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Address:
88 Meeanee Quay, Westshore, Napier, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Westshore Holiday Park is easy-to-find camp on the northern edge of Napier. Set in immaculate and mature gardens, the recent addition of a large, grassed recreational area at the rear of the camp behind the tent terraces is a real asset. There is a flying fox, Trampoline etc. . The camp comprises 70 sites (46 with power) and some all-weather van sites. Children have an enclosed, central play area and there is a pleasant covered dining area set aside for BBQs and socialising. There is a corridor-type kitchen with dining and TV at one end, plus a good selection of kitchen equipment. Two ablution blocks with metered showers have had a spruce-up (plus there is a children_s bath). An automatic laundry is available, as is bike hire and wireless internet. The tavern across the road or adjacent take-away are handy alternatives when it_s your night to cook! Your hosts are Dennis and Brenda.

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Phone(s):

06 8359456

Last Update:

25/11/2020
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Address:
Akitio Beach Camping Ground 61 The Esplanade Road Pongaroa Akitio 4991, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The campground at Akitio is right next to the beach and rumbles with the sound of the sea. The amenities were clean and neat.

There is a small general store for the local residents and campers.

The campsite is mostly used by long-term residents, but there are powered sites available for casual visitors.

Fishing is clearly good, as there is a well-used fish cleaning area.

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Phone(s):

06 374 3450

Overseeing Body:

Tararua District Council
Address:
Anzac Park, 28 Ngamoko Rd, Norsewood, 4974,, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Well signposted and just off the highway 1 km north of Norsewood, is a lovely
little glade snuggled into a backdrop of bush. There is a rustic dining shelter,
rubbish collection, two basic flush toilets and an outside tap provided. The
water is not suitable for drinking. Do not light fires here. This is a council
facility for short-term camping. $2 per night.

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Phone(s):

06 374 4080
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Address:
43 Petane Rd, Napier, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just 8 kilometres north of Napier, turn off the main Highway onto Hill Rd,
then turn left onto Patene Road. You will find this camp ground behind the
Bay View Hotel. Great surfcasting 5 minutes away. Central to the camp
is an octagonal service block with semi covered dining area with a fully
equipped covered outdoor kitchen, BBQ, laundry and unisex ablutions and
large showers with disabled access. There is a TV lounge with wifi internet,
and dump station. An onsite bar supplies meals and refreshments. Enjoy a
pig on a spit on Sunday evenings, from 6pm, bookings preferred. All sites are
$14 per person.. Your hosts are Adrian and Trevor

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Phone(s):

06 8366064
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Address:
466 Beach Road, RD 3, Porangahau, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Beach Road Holiday Park is 45km from Waipukurau and is close to both the beach and river where swimming, surfcasting and water-skiing are popular pursuits. The grounds are level, with some gum trees for shade and plenty of permanents in residence. A mini putt course is near the office and there are BBQ and fish-cleaning facilities. The kitchen is open-plan and has TV, dining, books and easy chairs. The cooks corner has a full stove plus extra hot plates and microwaves. There is an outdoor BBQ area beneath a shade sail and a small children's playground. 5km up the road you will find a dairy in the village, a pub and a garage. You can hire kayaks and golf clubs here to explore the river or have a round of golf at the nearby course. The ablutions are roomy and have a separate disabled access suite. The laundry provides automatic machines. Your hosts are Roseanne and Don.

Pricing

Family Units $70 per/night 2 people extra person $15 per night.

Children $8 per/night Children are under 12 years of age.

Family units The double beds only are made up.

Single units $50 per/night 2 people extra person $15 per night.

Children $8 per/night Children are under 12 Years of age.

You will need to bring linen or sleeping bags for single units.

Power Sites $18 per/person per night.

Tent Sites $15 Per/person per night.

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Phone(s):

06 8555281
Email/Contact Us: beachrd@ruralkiwi.com

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-4-12 > Predator control for Wānaka area

Bookings not required - first come, first served

6 bunk beds

Overseeing Body:

Thanks to the Department of Conservation for information on this hut

Last Update:

25/05/2023
Address:
Kuripapango campsite, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

From the Cameron carpark you can walk to Kuripapaango Trig or Cameron Hut. Tramps to Kiwi Saddle, Kaweka Range, Kiwi Mouth Hut and Back Ridge are also available.

The route from the Cameron Carpark to the Cameron Hut follows the Ngaruroro River. It begins just upriver from the water gauge. As at least 30 fordings are necessary it can only be negotiated when the Ngaruroro River is not in flood.

Phone(s):

+64 6 834 3111
Email/Contact Us: napier@doc.govt.nz

Our sites are priced for 2 people:
$40 for Powered
$35 for Non- Powered
$30 for a Tent site

Additional people are $10 each and under 5 years are free.

