Land remediation update
Now that the Pigeon Valley fire is controlled, we will be working towards remediating damage caused by the fire and equipment used to contain it. Landowners/leaseholders need to initially utilise their insurance cover. Where there is no cover or the cover is insufficient, the next alternative is to ...


You have lots of choices for camping in Tasman - from Council owned campgrounds, to privately owned campgrounds; Department of Conservation campsites; and even freedom camping locations.

This map shows you:

  • Council owned campgrounds
  • Registered, privately owned campgrounds
  • Places where you can freedom camp. Rules are different for each location - click on an icon to check the rules.

Freedom camping bylaw and maps

Tasman District Council Freedom Camping Bylaw (pdf, 2.3 MB)

Recent updates

  • McKee and Kina campgrounds will have eftpos from late December 2018.
  • Freedom camping is allowed at Fittal Street, Richmond, from 24 December 2018
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Freedom camping and motorhomes
Where to dispose of your wastewater, recycling and rubbish
Department of Conservation campsites