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Hamilton - New Zealand Travel DestinationsSituated in the heart of the Waikato region the city of Hamilton is a progressive and beautiful city that is New Zealand's fourth largest population centre. This safe, friendly, laid back and clean city is a great place for family holidays and is only a short 1.5 hour drive from the big city lifestyle of Auckland.

Hamilton makes an ideal base camp for a campervan hire New Zealand holiday as many of the North Island attractions can be reached in less than a day's drive. The Coromandel Peninsula for example is a short drive away, or the superb sandy beaches of Mount Maunganui, and of course the thermal wonderland of Rotorua. Surfing enthusiasts will love having access to their choice of beaches both to the east and the west. Visitors during winter will be interested to know it is a short 3 hour drive to the snow fields.

The mighty Waikato River flows directly through the middle of Hamilton and provides much of the life force of the region. The region surrounding Hamilton is rich in cultural diversity and charming countryside towns set amongst lush rolling green hills. It provides a scenic background to a driving tour in one of our campervan rentals.

The Waikato River provides a great deal of electricity to New Zealand. There are 8 hydro-electric dams along the length of the river each with manmade lakes created by the power stations which now popular places for recreational fishing, boating and swimming. Visitors on a campervan hire holiday are spoilt for choice.

Whether you stay in Hamilton city or visit some of the surrounding areas we believe you will enjoy your motorhome hire holiday in this picturesque region.

Te Awamutu

Located about 20 minutes drive south of Hamilton this friendly and pretty town is also known as the Town of Roses and is famous for its rose gardens. It is also the hometown of Tim and Neil Finn of the music bands, Crowded House and Split Endz. The shopping experience in Te Awamutu is rewarding, you will find old fashion service meets modern day products. You are well catered for in town, you can relax and enjoy a meal at one of the many cafes, bars and restaurants. Or if you prefer, you may retire to the comfort of your motorhome hire vehicle and take advantage of your onboard kitchen facilities.

The nearby Pirongia Forest Park, Yarndley's Bush, Lake Ngaroto and Mount Kakepuku provide outdoorsy types with a range of adventures to take in the great outdoors. Those who enjoy a scenic drive will find the area an absolute pleasure to visit.

Te Kuiti

This tranquil town is surrounded by serene and unspoiled countryside. It is also known as the 'Shearing Capital of the World' because of the town's annual New Zealand Shearing Championships. The town's 7 metre shearing statue was erected in honour of the town's prowess in this field. Another annual event called the 'Running of the Sheep' involves the release of 2,000+ sheep in the main street. Campervan rental holiday makers visiting from overseas will find this a uniquely New Zealand activity that you will not find anywhere else.

Tirau

Originally known as Oxford this town is now famous for its icons. It is home to the largest corrugated iron sheep and sheep dog in the world. The visitor information centre is housed in a building that is shaped like a dog and was built to complement the sheep shaped building which houses a wool and craft shop.

This small town is easy to find as it is located conveniently on a main road and is home to an increasing number of cafes, arts and antique shops. Visitors enjoy the range of garden walks, the local honey industry, the deer farm and the early New Zealand museum among other things.

A visit to Tirau, at the foot of the Kiama Ranges will provide visitors with the chance to stay in a quiet and laidback country town. Campervan hire travellers visiting the area on the 3rd Sunday of the month will enjoy a visit to the local markets with a range of produce that will make your mouth water.

Tokoroa

This town lies at the crossroads between productive dairy farmlands and forestry plantations. It is an important centre for the timber pulp and paper industries. The lakes and rivers boast excellent trout fishing, boating, water skiing and yachting. Visitors who love to catch and prepare their own catch will love the combination of having prime fishing spots with the convenience of our well equipped campervan hire vehicles.

Walkers enjoy the spectacle of Lake Moananui, Matarawa Stream and the lookout on Colson's Kill. The 'Talking Poles' trail offers visitors an informative walk while reflecting on the cultural diversity of the community.

Waitomo

This village is a popular place for tourists to discover the magic of the glow worm caves on guided tours or adventure trips. The vast network of caves provides the thrill of black water rafting, caving and abseiling.

Above the ground visitors can enjoy 4WD biking, horse riding, kiwi culture show, Angora rabbit show, wildlife park and drive yourself jet boats. The extensive bush surrounds provide scenic attractions including the natural Limestone Bridge, Marokopa Falls and many scenic bush walks.


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