New Zealand National Parks Information Guide
January 31, 2023 • Tom Lanauze
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Campermate and the Department of Conservation are proud to partner on delivering helpful and up to date information to local and international visitors looking to explore the national parks, wildlife areas and conservation lands of Aotearoa.
These are the places where you will find the most amazing views, crystal clear rivers and lakes, incredible encounters with wildlife, stunning beaches, towering mountains and some of the best short walks and longer hikes in the world.
You are now entering Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park
The CamperMate app and website provides an in-depth view of all things travel related, no matter what kind of trip you’re looking to have. We offer true nationwide online and offline coverage of all you’ll need, and of course the location of the Department of Conservation (DOC) visitor centres.
Working together, we provide the most comprehensive tourist information database available for travelling within New Zealand from the cities to the mountains and everything in between.
These purpose built Visitor Centres have been placed at key locations all over the country, staffed with knowledgeable rangers and DOC staff who can offer up to date info on tracks, where to see local wildlife and information on great walks, hut stays and other fantastic local advice. They walk the walks and talk the talk, and are a fantastic resource for any traveller to Aotearoa
These are just some of the popular places you can find the DOC Visitor Centre’s here in Aotearoa;
- Dawson Falls Visitor Centre
- Kauaeranga Visitor Centre
- Wellington Visitor Centre
- Tongariro NP Visitor Centre
- Egmont NP Visitor Centre
- Arthur's Pass NP Visitor Centre
- Aoraki/Mt Cook NP Visitor Centre
- Haast Visitor Centre
- Christchurch Visitor Centre
- Dunedin Visitor Centre
- Paparoa NP Visitor Centre
- Rakiura NP Visitor Centre
- Nelson Lakes Visitor Centre
- Fiordland NP Visitor Centre
- Mount Aspiring NP Visitor Centre
- Westland Tai Poutini NP Visitor Centre
- Queenstown Visitor Centre