We also have cabins available from $89.

Last Update:

7/11/2020
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Address:
495 Clifton Road, Te Awanga, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island 4180

DESCRIPTION:

Clifton Beach Reserve Motor Camp is right at the gateway to the gannet colony at Cape Kidnappers, this beachfront camp is a popular spot with fisherfolk and surf lovers. A long narrow camp spread out along the seafront, where you can park up and enjoy the spectacular sea vistas. Situated at the roadend, entry is a barrier arm and there is a casual parking fee for daytrippers. With 155 mainly powered sites, and many permanent setups. There is an extension camp on the road before the office to cater for the busy season. The large kitchens have two stoves plus hotplates. Two blocks of ablutions offer free showers (hot water is turned off during the day in busy season). The automatic laundry equipment is plentiful. A dump station, outdoor showers, plenty of taps and rubbish bins are provided. The on-site shop has basic supplies and almost opposite is a very popular cafe, restaurant and bar. Book for Labour Weekend, Easter time or Christmas.

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Phone(s):

06 875 0263 or (027) 556 6757
Website:
Email/Contact Us: cliftoncamp@xtra.co.nz
Address:
Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A short distance from SHwy 5, on the road to Taupo and right opposite the Hawkes Bay Mountain Bike Park, this rambling family park offers sheltered campsites in the heart of grape-growing country. It_s bordered by the Esk River that offers safe swimming with unrestricted river access. There are trout and eels, so it_s good for fishing. Shady trees are plentiful and the kids can ride their bikes. The country-style camping attracts some long-term occupants but there are roomy sites for motorhomes and large vehicles. A modest park with a children_s playground. The basic clean kitchen has hotplate cooking, microwave and fridge/freezers. There are 2 ablution blocks. There are two spruce up ablution blocks. They offer free showers and a separate disabled access unit. An automatic laundry and coin phone are provided. Your hosts are Dan & Ashlee hope to have a dump point before this book is printed. All sites are from $15 per adult and $8 per child under 15yrs. Seasonal rates apply. No eftpos is available. Please bring cash or cheque.

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Phone(s):

06 8366864
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No. of tent sites:

20
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Address:
Mohaka River, Kaweka Forest Park, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Everetts Campsite, Mohaka River  Camp in a big grassy area beside a pine plantation and the Mohaka River. Fish, swim, canoe or try white water rafting. Access is via foot or bike.

Number of tent sites - 20 (unpowered)

Bookings

Bookings not required - first come, first served

Fees

Free

Phone(s):

06 834 3111
Email/Contact Us: napier@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

20

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-4-12 > Closed due to severe weather events

Overseeing Body:

Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only.

Last Update:

5/5/2023
Address:
Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island
Napier, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island
Napier Port, Napier, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A basic campsite in the Hawke's Bay area. Fish, swim, canoe or raft in the river.

Phone(s):

+64 6 834 3111
Email/Contact Us: napier@doc.govt.nz
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Address:
610 Windsor Avenue, Hastings, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Hastings Top 10 Holiday Park is a charming, well-kept park adjacent to the Splash Planet water theme park and scenic Windsor Park. The grounds have a lovely, meandering stream with a duckpond, and the entire site has mature shady trees. The central amenities block is a feature, with a decked walkway around a garden. A smart TV lounge and dining hall are linked by a breezeway to the main kitchen. Cooking and sink areas are separate and there are banks of cold lockers available. You can cook indoors on gas rings and microwaves or outdoors in the adjoining BBQ garden which is nicely landscaped under a shade sail. There is a beautiful swimming pool on site (heated in Winter), private spa pools for hire and a tennis/basketball court. There are two practical ablution blocks with all the extras, plus further toilets spaced across the site. Disabled access facilities are provided. A superb all-purpose laundry has a children's bath. Choose from 120 powered sites that have their own sump, tap and rubbish bin, or a range of non-powered sites. A dump point is provided.
Stay in touch with the world via on-site public pay phone, a wireless hotspot
and internet kiosks. Pets are okay by arrangement only. All sites from $20 per person. Seasonal rates apply


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Phone(s):

(06) 878 6692
Email/Contact Us: info@hastingstop10.co.nz
Address:
Herbertville Campground 15 Seaview Rd Herbertville 4970 New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

68km east of Dannevirke (or about the same distance from Waipukurau) is wide open space camping with some hedges and trees to shelter the sites. The campground caters for all campers. All ammenties are available -fully equiped kitchen and clean bathrooms along with a family paraplegeic bathroom. Fully equiped laundry with washers ($2) and dryer ($2). Showers 50 cents The beach is within walking distance. Boats can be launched, surf casting on the beach and children can fish off the bridge. Cape Turnagain has a seal colony and is an easy 45 minutes walk away. There are tennis courts at Wimbledon and a 9-hole golf course is next to the camp. Powered Sites $35 for 1 or 2 people per night , extra person $15, Non Powered $15 per person per night. Under 15 years on any site $10, No charge for under 4 years Your hosts are Robbie & Rozanne Jensen . Eftpos available.. It is advisable to shop at a supermarket if coming for a few days, also fill up with petrol as that is unavailable out here.

