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Waikanae Beach TOP 10 Holiday Park

Waikanae Beach TOP 10 Holiday Park

280 Grey St, Gisborne

Welcome to the Waikanae Beach Holiday Park in Gisborne city. Beautifully situated at Waikanae Beach - safe swimming and long stretches of... more

Qualmark Motel rated 4-starQualmark Holiday Park rated 4-star plusQualmark Enviro-Silver Endorsed
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Gisborne
Showgrounds Park Motor Camp

Showgrounds Park Motor Camp

20 Main Rd, Makaraka, Gisborne

Open spaces and shady seclusions, no traffic noise. Gisborne Park Golf course right next door. 4km to city centre and beaches. 1500m to... more

Qualmark Holiday Park rated 2-star plus
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Holiday parks in Gisborne are great for family holidays that won't break the bank. You don't have to pitch a tent either; most holiday parks have a range of accommodation if camping isn't your style. Accommodation usually ranges from tent sites and on-site caravans to motels and self-contained cabins.

Built in a casual sprawl from the edge of the ocean, Gisborne is the first city in the world to greet the sun each morning. It's also the country's Chardonnay Capital - the local wineries have become a major visitor attraction for Gisborne. Captain Cook first set foot here in 1769, and European settlement began in 1831. The town is named after William Gisborne who was the Colonial Secretary in 1879. Gisborne is one of the few places in New Zealand where Maori cultural traditions are still evident in the day-to-day activities of the people, and where the Maori language is a part of everyday life. Accommodation in Gisborne is plentiful, giving you a choice of options; hotels, self-catering motels and lodges (some with a restaurant), holiday parks with tourist flats, budget accommodation in cabins, campervan and campsites. Seasonal discounts may apply; pet-friendly accommodation may be available in Gisborne by arrangement.

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Gisborne: Built in a casual sprawl from the edge of the ocean, Gisborne is the first city in the world to greet the sun each morning. It's also the country's Chardonnay Capital - the local wineries have become a major visitor attraction for Gisborne. Captain Cook first set foot here in 1769, and European settlement began in 1831. The town is named after William Gis...Read More

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Ocean Beach Motor Lodge

free night(s)

Ocean Beach Motor Lodge
Gisborne
McLean Park Garden Motel

15% off

McLean Park Garden Motel
Napier
Beach Front Motel

free night(s)

Beach Front Motel
Napier
Fairley Motor Lodge

special offer

Fairley Motor Lodge
Westshore