Useful Links

  • Camper Mate app

    Take the stress out of travelling by using CamperMate, the free New Zealand Travel app that shows you nearby locations of everything you’ll need when travelling in a campervan from petrol stations to dump stations.

    Camper Mate app
  • Camping NZ app

    Camping NZ features Offline Maps, so you can find all camping locations without being connected to the internet. With over 1500 locations you'll find a nearby campsite wherever you find yourself - a full facility holiday park or an isolated hideaway

    Camping NZ app
  • Department of Conservation Visitor Centres

    There are 19 DOC visitor centres nationwide, staffed by DOC rangers with first-hand, in-depth local knowledge about conservation places and activities and information on where and where you can't camp on public conservation land.

    Department of Conservation Visitor Centres
  • Freedom Camping Act 2011

    Freedom Camping Act
  • Holiday Parks

    Find a holiday park. They are found in the country's most beautiful locations.

    www.holidayparks.co.nz
  • Litter Law

    If you are caught littering in New Zealand you will be fined under the Litter Act. By littering, we mean everything from throwing a cigarette butt out your vehicle window to dumping bags of rubbish.

    Litter Act
  • New Zealand Camping Map

    Avoid camping fines with this NZ camping map. This map is approved by councils.

    www.rankers.co.nz
  • Self containment certification

    If you are venturing out on the road into areas where only self-contained vehicles are permitted, you’ll need a 'warrant' sticker on the front of your vehicle and a rear sticker to prove that your vehicle meets the required standards.

    Self contaiment certification
  • Visitor Information Centres

    i-SITE Visitor Centres throughout New Zealand can tell you where to camp, as well as all the best things to do, local weather, free maps, places to eat and suggested itinaries. They can also make bookings. Download the interactive map to find i-SITE Visitor Centres.

    www.newzealand.com