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Lucky Crib 2 Berth Sleeper Van
Lucky Crib 2 Berth Sleeper Van
  • Age: 1996-1999, Internal fitout 2010
  • Passengers: 2
  • Fuel: Petrol
  • Engine: 2.40L
  • Gearbox: Automatic

Lucky Cruiza 3 Berth Diesel Automatic Campervan
Lucky Cruiza 3 Berth Diesel Automatic Campervan
  • Age: 1999-2002
  • Passengers: 3
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine: 3.00L
  • Gearbox: Automatic

Cheapa 4 berth
Cheapa 4 berth
  • Age: 2006-2008
  • Passengers: 4
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine: 2.40L Turbo
  • Gearbox: Manual

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Cheapa Campa
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Gregg, July 2015
Jucy Rentals
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Courtney, July 2015

Touring Accommodation

Top 10 – TOP 10 offer premium holiday parks with lots of extra facilities. They have 51 locations around New Zealand with the majority being rated 4 or 5 Star.

Family Parks – For more than 21 years, Family Parks has represented independent caravan parks and camping grounds. Family Parks Holiday Parks provide great value accommodation with over 160 locations throughout Australia and New Zealand. Each holiday park is minimum of three star rating.

Department of Conversation Campsites – DOC manages 250 vehicle accessible campsites on public conservation land. Campervans are welcome at most conservation campsites and campsite fees are generally much cheaper than standard holiday parks. Not all campsites will have extra facilities such as power, dump sites and showers with some being very basic.