These are our touring caravans. They usually come with an electric fridge, gas cooking hob, breakdown kit and cooking/dining equipment.
These caravans are also frequently used for short term and weekend/event hires. We can deliver these to site within Marlborough region (booking essential). Touring/self tow caravans are typically hired at a rate of $50 / night, this can drop slightly for longer touring hires.
Tara, a 16 foot 1972 Çlassic’, 4 berth touring caravan.
Sheila, a 16 foot 1977 Sprite Major, 4 berth touring caravan.
Imogen, a 16 foot 1977 Anglo Venturer, 4 berth touring caravan.
Harriet, a 16 foot 1974 Roma Trailer, 4 berth touring caravan.
Cynthia, a 15 foot 1974 Sprite Muskateer, 3 berth touring caravan.
Penelope, a 16 foot 1970 Anglo Galaxy, 4 berth caravan. Penelope is included here in the touring gallery, but is normally hired out for events, weddings, as a ticket or judging office etc. She is a heavier caravan and is unbraked which means that I tend to deliver her to site.
Pixie, an 8 foot 1971 Munro Pixie, 2 berth caravan. Pixie is included here in the touring gallery, but is normally hired out for events, weddings, as a ticket or judging office etc.
Pixie caravan is very lightweight and rare, I normally deliver her to site as care is required to tow her especially if conditions are windy. She is perfectly stable and safe once sited and setup. She does not have a cooking hob or fridge at the moment.
Dita is an 8.5 foot 1940 Avon caravan, 2 or 3 berth. Dita appears (on NZTA information) to be New Zealands oldest registered and rolling caravan, with the only caravan (not registered) older than her being sited in Te Papa Museum in Wellington!
Dita has had a major revamp and is a work in progress, however she is available for hire.
Dita is included here in the touring gallery, but is normally hired out with us delivering to site, careful and considerate drivers can tow hire this rare caravan.