6 Reasons why travel to Australia and New Zealand in June
It’s a month long school holidays ! Don’t you think the kids ought to relax and chill from the paper chase?
It’s winter in the Southern Hemisphere. Don’t you think you have enough of the heat here?
It’s low sandflies and low creepy crawlies season . Don’t you have enough mozzie bites here with all the recent dengue scare? Good time to do freedom camping in the parks and beaches without worrying about getting bites. By the way, most of our campervans come with insect- screened windows.
It’s visitors non-peak season. Don’t you think it’s nice not to fight with others over bookings? You don’t need to pre-book every campervan parks throughout your holiday or do advance bookings for attractions.
It’s one of the very few places where you can see real snow in June. Don’t you want to lie on the fluffy white snow?
New Zealand’s Art Deco City
Nearest place for motorhome to rest for the night for free :
Perfume Point Carpark, Napier
Be Star-Strucked ☆ﾟ.*･｡ﾟ
It is free of artificial light pollution so the night sky is a canvas for star-gazing. On top of Mt John is an observatory where the Southern Sky is waiting for you to be explored. Earth & Sky conducts twilight tours where you can view through their powerful telescope and see planet Saturn and the Southern Cross constellation. You’ll get a nice treat of hot chocolate at the cafe with some lessons on astronomy.
Nearest place to park your motorhome for the night : Lake Tekapo Motels & Holiday Park