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GoSeeNewZealand The place for all Holiday Parks, Camping Grounds, caravan parks, campervan, Recreational Vehicle (RV), motorhome, camping, or adventure anywhere in New Zealand. Read Information Articles or use the powerful Holiday Parks Search to find over 400 holiday parks in New Zealand. The Plan a Trip mapping service has full driving directions and park information with travel distances.
The public User's Forums is for questions and mutual help from people on the road and like caravan and motorhome travellers. Save with Discounted Park Specials. Use the Secure On-Line Accommodation Booking Service to book your trip. Participating Pet Friendly Holiday Parks show an easily identified pet's logo. The For Sale classifieds show anything caravan, tent, camping, RV or motorhome related. GoSeeNZ Directory is the largest caravan park directory in New Zealand.
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Chalets and  motorhomes near  a  welcoming hot spring pool Miranda Family Holiday Park

Motorhome adventures in North and South Island of NZ - Part 1

You know your are in trouble when you are totally lost and the view from your motorhome is all steeply downhill.

We were so high in sheep country somewhere on a hilltop ridge near Onewhero that birds were flying below us.

At a 'bargain' $160 a day we three perched across the unyielding cab seat as it lurched and jolted along the one-way winding dirt road. Our backs were to the wall in every sense -
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Newbies Libby and family ask for help as they plan to buy their first caravan and tow vehicle

Libby Wilson of Lower Hutt New Zealand and her family of two adults and two children asked GoSee to help them buy their first caravan and a tow vehicle.

On both sides of the Tasman thousands of Newbies have had their questions answered. The collective knowledge of the 'Old Heads' who assist newcomers to GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz and its sister website GoSeeAustralia.com.au is based in practical experience.

These are the first questions in a series GoSee will post for general information with the agreement of Libby and family.
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GSNZ campsite near Auckland.

Part 2 of Libby and family question GoSee about caravans and tow vehicles

Libby Wilson of Lower Hutt New Zealand and her family of two adults and two children asked GoSee to help them buy their first caravan and a tow vehicle.

On both sides of the Tasman thousands of Newbies have had their questions answered. The collective knowledge of the 'Old Heads' who assist newcomers to GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz and its sister website GoSeeAustralia.com.au is based in practical experience.

Here is the second run of questions GoSee is posting for general information with the agreement of Libby and family.
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Tow ball and rear axle close together aids stability.

Get your towing head together and be a safer caravan camper

The closer a tow ball is to the rear axle of the tow vehicle the better. This really is a case of getting your towing head together. It is one big reason 4WD's are often chosen as tow vehicles. In addition to being heavier vehicles the design requirements of a 4WD, which must have serious entry and exit angles front and back to cope with off-road work, means the tow ball is not way aft, waving about. This means better, safer towing.
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GSAs Pam knitted 40  poppies for ANZAC Day.

Hand-crafted poppies heartfelt Aust-NZ tribute to 100th anniversary of ANZAC landings at Gallipoli

More than 200,000 poppies come to Melbourne's Federation Square for the Gallipoli centenary commemoration on Anzac Day 25th April 2015. The 200,000 hand crafted Australian poppies are made by volunteers one of whom is our very own GSA and GSNZ touring staff member Pam Hislop.

NZ Poppies Program Kiwi co-ordinator Lisa Wallace says: We will have 28,000 crafted poppies on display at Navy Museum, Devonport, Omaka Aviation Centre in Blenheim and Airforce Museum in Christchurch this Anzac Day.

New Zealand is to host the world's largest Poppy (a football field in size) this year in the Auckland Domain to honour the ANZACS.
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The GoSee Ranger and caravan handle dirt towing.

Ford Ranger NZ's most popular pickup as it challenges HiLux in Oz

The Ford Ranger has passed the Toyota HiLux to become New Zealand's most popular pickup. In addition to being the number one selling truck in New Zealand, the Ranger is also New Zealand's most awarded light truck.

In Australia the Ranger design mix set 2014 sales records as it challenges the Toyota HiLux in the Oz market.

GoSee tows its 2500kg, full-time on the road, caravan travelling office with a Ford Ranger so this Information Article has current pictures from the practical working life of our Ranger diesel.
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Bush walk at Maungatautari.

Walk, hike, bike pure New Zealand outdoor options range from stroll to blood stirring adventures

Get a mountain high or a river rush the simple way, with one of the region's great walking, hiking and biking trails.

From casual strolls along the river to overnight bush excursions and winding mountain biking tracks the Hamilton & Waikato region has something for everyone.

New Zealand's national walkway, Te Araroa (Long Pathway), passes through Hamilton & Waikato region.
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Good to Go. Yes we are joking.

Kees and Carol ask GoSee about Weight Distribution Hitch (WDH) for Jayco Starcraft caravan

Kees and Carol asked GoSee about a Weight Distribution Hitch (WDH) for their planned Jayco Starcraft caravan.

A Weight Distribution Hitch (WDH) does not help you adjust ball weight.

It distributes the overall weight of the rig over all wheels- caravan and tow vehicle.

They also want to know about ball weight restrictions. With their Ok here is the discussion for the benefit of Goseers:
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Alan and the 4x2 Ranger

4x2 Ranger diesel choice steps away from long-term towing comfort zone

Editor's Note: GoSee tows its 2500kg, full-time on the road, caravan travelling office with a Ford Ranger XLT Super, P/U HR 3.2 diesel so the Information Article on the GoSeeAustralia and GoSeeNewZealand Home Pages has current pictures from the practical working life of our Ranger diesel.

The 4x2 is a rear-wheel drive Ranger. This brought a significant cost saving over a 4x4 version. So while the choice of the Ranger 4x2 is a step away from our collective comfort zones the decision is based in extensive towing experience.
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Front row seats with views across Tasman Bay

Unique NZ beauty sets Kaiteriteri Beach Motor Camp in a world of its own

Kaiteriteri about 60km north of Nelson is one of New Zealand's most popular seaside playgrounds with one of the best beaches in the South Island.

Few spots boast such natural beauty and accessibility to a wide range of recreational activities as well as proximity to one of the country's most sunny national parks.

Kaiteriteri is one of the three key gateways to Abel Tasman National Park.
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