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Phone(s):

06 3743446
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Overseeing Body:

Gisborne District Council
Address:
C/- Gisborne District Council, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Kaiaua Beach is 60km from Gisborne. The beach is 6km from the state highway turn-off.
Excellent beach for fishing and swimming.

 

Freedom camping

Freedom camping is only allowed outside of the daylight saving period - between Easter weekend to the start of daylight savings. See the freedom camping information

Camping is allowed only within the designated camping area.

Maximum stay is 3 nights over any 30 day period.

Please take your waste to the disposal points.

For more information read the Freedom Camping Bylaw

Phone(s):

06 8672049
Website:
Address:
Kairakau Beach Road, Kairakau, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Fully certified ‘self contained’ motor homes ONLY are permitted to stay overnight for not more than three consecutive nights, on the area of grass at the northern end of Kairakau Beach Road (past the new public toilet). The area allowed to be used is clearly signposted. Any other form of camping on any other ‘Council’ land at Kairakau Beach is NOT ALLOWED.

Phone(s):

06 8584181
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Address:
11 Storkey St, Marewa, Napier, 4110, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This extensive holiday resort, set in 17 well-groomed acres, is easy to find, right in the heart of Napier. A huge array of family-friendly features include a childrens holiday programme, awesome play area with jumping pillow and fenced, heated swimming pool, pedal car hire and a suite of recreational
lounges providing giant-screen Sky TV, video arcade games, internet kiosks
and free wireless hotspot. There are 169 camp sites, most with power. The
pleasant grounds feature shady trees, outdoor lighting and hedges between
grouped sites. The kitchen has gas cooking, full stoves and microwaves and
a free BBQ. There is a fridge/freezer and a walk-in coolroom outside. The
camp is well provided with modern ablutions (that include disabled access),
all maintained in top order. Enjoy the a-la-carte menu in the on-site licensed
restaurant or let the cook have a night off with a takeaway meal. Three
laundries have excellent automatic equipment. No pets please. The offce is
open all hours. The manager is David Aflallo. Sites are from $48 for 2 adults.
Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

Freephone (NZ only) 0800 457275 or +64 6 843 9126
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@kennedypark.co.nz

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-4-12 > Maintenance on Comet Rd and Kuripapango (Ox Bow) campground rd > Potholes on the access road into Kuripapango (Ox Bow) Campsite

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
Kaweka Forest Park, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:


Ideally placed for a midway stopover, about 60 km inland from Napier on
the Napier-Taihape road, is a newly opened DOC campsite. Just north of
Kiripapango, at the edge of the Forest Park, you can camp on a rambling site
on terraces above the Ngaruroro River. Camp across several grassy levels
in a bush-clad, steep-sided valley. Around 10 gravel hardstands are provided
on the upper terraces for campervans (no power), whilst on the lower levels
there are many great spots for tents amongst the bush and scrub. New ecotoilets are scattered about the camp and theres a bit of a steep walk down
to the river for your water supply! A popular spot for river rafting and fshing.
Camping costs $5 per night.

Phone(s):

06 834 3111
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Address:
6249 Lake Road, SH38 Lake Waikaremoana, Te Urewera., Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Follow the Rainforest Route (SH38) from Rotorua or Wairoa to Waikaremoana Holiday Park, situated in a beautiful and tranquil bay on the shores of Lake Waikaremoana, the spiritual home of Nai Tuhoe. Great place to base yourself to explore all Te Urewera and Waikaremoana has to offer from short walks, waterfalls, stunning views, bird watching, trout fishing, swimming, kayaking, boating or just relax and soak up the scenery. Camp lakeside with views across the lake to the lush backdrop of native bush There is a well stocked General Store on site with snacks, groceries, petrol & diesel, fishing licences, fishing gear, visitor information and more. Large communal kitchen divided into bays with a stove, hotplates, microwaves, large fridges and freezers. There is an adjoining dining area with great lake views and alfresco dining. Newly refurbished main ablution block including disabled access facilities and other toilet blocks conveniently located around the park. Also available is the automated laundry, card phone, dumps stations, overnight public car park, boat jetty and fish cleaning station. Barbeques are available to hire. Bikes are welcome. No pets are allowed in the Holiday Park or Te Urewera. Tent sites from $15 and powered sites from $18 per adult.

