Mileage?

Can I rent a campervan in New Zealand if I’m under 21?

How much does it cost to stay in a caravan park?

New Zealand has plenty of options for camping available. These range from privately owned holiday parks to DOC (Department of Conservation) campsites.

A stay at a holiday park will usually cost between $30-50 (NZD) per night, depending on the area. A stay at a DOC campsite can range from $5-15 per person per night.

DOC campsites can be a little more basic. However, many do have amenities available. These include toilets, showers, rubbish bins and communal kitchen facilities in some cases.

How much does it cost to stay in a caravan park?

A night at a holiday park or campsite around Queenstown will range from $15 to $25 (NZD) for a DOC (Department of Conservation) campsite and around $20–$50 for a night at a caravan park.

Some popular caravan parks near Queenstown include Queenstown Lakeview Holiday Park, Queenstown Holiday Park Creeksyde and Arrowtown Holiday Park.

How long should I plan for a motorhome holiday to the South Island?

A good idea is to plan for a minimum of 7 days. However, even a 2- or 3-week road trip around the South Island will easily be filled.

Popular attractions include Mount Cook, UNESCO-designated Fiordland National Park with Milford Sound, Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier, and the adventure capital of Queenstown.

Is it better to rent a motorhome in Queenstown or in Christchurch?

More campervan rental companies are in Christchurch. Additionally, some suppliers, although they offer Queenstown vehicle pickups/drop-offs, don’t have a Queenstown branch and will deliver the vehicle for you. This usually increases the cost of your RV rental.

Does my campervan rental come with unlimited Mileage?

Yes, unlimited kilometres (miles) are generally included for standard vehicle rentals in New Zealand. The comparison tool will show you whether your preferred vehicle has unlimited or restricted kilometres.

Can I rent a campervan in New Zealand if I’m under 21?

Most campervan rental companies in New Zealand require the driver to be 21 years of age or older to access their full range of vehicles.

Some companies will rent to drivers between 18 and 21, but only certain models may be available. In those cases, additional insurance may be required.

Enter the driver’s age into our search tool and we will filter available vehicles to match.

Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.

Brands

Popular Camper Rental Brands

Adventurer Rentals

A smaller, family-owned camper hire company with two rental options available, Adventurer Rentals (formerly Nomad Rentals) offers an older sleepervan and a newer 2-berth hi-top. Adventurer Rentals has depots in Auckland and Christchurch and offers pickup and drop-off services with its rentals.

Britz

Britz is one of the larger campervan brands, with multiple depots in different countries and a wide selection of vehicles. Britz maintains a fleet of newer vehicles, with campervans generally being less than 3 years old. Britz is part of the THL group, which also includes Maui, Mighty Campers and other international motorhome hire brands.

Discover NZ

Discover NZ is a privately owned Nelson-based motorhome hire company established in 2003 with depots on the North Island and South Island. The company has newer-model vehicles for groups of 2–6. Most are self-contained and come with some additional luxuries.

Jucy

A popular campervan hire brand operating in New Zealand, Australia and USA, Jucy offers smaller campervans (2-berth and 4-berth) and will rent to drivers over 18. While not extremely cheap, Jucy still offers reasonably attractive prices for the budget traveller.

Maui

Maui is another well-known NZ motorhome hire brand that is part of the THL group (Britz, Mighty and other international brands). Maui specialises in larger luxury motorhomes, with all its vehicles being less than 2 years old. A Maui campervan is often a good choice for larger groups and those looking for a comfortable road trip holiday.

Mighty

Mighty is another campervan hire brand that is part of the THL motorhome rental group (Britz, Maui and other international brands). Mighty Rentals has vehicles for groups from 2 to 6. Mighty's camper fleet is made up of ex Britz and Maui vehicles that are considered too old to fit the main brands. It offers quality older vehicles at a cheaper price.

Nomad

Nomad is a family-owned and operated campervan hire brand based in Clevedon, a rural part of NZ. The company has 2–5 berth vehicles available. Nomad’s vehicles are generally older and come at a budget price point.

Attractions

Popular Attractions in Queenstown

Skyline Gondola

A five-minute walk from the CBD, the Gondola affords a view from atop Bob’s Peak over the city and to several nearby mountains. Then, return downhill on the Skyline Luge in a custom cart!

Queenstown Gardens

Adjacent to the CBD, the town’s botanical gardens are a pleasantly landscaped retreat from the city bustle and provide opportunities to engage in disc golf, tennis, and lawn bowls. Douglas fir trees and roses are prominent features and in the winter, the ice arena is well appreciated.

Onsen Hot Pools

Set at the base of the Coronet Ski Field, these soaking pools are a destination for you to relax after all your adventurous pursuits. Private spring fed pools provide the chance to soak in spectacular surroundings alongside the Shotover River.

Queenstown Underwater Observatory

Located within the Main Town Pier, the observatory offers a view under the waters of Lake Wakatipu where inhabitants may include two species of trout, slinky long finned eels, and diving Scaup (Black Teal) ducks.