Where to camp in New Zealand
Department of Conservation (DOC) sites provide facilities for budget travellers
Some locations are free and others require a small fee of around $1 - $10 per night.
Please take extra care and be eco-friendly.
Other places you can stay:
We provide free maps and guides available on where to stay in New Zealand.
Prices range between $10.00 to $25.00 for a powered site, per adult/per night. Holiday parks have facilities, such as kitchen, showers and toilets. Most holiday parks are independently owned and belong to an association. The main associations are:
HAPNZ Holiday Parks: www.holidayparks.co.nz
Top 10 Holiday Parks: www.top10.co.nz
Kiwi Holiday Parks: www.kiwiholidayparks.com
Bed and Breakfast (B&B):
B&B’s can be a luxury homestay, farmstay, cottage, hotel or boutique inn, ranging in price from $50 to over $150 per night. View more information about B&B’s online at:
The Bed & Breakfast Book: www.bnb.co.nz
Department Of Conversation (DOC) Campsites:
DOC manages over 250 vehicle-accessible camping areas on conservation land. Prices range from free to $14 per night, depending on facilities.
Rental Car Village Campervan Auckland
12 Pavillion Drive
(only 5 minutes from Auckland Airport)
(within New Zealand)
0800 33 44 44
+64 9 255 5444