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Phone(s):

06 8373826

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

26/02/2022
Address:
Te Urewera National Park. Department of Conservation: Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The Lake Waikaremoana track (located in the south-west corner of the 212,673 hectare Te Urewera National Park) is a 46 kilometre 3 to 4 day tramping track which follows the shore of the lake for most of its length. It is one of a network of great walks managed by DOC throughout New Zealand. Before you go you must book huts and campsites for everyone who is intending to do the walk. This includes those children and young people under 18 years who do not have to pay fees. Find out about fees and bookings. The walk traverses a range of terrain with many types of vegetation from the montane beech forest of the Panekire Bluffs to dense rainforest. Podocarp mixed broadleaf forest is dominant in many areas. Bird life in the area is abundant. A moderate tramp, with magnificent scenery and plenty of opportunity for swimming and fishing ensure the walk is well used throughout the year.

Phone(s):

06 837 3803

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-4-12 > Access road accessible by 4WD only

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
Lawrence Road, Kaweka Forest Park. Department of Conservation: Hawkes Bay Visitor Centre, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Around 1.5 hours drive west of Napier, is a pleasant basic campsite surrounded
by pine trees. Facilities include toilets, BBQ area and cooking shelter, with
water supply from the stream. Please note: logging trucks use the road, so
drive slowly and keep left.

Phone(s):

06 834 3111
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Address:
Mahia Beach Motels & Holiday Park 43 Moana Drive, Mahia, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This holiday park is located between Gisborne & Warioa on the sunny Mahia Peninsula. There are beds for every budget - fully self-contained sea-view motel, ground floor motels, cabins, kitchen cabins tent and powered sites are also available.  Ample on-site parking catering to all size tents, campervans, trucks, trailers and boats.

There is world class surfing, safe family swimming fantastic fishing, surf-casting, boogie boarding, golf course and scenic walking tracks, rocket lab launches.

Also there is a great on site Café- The beach café.

Phone(s):

06 837 5830
Website:

Last Update:

14/1/2024
Address:
862 Matamau-Ormondville Road, Makotuku, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Makotuku is situated between Dannevirke and Ormondville 19 kms and 7kms respectively.
The Domain is a large tree lined area with large oaks, the grandstand has great history, being the only domain grandstand left in the Tararua district.
Temporarily for Self contained vehicles only, pet friendly with powered and unpowered sites
Fees: $15.00 for powered site, $10 for unpowered

Contacts:

Lyle 027 590 1453
Helen 021 215 3833
John 027 328 7992

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Phone(s):

Lyle 027 590 1453
Email/Contact Us: makotukudomain@gmail.com

No. of tent sites:

45

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.

Access to Campsite:

Car

Fees:

Free!!

Overseeing Body:

Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No Dogs

Last Update:

24/07/2023
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Address:
Mangatutu Hot Springs, Kaweka Forest Park, Hawke's Bay, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Mangatutu Hot Springs is a popular camping, picnic and fishing spot, and a starting point for tramping, hunting or day walks up the Mohaka River and further into the Kaweka Forest Park. There are barbecues, picnic tables and toilets located in secluded clearings among the manuka surrounds, and there are access tracks descending to the Mohaka River. The main feature here is the thermal springs. Thermal water issues from a deep, undercut, steaming hole on the top terrace. The water trickles down a riverside bluff and after a short way is channeled into two pools.

Bookings not required - first come, first served.

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Phone(s):

06 834 3111
Email/Contact Us: napier@doc.govt.nz
Address:
6522 Matawai Rd, Matawai, Gisborne, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island 4075

DESCRIPTION:

On SHwy 2, halfway between Gisborne and Opotiki, youll find a pleasant
campsite in the heart of the tiny town of Matawai. Look carefully for the
grassy camp area opposite the public toilets. An ideal stopover spot, there is
plenty of all-weather parking and turning space for large vehicles, boaties and
horse floats in the sealed yard beside the camp. The camping area enjoys
lovely rural views and has trees on the perimeter and a creek at the rear. The
smart amenities include a small homely kitchen with stove, fridge and rustic
built-in timber table and seats, plus a couch and a covered verandah. Across
the road are a country pub, squash and tennis courts. Explore the Waioeka
Gorge from here or take the old narrow coach road (Motu Road) to Opotiki.
Trout fishing and mountain biking are also popular activities in this area. Your
friendly hosts, ask you to book in advance. Tent sites are $15 per
person. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

06 862 4830
Website:

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-4-12 > Te Urewera alerts

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No Dogs

Last Update:

24/02/2022
Address:
Waikaremoana Road, Te Urewera, Hawke's Bay, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent sites - 40 Between native bush and the lake, this large grassy site is perfect for a range of activities. 1.5 km from Mokau Falls

Phone(s):

+64 6 837 3803 (Te Urewera Visitor Centre)
Website:
Email/Contact Us: teureweravc@ngaituhoe.iwi.nz
Address:
Morere Hot Springs, SH 2, Nuhaka, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This campsite is now closed.

