AttractionsVisitor Centres

Visitor Information Centres

Local visitor centres often work on a casual basis. Opening hours vary, and you can't always rely on them being open, but if they are you'll have access to very localised information.

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South IslandSouthlandOwaka

Conservation Campsite Pass

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Warkworth i-SITE

Visit the Warkworth i-SITE and discover what there is to do in the Matakana Coast Wine Country. We offer free information and bookings for all...

North IslandAuckland RegionWarkworth

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Pancake Rocks and blowholes, Punakaiki - Photo: DOC

Start your journey through New Zealand's stunning landscapes at a Department of Conservation (DOC) Visitor Centre. Information about conservation...

South IslandWest CoastPunakaiki

Avoid Camping Fines!

The only camping map where each location is approved by every regional council in NZ. So if it shows on the map, you’re allowed to stay.

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Camping NZ App

Every camping site on your iPhone™, iPad™ or Android™ phone or tablet. Avoid camping penalties using this council approved app. Featuring offline maps.

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North IslandWairarapaFeatherston

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Located in Historic Railway Station

South IslandCanterburyRangiora

Traveller Tip

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Peter Brown

United States

The i SITE system is a very effective way to plan and reserve your tours. Americans aren't familiar with such a system. We didn't know they existed until we arrived. Very helpful advice and maps. The first iSite you get to is the one in Auckland Airport!