NZMCA EBOP Area chairperson Dave Rosser presenting donation of $500 to Blue Light Kawerau. Left to right, George Westerman, Dave Rosser and Niki Nuku. Also a donation of $200 to Kawerau Judo Club. This money was raised from the parking of Certified Self Contained motorhomes at Woodfest Kawerau. This was under the Motorhome Friendly Towns event parking programme. Over the weekend 84 vans parked up.
About 30 Gisborne enthusiasts spent more than two-and-a-half years restoring the first motor caravan to have been registered with the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association. The converted 1928 Reo Speedwagon was unveiled yesterday morning at the association’s 63rd rally at the Showgrounds. Brian Hall tells the Weekender about the Reo’s journey from Gisborne district country bus to motorhome.
You may have noticed that the Motorhome Friendly Towns website has had a revamp recently with a fresh new look, layout and a brand new section for you to explore: cycling and walking trails! So what’s new, what do you need to know to make the most of the new website?
Everything you need for summer is sorted right here with us. We have the places to visit, the entertainment covered and activities to keep you busy in-between!
A Mid-West Wander: Your Guide to Discovering Taranaki, Whanganui, Rangitikei, Manawatu and Horowhenua
Traversed by stunningly-scenic touring routes, the mid-western region of the North Island is filled with adventure and destined for discovery. From the expansive beaches of Horowhenua to the dynamic heartland of Manawatu, the rich creative fabric of Whanganui to Taranaki’s mountain to sea landscape, there’s much to explore.