A small, sheltered riverside campground between Wairoa and Gisborne on the
main coast road. Camp amongst the trees in a delightful landscaped, garden
setting, with room for 19 tents. There are no powered sites. The tearooms
are alongside and meals are available until 8pm (in summer). Across the road
are the Morere Hot Springs, with hot mineral pools and a scenic reserve. The
cosy, split-level camp kitchen is well-appointed, with small appliances, microwave
and fridge or use the outdoor BBQ area. Compact toilet and shower facilities
are available along with a small laundry. Enjoy a game of petanque on the
court beside the café garden. Wendy Swan and Trevor Steed will give you a
warm welcome. All sites are from $18 per person.

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Phone(s):

06 8378792
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Address:
10 Gill Road, Bayview, Napier, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Napier Beach Kiwi Holiday Park & Motels is thoughtful landscaping and decorative touches give this beachfront camp a welcoming appearance. Cross the railway line (not in use) and drop into a true seaside environment with pohutakawa trees, sea breezes and the roar of the waves. There are 120 sites, spread across several levels. 60 have power and some enjoy lovely panoramic ocean views from where you can sight the occasional dolphin pod. On the sheltered lower level there are a kids play area, plenty of picnic tables and free-range rabbits! Only 2 km to Bay View shops. You can cook up a storm in the kitchen with hot plate and microwave facilities and pleasant outdoor dining on a BBQ terrace under shade sails with use of a free BBQ. There are new toilet/shower rooms and the central ablutions have a disabled access/family suite. The laundry has excellent automatic equipment and a dump point is provided. Bikes are available for hire, and there is an onsite caf_ open 7 days a week. Your hosts are Jerome and Jacqueline. All sites are from $15 to $27 per person. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

0800 287275
Address:
Ocean 87, 87 Ocean Beach Rd, Ocean Beach, Hawke's Bay, 4294, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Laid back campsite which is sheltered and close to the sea. Individual camping and motorhome hedged areas. Clean toilets and shower with washing up area, BBQ and free washing machine. Wifi is available.

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Phone(s):

06 8747894
Website:

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-3-28 > Te Urewera alerts

Overseeing Body:

All information courtesy of the Department of Conservation.

Last Update:

12/02/2022
Address:
Te Kura Whenua 6249 Lake Road/SH38 Waikaremoana 4195 Te Urewera, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent sites - 10.  Camp in a remote setting north of Te Taita O Makora campsite, and go hunting, walking or fishing.

Phone(s):

+64 6 837 3803

Overseeing Body:

Gisborne District Council

Dog Policy:

Your dog is allowed at your camp site, but for the safety of other campers they must be under your control.

Last Update:

26/04/2022
Address:
36 Gladstone Road, Gisborne, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Pouawa Beach is located approximately 18km from Gisborne city. There is good swimming, fishing and diving.

Another camping area runs about 2km along the seafront under similar conditions to Waihau Beach. You can camp among the undulating sand dunes. Bring everything, including a chemical toilet. Very popular and busy in summer.

This is a restricted seasonal camping area, permit required.

Due to bad weather at the end of Match 2022, this camp is currently closed. If you wish to travel to this camp, contact the Gisbourne District Council to check the camp is open. Phone us (+64 06) 867 2049 or freephone 0800 653 800 any time, day or night - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Phone(s):

06 8672049
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Address:
Harker Street, Waipawa,, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Relaxed camping, as it used to be, on the banks of the Waipawa River. From SHwy 2, turn into Victoria Street and then Harker Street and drive to the end where you will find a quiet 6.5 acre park with a tranquil country setting and just a short walk from the town shops and services. The kids will appreciate the nearby skatepark, tennis courts and pool; along with the small on-site play area and nearby river swimming. The grounds have picnic tables with a large, shady grassed area for tents and 52 powered sites. The simple kitchen has space to linger and watch TV while you enjoy a meal. Showers are limited, but roomy. There are automatic washers and a dryer in the laundry. Friendly camping with your hosts, Paddy, Tess and Livi. Power sites and non powered sites all $15 per person. Kids 12 years and under are half price and 2 years and under are free.

