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Presentation Date 4th July 2018.
Celebrating Mosgiel being named New Zealand Motor Caravan Association’s newest motorhome friendly town (from left) Association Otago Area committee members Gavin Mead, of Waitati, Barbara Smith, with her husband Don Smith, both of Mosgiel, and Enterprise Dunedin business relationship manager Des Adamson.
PHOTO: SHAWN MCAVINUE
The NZMCA’s 50th Motorhome Friendly town Hokitika, is the gateway to some of the West Coast of the South Island’s most appealing attractions – and home to many of its most off-the-wall events.
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.
The NZMCA’s 48th Motorhome Friendly Town, Kaikohe, is described as the hub of the north. It is within 50km of such great sites and attractions as the Bay of Islands, the giant kauri trees at Waipoua Forest, Hokianga Harbour, the Puketi and Omahuta Kauri forests, Kawiti (formerly Waiomio) limestone caves and much more.