Gisborne i-SITE Visitor Information Centre*
Gisborne is one of the few districts in New Zealand that not only allows but encourages visitors to Freedom Camp. There are however certain rules that must be adhered to, such as camping in designated areas and using Gisborne District Council rubbish bags.
Home of the Gizzy Gurus - the Gisborne i-SITE is the place to visit for information and inspiration about all things - OUT EAST. Where to stay, where to eat and drink our delicious food, wine or beer, what to do ... a Gizzy Guru is your best friend !
This information gives a detailed history of many small settlements in the Eastland Region and is ideal for educational and detailed knowledge.
Images and Videos of the Eastland Region available on Flickr and YouTube
Here are some suggested itineraries that you can use or adapt to suit your own purposes. For more ideas have a look at the sights and activities pages.
Basic information for media stories
Gisborne's Millennium Wall is sited in the Centennial Marine Parade on the fore shore of Waikanae Beach, Gisborne.
Summer time and the living is easy - Gisborne Herald Weekender Magazine - 30 November 2013
Check out Flickr for all our awesome photos
Full statistical data on this region and New Zealand
Eastland is one of the most pristine regions in the country, encompassing Gisborne, Opotiki and Wairoa districts.
Tourism Eastland is a non profit Incorporated Society which represents the Gisborne, Opotiki and Wairoa Districts as the Regional Tourism Organisation.
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