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Phone(s):

06 8578976
Website:

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-3-28 > Te Urewera alerts

6 non-powered/tent sites.

Bookings not required - first come, first served.

Seasonal restrictions Fires are permitted if there is no regional fire ban in place. Check for fire bans on the Fire Emergency New Zealand Authority website.

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
Te Urewera National Park. Department of Conservation: Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The first Lake Waikaremaona campsite you hit driving from the Wairoa road end, it is 10 km south of the Waikaremoana Visitor Centre. A basic self registration campsite, it has been closed in the past due to an aquatic weed
infestation. Check with the Visitor Centre for its current status before camping here. This lakeside campsite offers toilets and a boat ramp and has room for about 6 tents. Water is available from the stream. Camping is free at this site.

Phone(s):

06 837 3803
Email/Contact Us: teureweravc@ngaituhoe.iwi.nz
To Book:

Last Update:

14/06/2021
Address:
20 Main Road, Makaraka, Gisborne., Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This camp is part of the Gisborne Showgrounds on the southern approach to the city. Situated next to an 18-hole golf course, on 40 hectares of rural tranquillity, the 50 powered sites are large with ample room for even the largest motorhomes (dump station provided). The modern amenities block is kept spic and span. The kitchen has drink vending machines, electric and gas cooking, fridges and microwaves. Relax next door in the large dining area and lounge with TVs. Smart, modern, coin-operated showers, toilet and laundry are provided with facilities for disabled access. The camp is five minutes from Gisborne City and the beaches. Peak season rates apply.

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Phone(s):

06 868 6084 or NZ 0800 002 369
Website:
Email/Contact Us: camp@gisborneshow.co.nz

We have a range of affordable Gisborne beach accommodation options including sheltered campsites and log cabins,

Address:
516 Whangara Rd, Pouawa, Makarori, Gisborne, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island 4073

DESCRIPTION:

This beachfront camp is 14km north from the town clock in Gisborne, set between the highway and the sea. There are big shady trees scattered throughout the camp which covers 3.8ha and has an emphasis on catering for campers who are into their surfing, diving and fishing. Enjoy spectacular, uninterrupted ocean views from gently sloping grassy sites - matched with a handy boat ramp. There are tidy ablutions (including disabled access) with a laundry annex. The kitchen has all the necessary equipment including, BBQ, gas cooking and fridge freezers. There is unlimited free wifi available, but no cellphone coverage.
Recycling is encouraged and pets are welcomed by arrangement. Sites
are from $15 per person or $18 with power. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

06-868 3269
Website:
Email/Contact Us: sharon@oystercapital.co.nz
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Address:
52 Kuku Street, Te Awanga, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Excellent location near beach front. Very friendly manager and helpful. There is a kitchen and BBQ if you need it. Toilet block with showers. Powered sites as well as tent sites. Great views.  Fishing ramp nearby.

Reservations essential November to April.

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Phone(s):

06 875 0334

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-3-28 > Te Urewera alerts

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
2388 Matahi Valley Road, Waimana Valley, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent sites - 60 Once a dairy farm, this campsite is in the north of the park by Waimana river. There are numerous walks into the spectacular forest nearby.

Phone(s):

07 8373803
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Address:
10 Riverpoint Road (Off SHwy 2), Matawhero, Gisborne, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Great for backbackers, excellent vibe and friendly people.

Great campground, a must crash in for everybody considering themselves a backpacker or traveler. Awesome people free WiFi.

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Phone(s):

06 8674733
Address:
Tiniroto Road, PO Box 1, Tiniroto, Gisborne, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

49 km south of Gisborne on the inl and Tiniroto Road to Wairoa youll find the
back-country life-style in a relaxed campground annexed to the community
hall. Look for the white-painted hall building just north of the Tiniroto Tavern.
The camp is in a peaceful area with level grounds amongst shady trees and
cow pats. Choose from sunny or shady spots with magnificent views. There are unlimited tent sites and 16 with power. The Community Centre building
offers a clean kitchen, ablutions and laundry facilities are available at the tavern.
A great childrens play area and a BBQ can be enjoyed and nearby the school
tennis courts and swimming pool may be used by arrangement. There are
swimming holes and waterfalls in the Ruakituri River. For those no cooking
nights the Tiniroto Tavern is a good choice, with full meals, takeaways and a bar.
Obtain the camp key from Colin Campbell at the Tavern. Powered sites $10,
tents $6 per person.

