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Latest News:
6 May 2024

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Update from our AGM

The All Points Camping Club AGM was held in three locations and via Zoom on Saturday 4 May.  It was great to see members from around the country joining in and sharing their views.


One of the main purposes of our AGM (or Annual General Meeting) is to determine the National Committee for the next year. This year we welcome two new committee members – Helen Garthwaite from Wellington and Trevor McIntyre from Canterbury.


APCNZ committee for 2024/25

Executive committee

  • President – Wayne Ravelich

  • Vice President – Margaret Earle

  • Past President – Gary Stoneley

  • Secretary – Angela Bryan

  • Treasurer – Rhonda Marshall

General committee

  • Martin Ireland

  • Jo Ravelich

  • Vicky Holden

  • Helen Garthwaite

  • Trevor McIntyre


The AGM also confirmed the Club’s regional representatives. 

  • Northern – Vicky Holden

  • Waikato – Lorraine Middleton

  • Bay of Plenty – Ian Read

  • Taranaki – Denise Rowland

  • Central – Jo Ravelich, Margaret Earle, Helen                      Garthwaite

  • Marlborough – Marty & Diana Ireland

  • Canterbury – Linda Butler

  • West Coast – Verity Kennedy & Andrew McRoberts

  • Otago – Julian Fuchs

Join us at an autumn or winter camping event

In the colder months camping can be a bit more challenging. However, our regional representatives are still planning some local events. These include mid-winter meals as well as camping opportunities. Our autumn camping events include the Featherston Booktown weekend, a Viking Odessy in Norsewood and monthly camps in various locations across the Canterbury region.


Our camps are a great opportunity to stay at new camping locations and to meet others with a passion for camping. If you haven’t had much experience with camping, they are also a good way to learn. More details on our events page.

Our Stop and Stay network continues to grow


All Points Camping’s network of Stop and Stay properties is growing rapidly. These properties have been recommended by All Points members. They include locations where you can camp on private property, Department of Conservation land, local authority sites and commercial campgrounds. Most commercial campgrounds listed on the Stop and Stay website offer a discount for All Points members. Remember to show your membership card to get your discount. The Stop and Stay webpages have a comprehensive key providing details about each property and its features.


We are promoting some of the unique and interesting Stop and Stay properties by spotlighting a location each week on the Stop and Stay Facebook page. Follow this Facebook page to get our weekly spotlights. You can also use the Facebook page to recommend properties for listing on Stop and Stay.

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