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This is a standard campsite in the Wanaka/Makarora area. Take in the magnificent views of Mt Hooker from the campsite. Fish in nearby Haast River, enjoy short walks or picnics.
This is a standard campsite in the Wanaka/Makarora area. Camp near the Makarora River. Plenty of great activities are available nearby, such as hunting, tramping or fishing.
Relax on the shores of Lake Wanaka at this easily accessible and quiet campsite. Water sports include motor boating, skiing and fishing.
Camp alongside Lake Hawea in a large, grassy area with good shade from mountain beech trees. Walk around the lake, go fishing or swimming.
This is a standard campsite in the Queenstown/Wakatipu area. Camp beside the Routeburn River. Walk to Lake Sylvan via the bridge or day walk the start of the Routeburn Great Walk. Fish in the river, (Fly fishing only.)
Camp on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand’s longest lake. Explore the area along the
Caples or the Greenstone tramping tracks. Swim, kayak, fish or go boating on the lake, or enjoy the scenery.
Camp on a river delta near the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Go boating, swimming and fishing
or enjoy the walking and mountain biking tracks.
This is a scenic campsite in the Queenstown/Wakatipu area. This is a peaceful place beside a small lake. Go boating, swimming, fishing or canoeing on the lake. Walk or mountain bike from Moke Lake to Lake Dispute (2-h walk).
This is a standard campsite in the Queenstown/Wakatipu area. Camp within scenic rocky natural features on terraces around an old
cemetery and school. Bike, walk, tramp or hunt to explore the area
This is a basic campsite in the Queenstown/Wakatipu area. Camp in one of Otago’s most intact historic goldfield towns. Walk, bike or 4WD around the township or up the valley to the Homeward Bound stamper.
This is a basic campsite in Central Otago. Camp in a remote and historic area. Explore St Bathans township or mountain bike the Otago Central Rail Trail.
This is a basic campsite within the Oteake Conservation Park, Central Otago.
This is a basic campsite in Central Otago. Camp beside the pleasant German Creek while exploring
Oteake Conservation Park by 4WD, mountain bike or foot.
This is a standard campsite in the Coastal Otago area. Camp in a sheltered area surrounded by beech and podocarp forest. River, walking and tramping nearby.
This is a standard campsite on the coast of Otago. A quiet family campsite in a bush setting. Connects with two riverside tracks.
This is a standard campsite in the Coastal Otago area. This isolated campsite is in a clearing beside the river. Day walk the Catlins River Track (5h)through silver beech forest.
This is a standard campsite in the Coastal Otago area. Camp on the coast. Striking cliff faces can be seen and Purakaunui Falls are not far. There is a good surf beach south of the camp.
This is a basic campsite in Central Otago. This historic reserve is steeped in heritage and includes the remarkable remains of the Lindis Pass Historic Hotel.
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