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Phone(s):

06 8637019
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Address:
167 Wharf Road, Tolaga Bay, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Tolaga Bay is an interesting area, steeped in history. The huge wharf beside
the camp was built in the 1920s and is said to be the longest concrete pier in
the southern hemisphere. Just south of the township, the camp has great sea
views and spectacular limestone bluffs. A big camp, it has 50 powered sites
and 100 tent sites spread across open grounds, a few shady sites can be found
around the perimeter. A mini-shop is open from December to the end of
February. The facilities are bright, clean and well maintained. There are two
separate ablution blocks providing great showers complete with piped music!
There is also a disabled access suite. The kitchen is clean with a ranchslider
leading to outside dining and BBQ area. There is an automatic laundry and
childrens playground. No pets here please. The car & boat wash and dump
point are for campers only. Your hosts are Mike and Trina Brooker. A tent site
costs $16 per person and a powered site, $18. per person with children aged
3 to 13 years costing $10.

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Phone(s):

06 8626716

Overseeing Body:

Gisborne District Council
Address:
39 Gladstone Road, Gisborne, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Turihaua Beach is located approximately 16km from Gisborne city. The camping area is either side of the bridge. Good swimming and fishing.

Summer camping at Turihaua Beach is for a limited period only - from 26 December to 1 February.
Permit and fee required

No overnight camping allowed between 2 February to 25 December.

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Phone(s):

06 8672049
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Address:
280 Grey Street, Gisborne, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A smart, holiday complex with direct access to the beautiful Waikanae Beach
and just a few minutes stroll to Gisborne shops. This is a large camp with
133 powered sites. It can be intensely camped at times. Sites are level, with
some enjoying a shady aspect. The grounds are securely fenced and hedged
around the perimeter. There are open spaces for volleyball and an electric
BBQ area is a popular get-together spot. The amenities blocks function
well, with plentiful hot water and vanity areas in the ablutions. The large kitchen and laundry are well-equipped with appliances (bring own pots) Hire
a racquet and enjoy a game of tennis on the seaside courts with spectacular
views across to the white cliffs of Young Nicks Head or hire some wheels and
bike around the waterfront. Theres a kids play area, TV/games room too and
holiday entertainment may be offered in the summer. No pets please. A
dump station is provided. All sites are powered, from $18 to $25 per person.
Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

06 8675634
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Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-3-28 > Waikari River Mouth Campsite boat ramp damage

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
Waikare River, Te Urewera, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Waikare Road, Putorino. Department of Conservation (06) 834-3111
Turn off SHwy 2 at Putorino into Waikare Road, and then travel for 20 minutes
on an unsealed road along the south bank of the Waikare River. At the road
end you will fnd a level, open site for basic camping that can accommodate 4
tent sites. Its ten minutes walk to the beach for fshing, swimming and boating
(including boat ramp). Facilities here are toilets, picnic tables and water from
a tap (that must be boiled before drinking)

Phone(s):

06 834 3111
Website:

Last Update:

16/07/2020
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Address:
30 Harper Road, Waimarama, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The sealed road to Waimarama winds through rural hill country, 30 minutes drive from Havelock North. This large, flat, seaside camp has 30 caravan sites and 18 powered tent sites available, with the adjoining paddock used in peak periods. It is safe for children with one gate in and out. The golden, sandy beach is surf patrolled during the summer. From the camp it is a two minute walk to the domain and beach. The small and well-loved kitchen has gas cookers, microwave and fridge. The ablutions consist of two toilets and two coin operated showers (one with a shub/bath) each for men and women, plus a disabled access toilet. There is a small play area for toddlers. Three gas BBQs are available in an under-cover dining area. Your hosts are Karen and Ed who can be found at 15 Harper Street when the office is closed. Powered sites are $25 and un-powered $20 for adults, children (under 13) are half price and under 5s free.

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Phone(s):

(06) 874 6049

3 x Self-contained family units, sleeps, 5 to 6, $90 to $126 for 2 people. 3 x Kitchen family cabins with toilet, sleeps 6, $85 to $115 for 2 people. Standard cabin, sleeps 2-4, $50 to $72 for 2 people. Extra adults are $15 to $23 and children $6 to $11 per night. Seasonal rates apply.

Address:
498 Waipatiki Road, Tangoio, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a well signposted camp, 35 km north of Napier. Take the Tongoio Road loop from the Napier end and you'll find the road sealed all the way to the farm gate. The camp is set on a low plateau overlooking the bay and lagoon with bush-clad hills behind. The attractive golden sandy beach, is fairly sheltered, safe for swimming, has good fishing and is directly accessed from the camp. The lagoon is popular for small children. There are 16 power sites with taps and sumps around the grounds and plenty of room for tents. The kitchen provides 2 large freezers, a bait freezer and 2 glass door fridges, hotplates, an oven for cooking and small appliances. The bright ablutions include a disabled access/family suite and gas showers $1.00 for a six-minute shower. An automatic laundry and a dump point are provided. There is also a good sized dining/lounge area and a covered BBQ pagoda with seating and superb sea views. A kids play area is on site and bikes are welcome or head into one of the great bush walks. Bring supplies with you, as only basic items can be bought at the camp. Wireless internet is available. Please do not bring your dog. Your friendly hosts are Shane, Fay and family. The camp is hired out for weddings Mid-February to Mid-December. All sites are from $15 to $26 per adult (seasonal rates apply, site minimum during peak season). Eftpos available.

