Camping our way

Camping our way“Freedom campers could find themselves paying an instant $200 fine if the “poo police” find them in an area where freedom camping has been banned – or even if they are preparing to camp there.” (source NZHerald.co.nz)

Not to worry when you hire with us, all our Motorhomes are fully certified Self Contained!

New Zealand is a beautiful country. Help keep our towns, cities, parks, beaches and native bush free from pollution and waste. Please also respect our unique flora and fauna. Be active and get involved in caring for the environment. It is everyone’s responsibility. Please stay in Holiday Parks, Department of Conservation camping grounds or other designated areas.

Where can you camp?Fully Self ContainedNon self contained (no toilet, shower or grey water storage)
DOC CampsitesYESYES
Holiday ParksYESYES
Designated camping sites with a toiletYESYES
Designated camping sites without a toiletYESNO

If in doubt, assume nothing – always ask here:

NZ camping guide – The New Zealand camping guide:

Camping our way

 

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