From Tauranga follow State Highway 2, 33 km north to 149 Wharawhara Road; just 3 km from Katikati (R.D. 2; 3178). Phone 07 549 2158 or 0800 4 KNP KNP (4567567) firstname.lastname@example.org
This popular, clothes-free resort is owned and operated by Kevin & Joan Sampson. The excellent facilities include: a fully equipped kitchen and laundry as well as a pleasant sauna, spa and swimming pool complex. A small stream runs the length of the camping area. There are chalets, cabins and caravans for hire.
"Te Whare Rua Ra", Manawahe Rd; P.O. Box 476, Whakatane, 3158. 07 322 2052. email@example.com
This 5 hectare club is near Matata, sheltered by lovely bushland with pleasant bush walks. A clear mountain stream flowing through the grounds is dammed for swimming, canoeing and other water activities. There is plenty of room for camping, with some powered sites, a 4 ft deep pool, 9 hole mini-golf, a hot tub, concrete miniten court, grass volleyball court, swings, slides, seesaw and sand-pit. Other facilities include hot showers, flush toilets, and a clubhouse with lounge, kitchen and barbecue area.
From Opotiki on State Highway 2, go 15 km west, past Waiotahi Beach. Just as the highway turns inland watch for the bridge to the west: go across the Ohiwa Bridge then turn left, continuing on Ohiwa Harbour Road, 5km to the inner harbour. Phone: 07 315 4733 or email: The Mosens.
During February, March and April, Alan and Leonie Mosen offer two self-contained units on five hectares overlooking the Ohiwa Harbour. Apart from their organic garden and orchard, the retreat features a bush walk to glow worms through ancient pohutukawa trees. It's an easy walk along the inner harbour road to Ohiwa Spit beach.
Rotorua City Homestay is a new bed & breakfast style accommodation situated in the heart of Rotorua CBD with an easy walk to restaurants, shops, the lake front and the geothermal parks. We have two well-appointed rooms with dedicated bathrooms, comfortable beds, tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi, TV, and a mini-bar with drinks and snacks.
A cooked or ‘kiwi-continental’ breakfast included in the tariff.
As our homestay is inner CBD of Rotorua we don’t have huge grounds like a naturist club, but we do have a private courtyard and deck area with seating and sun-loungers and a hot spa pool which is of course clothing optional, as are our indoor living areas.
Our homestay is promoted on the open market which means we are not solely catering for the naturist market (NZ is just too small for that), so when we get a booking from you, just remember to mention on our online booking form that you found us through the Free Beaches website, so we’ll know who we are accommodating. We will not let the second room to non-naturists if you make the booking first.
If you are new to Rotorua or visiting from overseas we advise a minimum of three nights to truly appreciate this amazing city and all the sights and activities it has to offer. Please check our website for further information, rates, and things to do in Rotorua. Mike and Pete look forward to your stay.
"Rotota", P.O. (Te Kopia Rd), Box 1164, Taupo, 3351. Grounds: 07 333 7105. firstname.lastname@example.org
Set in 12 hectares of bush and grass near Orakei Korako, on the shores of Lake Ohakuri, the club offers fishing, swimming, boating, yachting and water skiing in the lake. There is nude access to the surrounding forest, a natural hot water stream and waterfall, which is cool in the winter. But there is also and a perennial hot tub at the lake edge. Facilities include a clubhouse, wet-back for hot showers and both pit and flush toilets. Campers must be self-sufficient as there is no power. Drinking water is from a tank, with lake water used for other purposes.