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Phone(s):

06 836 6075
Website:
Email/Contact Us: camp@waipatikibeach.co.nz
Address:
36 Gladstone Road, Gisborne, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

(a) Off SH43 near Te Puia Springs, follow signs to Waipiro Bay. On the beachfront below the marae and historic church, is a flat grassy freedom camping area beside beautiful sandy safe beach. There are toilets (for day visitors) and shady Norfolk pines. (b) From Waipiro Bay township, follow McIlroy Road 1km to the beach for freedom camping on flat grassy sites beside the beach. Good fishing. Chemical waste disposal provided.

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Phone(s):

06 8672049
Website:
Email/Contact Us: csgis@gdc.govt.nz
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Address:
20 River Terrace Waipukurau 4200 New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a newly refurbished camp where the entire interior of every building
on site has had a full makeover. You can fnd it just off SHwy 2, below the
bridge on the northern edge of Waipukurau. The somewhat-bare but level
grounds have some shade trees and the Tukituki River is just over the bank
for fshing and swimming. Only a short walk from the township means you
can easily stock up or have a meal out. Across the road is the towns heated,
indoor swimming pool. The camp has wireless internet available. A sparkly
new kitchen has cooking by microwave or hot plates and a fridge. Each
sink has its own set of knives and chopping boards and there is a good new
stock of cooking utensils, pots and pans. There is a dining alcove with TV and couch and infomation on the area, plus there will be alfresco dining with a covered area and gas BBQ by this summer. A new kids playground is on the agenda also. The toilet/shower blocks have been completely renovated and are spotless. A dump point is provided. Theres plenty of room for tenting and 26 sites have power. Your hosts are Ray & Adrienne who will look after you. All tent sites are from $20 person.

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Phone(s):

(06) 858 8184 or Free phone (NZ only) 0800 999 992
Website:
Email/Contact Us: wpkhp@xtra.co.nz

Last Update:

11/02/2021
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Address:
19 Marine Parade, Wairoa, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Wairoa is a pleasant riverside town within the sunshine belt of Hawke_s Bay. This delightful camp is tucked back from the road on level grounds beside the river and with a boat ramp nearby. Adjacent to the local sports complex and heated pool, shopping and dining are within easy walking distance. There are 112 sites (40 with power and own taps) on the carefully landscaped grounds, rich with planter boxes and shady trees. Quirky touches make this a memorable camp experience from the fairy lights in the trees, the novelty BBQ in the boot of a car, to the pink gingham bench frills in the _Ladies_ (blue in the Men_s!). The superb housekeeping is appreciated! An immaculate, spacious kitchen has everything you could need (including TV). The spotlessly-clean ablutions have metered showers and plenty of vanity space. There_s a well-equipped automatic laundry with washbasket and ironing facilities, a dump point and internet kiosks in the _playhouse_ by the office. You can be sure a warm welcome awaits you and your pets, from your hosts Sharron and Bill.

Phone(s):

06 838 6301
Website:
Email/Contact Us: riversidewairoa@gmail.com
Address:
800 River Rd, Waiwhare, Hawkes Bay, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Waiwhenua Farmstay situated on the banks of the Tutaekuri River less than an hours drive west of Napier and Hastings. A short wind down through the farm and bush to the secluded river section with plenty of shade and shelter from the wind, right on the banks of the river. Limited freedom sites are also available for the casual overnight visitor. RV and car access is limited to the summer dry season however 4WD or AWD are recommended. The amenities include cold water taps, cold, or hot solar showers, gas camp cooking facilities, firewood, fire pits, long drop toilets, and bedding packs, plus a herb garden are available. You can hire, small tents, gazebos, and an outdoor bush bath. The full site can be booked for events and celebrations. To avoid disappointment bookings are recommended as sites are limited. Kirsty and Gary are your hosts. Toilets and shower only $15 per night two guests Additional guests $5 per night. Full use of facilities $80 per site, maximum stay 1 week for two guests. Additional guests $5 per night or full use of facilities $30 per site per night for two guests. Additional guests $5 per night.

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Phone(s):

027 479 4094
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