The forgotten tourist highway full of hidden gems
State Highway 35 weaves through a long-lost slice of New Zealand, where kids play on horses instead of cellphones and beaches lie empty.
Reflections of a campervan virgin
Everywhere I went I met people who were open, hospitable, friendly and enjoying themselves and our country.
One vehicle, 40,000km: How to do Australia's 'Big Lap'
How do you spend a year travelling Australia in a small campervan with your family? Here's a step-by-step guide from one woman who did just that.
'We don't have to work as much': The family on an endless road trip
Trading a house and stable jobs for a nomadic lifestyle has given the Helms unprecedented time and freedom. But it's not all fun on four wheels.
The Kiwi families who've fallen for campervanning during the pandemic
Lisa Boltman used to see touring the country by camper as overpriced and touristy. One eight-day trip around the South Island and she's a convert.
Freedom camping laws need reform but foreign tourists aren't the only villains
OPINION: Now is the time to reform the rules for travellers who park up and camp in public spaces. But don't blame freedom campers for all the problems in a community.
Ghost towns and shipwrecks: Why every Kiwi should tour the West Coast
When it comes to heritage, the West Coast has plenty of iconic hot spots and hidden gems that await discovery.
Fast times in sleepy Kāwhia: Time to appreciate a slower pace of life
There are certain places in New Zealand that exude a sense of peaceful unhurriedness, where the pace is at least three notches down from our bigger cities.
Waiheke Island: How to travel in style when vineyard-hopping
This classic car tour showcases the best of the island.
Highlights of the Great Alpine Highway
They say it’s the journey not the destination, so with that in mind, we set off in the campervan.
A soak and two boats: A three-day South Island adventure
Taking an epic roadie from Queenstown to Milford Sound.