DOC Visitor Centres

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We are proud to partner with the the Department of Conservation (DOC) Visitor Centres who operate a network of visitor centres nationwide, most of them in our national parks. They are staffed by DOC rangers who have first-hand, in-depth local knowledge about conservation places and activities. Together i-SITE and DOC work hand-in-hand to provide visitors with the very best advice and assistance.

DOC visitor centres are located nationwide and staffed by DOC rangers who have first-hand, in-depth knowledge about local conservation places and outdoor experiences.Visit your nearest DOC Visitor Centre to plan and prepare for our outdoor adventures. You can find out the best places to stay to suit your accommodation needs with a range of facilities at 960 huts and 230 campsites.

- Walks and Tracks
- Huts and campsites
- Planning and preperation
- Mountain biking
- Heritage sites
- Māori sites
- Maps, track guides, and DOC brochures
- Looking after our place and conservation

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