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Surrounded by lakes and snow-capped mountains, Queenstown is a breathtaking town on the South Island of New Zealand and is a great place to start a self-driving tour. National parks, glaciers and lakes are just waiting to be discovered, and a campervan rental is an ideal way to do this..

Queenstown is near one of New Zealand’s most undiscovered areas, and its stunning landscape will leave any traveller in awe. Touring by camping van is a great way to see this untouched area at your leisure. Roads are in great condition, with plenty of motorhome sites and petrol stations.

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Queenstown New Zealand Must See

For the RV adventurers, Queenstown is the perfect jumping off place.

Queenstown is located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. This is a long and windy lake and the third largest in New Zealand. This freshwater lake was carved by a glacier and on all sides are mountains that encircle the lake.

On the northern end of the lake is the town of Glenorchy. This is a great drive to take and enjoy the Southern Alps of New Zealand. As with many locations in New Zealand, Glenorchy was in the movie Lord of the Rings.

For one of the best places to take pictures is the Devil Staircase. This road is located on the east side of the lake south of Queenstown. At the top is the best place to take pictures for some, but anywhere along the road between the lake and the mountains is spectacular.

Exploring the South:

from Queenstown, drive south along the shores of Lake Wakatipu to Invercargill, the country’s southernmost city. Here, visit beaches along the coast before heading north to Gore and driving through spectacular scenery to Alexandra. Stay overnight in the Lorneville Holiday Park and the Ettrick Camping Ground & Caravan Park.


is one of the least-visited but most spectacular areas of the country. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Fjordland National Park, Lake Te Anau and the stunning Milford Sound. Rest in the Te Anau Top 10 Holiday Park and the Milford Sound Lodge.

West Coast drive:

runs along state highway 6, through the Mount Aspiring National Park, on to Haast Beach and through the Westland National Park. Visit the Thunder Creek Falls and go on scenic hikes while staying at Davis Flat. Witness the amazing Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers from the Glacier Country Motorhome Park, and visit the Pancake Rocks while resting at the Punakaiki Beach Camp.


Road network:

all roads are in excellent condition with ample petrol stations.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph unless posted otherwise
Provincial roads: 70-80kph
National roads and motorways: 100kph

Alcohol limits:

0.08 per cent, but zero if under 20.


vehicles keep to the left, with passing always done on the right. Be extra cautious while driving to Milford Sound and on all other routes. Be wary of stock trucks, snow and ice.

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Spaceships, Britz NZ, Tui Campers New Zealand and Maui all provide campervans both in the city centre and at the airport. RVRentaCampervan have come up with the best rates from these as well as other companies that sleep from two to six people.

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