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New tourism funding great news for motorhome industry

NZMCA CEO Bruce Lochore has hailed the Government recent announcement of a $178million boost to tourism infrastructure as great news for the motorhome industry.

Excellent response to NZMCA Survey

The NZMCA’s Have Your Say survey has closed with an excellent response rate of 29% of the membership

NZMCA keeping a close eye on freedom camping by-laws

With a number of councils around the country currently reviewing their Freedom Camping by-laws, the NZMCA is keeping a close-eye on proceedings.

A very special National Rally

Members from around the country flocked to the top of the south late last month for the NZMCA’s 61st National Rally and AGM.

Auckland Council launches freedom camping pilot

Programme aims to help campers find alternative sites

The NZMCA has come out in support of Federated Farmers’ concerns over freedom

The farmers’ call for the government to fund ‘small communities in need of significant investment to cope’ reflects what we’re hearing from communities all over the country,” CEO Bruce Lochore says

Napier City Council adopts new Freedom Camping Bylaw

New bylaw takes effect 1st February 2017

Upper South Island Summer Holiday Travel


All travellers on the alternate route (state highways 7, 65, 6, and 63) between Christchurch and Picton these summer holidays are being asked to take extra care, be prepared for delays and to be patient.

The average journey time between Christchurch and Picton is currently seven and a half hours. Everyone is urged to allow extra time for delays and the greater volumes of traffic. This is now the main freight route for the South Island - expect a lot more trucks than...

Motorhome Friendly status a boost for Whangamata and Whitianga

Whangamata and Whitianga have been officially welcomed into the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association's Motorhome Friendly scheme, leading into the peak summer season.

Proposed amendments to the Self-Containment Standard – NZS 5465:2001

On November 9, 2016, Bruce Stanger and James Imlach met with government and motorhome industry sector representatives to discuss the NZMCA’s proposed changes to NZS 5465.

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