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Rugby World Cup Is Here!

After years of anticipation, the Rugby World Cup is finally here..And what an opening ceremony! From the 9th of September to the 23rd of October this marvelous festival celebrates all that is rugby and attracts teams and fans alike from all over the world. Chances are you've already encountered fans along...

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2 Eggs Road Trip

The 2 Eggs Take On New Zealand is now finished, it has been an amazing trip around New Zealand launching the CamperMate app by cooking free bacon and eggs for tourists (and locals!). Special thanks to YHA, Beehive Bacon, i-SITE and all those individuals of which there are too many to...

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Heaviest snow in 15 years

What a crazy last few days it has been in Christchurch, South Island! It has been likened to a snow globe given the shakes followed by the amazing dumping of snow that had some residents trapped for days. It times like these it was important to make the most of it,...

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Christchurch still rocking..Godley Heads walk closed.

While it is still safe to visit Christchurch, there are still many disruptions to travelling around the (still) beautiful city. The latest earthquakes which occurred on Monday measured 5.5 and 6.0. The magnitude 5.5 quake struck at 1pm, 10 kilometres east of Christchurch at Taylor's Mistake beach, at a depth of 11 kilometres. The second...

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The New Freedom Camping Legislation (and what it means)

For many years adventurous New Zealanders have been buying a vehicle to drive around this great country, exploring the many nooks and crannies with a sense of pioneering freedom. Camping was as simple as pull up and park up, with the unwritten rule that you respect the environment. This practice of...

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Easter Weekend Driving tips

Easter is a great time for getting away and exploring New Zealand. However with so many people travelling on the road, it's important to take extra care when driving your campervan. It's a sad fact that 12 people died on New Zealand roads last Easter break, this year Police are focusing...

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Ohau Point Seal Colony

Just out of Kaikoura (on the east coast of the South Island) you'll find Ohau Point Seal Colony, a great spot to pull over and catch a glimpse of seals frolicking around on the rocks. It's a great sight to see seals basking in the sun (if you get lucky with...

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Driving Your Campervan In Wet Conditions

No matter what the season or where you are in New Zealand, you'll likely encounter rain during your stay. Sometimes it will rain so hard that the fastest setting on your window wipers can't keep up. It can be a very difficult and dangerous time to drive, so here are some...

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Freedom Camping in Picton

Picton is situated at the top of the South Island and has a population of around 3,000 people. It is a stunningly beautiful town surrounded by lush green bush and amazing views of the Queen Charlotte sound. The town is the arrival and departure point for the Interislander/Bluebridge ferries which have...

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Campermate checks out the Wellington Waterfront Motorhome Park

Yesterday Campermate visited the Wellington Waterfront Motorhome Park, located in the heart of Wellington and billed as one of the premier locations for campers in the upcoming Rugby World Cup 2011. Each night costs $50 (may vary on peak or special rate dates) with power, private showers and toilets available. The...

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