Set in landscaped grounds, 4 minutes' drive or 15 minutes' walk from the centre of Queenstown and 6 minutes' drive from Skycity Queenstown Casino, Qbox offers single-sized beds in dormitory style cabins. Free WiFi is provided. Each cabin has heating, a seating area and a patio with garden views. Access to a shared bathroom and shared TV area is included. Guests can use the on-site BBQ facilities available. Skyline Gondola Base and AJ Hackett Bungy are both 4 minutes' drive from QBOX. The nearest airport is Queenstown Airport, 16 minutes' drive from the property.
On the inland route from Haast is this cafe with a camervan park at the
rear. With hedges all around there are ten powered sites on hard stands, four of which are extra-large for oversize vans or caravans. The small basic kitchen has the bare necessities, but enough to get by with, a small seating area, and BBQ area. The modern unisex ablution suites are disability friendly and all facilities were clean and tidy. In the laundry is a washer and dryer, and a public phone is available. In addition to the cafe you can buy a drink at the bar, refuel, fish, tramp or take a helicopter flight. Credit card and eftpos available, and your hosts are David and Sue Howe. Power sites $32 for two adults. Tent sites $12 per person. Family prices available.
We have standard and deluxe cabins, ensuite units, 2 bedroom motel units.
This is a beautifully laid out camp in the heart of Te Anau, walking distance
from the shopping centre. With a child proof fence enclosing the grounds,
and a kangaroo jumper, it is a safe and fun place for families to bring their
children. There is a luxurious lounge with a mammoth TV plus computers
for internet access. The kitchen has all necessary facilities, but no pots/pans/
cutlery etc. The dining area has circular wooden tables that look out over
the children’s playground. The ablution blocks are spotless with auto sensor
heating and a unisex disability unit, while the laundry is fully automated.
Throughout the camp the lighting is auto sensing so no searching for those
elusive light switches! The landscaped sites have been developed amongst
the trees and hard sites are also available. Your hosts are Bradley & Anna
Molloy. There are 76 tent sites and power sites from $19 per adult. Children
aged three to 14 years are $12, and children under three years are free.
Environmental camping in a woodland atmosphere, surrounded by beech trees alive with birds and forest tracks lead down to the lake. This small but quirky campground has vintage amenities including a kitchen with various appliances and all utensils, and a new carpeted lounge is a great meeting point for people staying, with books and games to use. The small, clean shower block is separate from the basic toilets which are on the lower level, in the laundry you will find automatic washers and driers. Twelve power sites are provided, plus room for tents and you may book here for activities available in the area. There is free wifi and your host is Lee. Power sites are $37 for two, and unpowered are $32 for two adults.
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We have cosy two bedroom historic cabins with coal ranges (wood stoves), that will sleep up to six people. Backpackers prices available. Campsites are in private hideaways so plenty of privacy, and is owned by The Hollyford Museum Charitable Trust. The management teams are AJ and Sandra, or Debbie and Mark. There is no phone here due to its remote location so make your bookings by email.
'The home of legends, tall stories and laughter.' A page out of history, set on the banks of a glacial stream at the bottom of the hill before the Homer Tunnel, turn at the Lake Marion/Hollyford track corner. There are no power sites as the only electricity is from a generator, only turned on in the evening so you can charge your camera batteries. A new recreation building is ready and houses a kitchen, ablutions and lounge, this facility has disability access. There is a fridge available in the kitchen/dining area, well actually the fridge is masquerading as a freezer, as there is only enough electricity to run it as a fridge! The camp store has food, a selection of Bowenite Greenstone, NZ books and souvenirs for sale, there is a petrol pump too. This is a great base for hunting, fishing and tramping with many day walks for the family, and the Hollyford and Routeburn tracks are close by. Check out New Zealand_s silver beech tree with the largest girth, or pay a visit the Humboldt waterfall, and in the evening see the glow-worms. Spend some time in the museum and wonder at the difficulties encountered building the Milford Road and Homer Tunnel and see the origins of this unique camp. Campsites are in private hideaways so plenty of privacy, and is owned by The Hollyford Museum Charitable Trust. The management teams are AJ and Sandra, or Debbie and Mark. Primary aged children are $6 and under 5 years are free. There is no phone here due to its remote location so make your bookings by email.
Near the southern tip of Lake Wakatipu, this holiday park is full of mature trees and has a bubbly stream running through it. An ideal stopover between Queenstown/Wanaka and Milford Sound many of the sites have hard pads, and the tent sites are on well drained land. There is a small kitchen with ceramic cook-tops and a small dining room attached. You will find a TV, free videos, books and games in the TV room, and there is a separate room for internet. The ablutions have free showers and heating, there is a laundry and a guest BBQ. The park next door has tennis courts, and there is a café, local pub, and fish and chip shop within strolling distance. If you have any energy left, borrow the complimentary set of golf clubs and try the 9-hole golf course, or hire a bike. You can fish in the lake and there are several tracks nearby, including the round the mountain track which ends/starts in Kingston.
There are not many camps with a Morris Minor graveyard at the centre! A
quirky camp in a peaceful setting, overlooking Lake Manapouri. There are
plenty of sheltered, private camp sites amongst the trees on which to pitch your tent or park your van, the sites in front have fabulous lake and mountain views. A homely central kitchen and dining area is well lit with big windows and a skylight, and there are a handy collection of utensils, pots and pans. The laundry has coin operated washers and clothes dryers, an ironing board and iron. The games room is full of pin ball machines and other electronic games are available for your entertainment. There is a classic old style childrens’ playground, and bookings for Fiordland trips and cruises can be made at the office. The camp is a departure point for Doubtful Sound cruises and there is a free pick up from the doorstep. Your lovely host is Joelle Nicholson, assisted by her two sons. Unpowered sites from $18 per adult, power sites $38 for two people.
A little Backpacker Oasis in the heart of Queenstown!
Everything at our Backpacker Lodge has been designed with the discerning traveller in mind, from
the flat-screen TV's in the common areas and private rooms, to the custom designed wooden bunks
with privacy curtains. Our private rooms have hotel standard beds & fluffy pillows. Our lounge has an
extensive DVD library & our two kitchens have free herbs, spices, tea and coffee. We also provide
every guest with free unlimited Wi-Fi for the duration of their stay, naturally!
Whilst we are spread over 3 levels, we are a small Backpackers for fewer than 50 people. This means
that there is more space for you to relax, meet like-minded travelers and plan your adventures in
Queenstown. Our experienced staff are on hand to help with ideas and bookings - just come and
have a chat!
The cherry on top is our location. Haka Lodge is in the center of Queenstown, yet on a quiet one-way
residential street. This means easy access to the town's many activities but also the reassurance of
a peaceful and safe night's sleep in your van. Surrounded by New Zealand's best day nature walks,
mountain climbs and over night tramps you won’t be without an activities for every day you stay.
Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.
Camp on the shore of Lake Wakatipu at this boat or mountain bike accessible campsite.
Bookings not required - first come, first served.
Fires permitted in designated fire places and only if there is no fire ban. Check rules and fire bans before you light.
Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
Child (5–17 years): $7.50 per night
Infant (0–4 years): free
Pay at the time of booking.
The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.
Campsite Pass bookings must be booked online before occupying a site. If you do not pre-book, bookings may be made by campground staff (if present) and will incur a $10 service charge.
This is a standard campsite in northern Fiordland that is good for larger vehicles.