New Zealand has a vast network of tracks and walks — including 9 multi-day Great Walks.
There's a network of government managed campsites, lodges, cabins and cottages in scenic settings throughout NZ. There are also more than 950 huts in conservation areas that you can use while you’re exploring.
Freedom camping is when you camp on public land that isn’t a recognised camping ground or holiday park.
Get training from DOC to work in national parks and conservation areas.
Get funding to promote conservation and native ecosystems.
You'll need to get permits for hunting on conservation or other government managed land.
You need to obey some laws and regulations – these can depend on where and what you’re fishing.
Find out how we manage and protect our natural resources.
Get notified when snow is expected on high-altitude roads or keep an eye on snow conditions in Otago and South Canterbury.
Get notified when there’s heavy rain, high wind or thunderstorms — in your area or across NZ.
Get notified when gales, storms or hurricanes are expected in coastal areas or the high seas off New Zealand.
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