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American RV Group

This special interest group was formed in 2008 for those NZMCA members who own or have an interest in American recreational vehicles. The group has grown to over four hundred individual members from all over New Zealand.

Fifth Wheelers

Our group is primarily for the exchange of knowledge pertaining to 5th Wheelers, but also for camaraderie, with a few rallies and/or safaris around the country each year. Contact [email protected] in the first instance.

Central Freewheelers

In 2020 CFW has about 300 members. The geographical area covered by our group starts at Pukekohe in the north down to Mokau and across to Napier/Hastings in the south.

Deep South Freewheelers

The Deep South Freewheelers is a special interest group situated in the lower half of the South Island, incorporating all of Otago, Clutha and Southland.

Mainland Freewheelers

This is a motor-home owners' group that meets regularly in various sites in the South Island of New Zealand and consists of people who mostly travel alone and would like to travel with other people who travel alone, for rallies, fun, social contacts and security.

Northern Freewheelers

The group was formed by a number of friends over 20 years ago to promote friendship and social events for members who are single (this doesn’t exclude couples from joining us and attending our rallies).

Sou’West Freewheelers

Freewheelers are NZMCA members who travel on their own. Most of us are not single by choice and for most of us, travelling on our own is not a lot of fun.

Good News Vanners Auckland/Waikato

Good News Vanners was a dream of Peter and Val Nisbet who, along with some friends, held the first gathering in November 2000

Good News Vanners Bay Of Plenty

The Bay of Plenty Good News Vanners are a Group of NZMCA members with mutual motorhome interests, upholding Christian values and beliefs

Heavyweights

Heavyweights were formed in 1995, originally to cater for older buses and families, but nowadays we have all sorts of makes and models large and small in the group.