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The Havelock Motor Camp is owned by the Marlborough District Council and administered by the Havelock Community Association, an elected committee of five managed by Neville (Pick) and Pauline Pickering.
The Havelock Community Association distributes all profits from the Motor Camp back to various clubs and organisations etc. within the local district.
The Havelock Motor Camp is small, approximately 50 power sites, 40 tent sites, 5 basic cabins and is geared for families and tourists alike.
Pick and Pauline pride themselves on their personal service to everyone who visits. They are all welcomed warmly and told to make themselves at home.
There is a playground available, skateboard park, tennis courts and access to the local bowling green. With the camp being very easily accessible to the local marina, boredom is not a problem in Havelock.

Havelock Marlborough is located at the head of the Pelorus Sound and the gateway to the Nydia and Queen Charlotte tracks.

Things to do in the area:
Pelorus Mail Boat
Scenic Walks, Fishing Trips, Sea Kayaking
Hunting, Four Wheel Driving
Bookings for activities in the area can be done at the Information Centre in the Main Street.
Mail Boat bookings are welcome at our office.

24 Inglis Street Havelock
Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand
Phone : + (0)3 574 2339
Fax : + (0)3 574 2335

Please email us for bookings & enquiries
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We are pet friendly at the managers discretion.
We also support NZMCA members.

Camp facilities include:
Caravan, Campervan & Tent Sites
Basic Cabins, sleeps up to 4
Modern Kitchen & Laundry, TV & Microwave
Paraplegic toilet facilities
Dumpstation (free to campers, $5 for non-campers)

Adjacent to:
Tennis Courts, Children's Play Area, Skateboard Park, Marina, Village Green, Access to Swimming Pool, Outdoor Bowling Club


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How to Choose a Good Boot Camp Class?

Boot camps have been a rage since the time they were here for several reasons. People flock to these outdoor exercise camps as they just love the natural ambience and the intense workouts offered. Not surprisingly, you will see most boot camps crammed with fitness enthusiasts huffing and puffing their way to fitness. But do all that numbers mean it’s the right boot camp for you?

Just because a boot camp is full every session doesn’t automatically mean it’s the right one for you. Plan a little ahead to search out the boot camp that suits you best before signing on. Join an outdoor fitness boot camp that takes good care of it’s members.

Check for Location and Amenities

Boot camps can really turn you into an outdoor fitness enthusiast if you continue with your sessions. And to do that you need to join a boot camp that’s conveniently located and has all the facilities such as restrooms and adequate parking space. Also the location should be safe and not too far away from your home.

Choose boot camp training workouts that are held nearby, offers basic facilities of parking space and washrooms and has all the necessary permits and licenses.

Speak to Actual References

Don’t go by the number of references posted on the website of a boot camp. Many people fall for this only to find that the reality is way different from what’s promised.

The best way to judge the standard at a boot camp is to speak to some of the present participants and past members personally. Talk to as many people as possible to get a neutral view. Often a great boot camp may not be right for you after all for several reasons. Find out everything that is offered in the sessions to know exactly what to expect, call Gold Coast Boot Camp before you enrol.

Check for Client-Coach Ratio

Boot camps that are jammed with participants may not be a good place after all. It becomes difficult for the instructor to pay attention to each individual with so many people around. Just like a regular class should have a healthy student-teacher ratio, similarly a good boot camp too should follow a standard client-coach ratio. This ensures each and every participant gets the attention she deserves in order to complete each session safely.

A really good boot camp should have six to eight participants under one instructor. Avoid joining larger groups as it can become chaotic and confusing if your instructor has to handle so many clients all alone.

Check Client Profile

Another crucial point to check is the present client profile. There are many boot camps that offer sessions exclusively for a particular client profile. Some are for women only; some take in couples; some cater to the geriatric population; others focus on people affected by injuries or still others may be for adolescents.

You would not want to join a camp where you stick out like a sore thumb. Your fellow group members should have similar goals and views and be supportive of each other. Common values and issues go a long way in creating a bond which makes each boot camp session so enriching and enjoyable.

Instilling a Love for Fitness in Your Children with a Coogee Personal Trainer

In the earlier day, when X-box and television shows were not so popular, children enjoyed playing outdoors in the parks and got their daily dose of exercise. However, with the advancement in technology, children prefer sitting at home and spending time in front of the television or computer. As a result of which they are not doing enough exercises but gaining unnecessary weight at early stages of their youth.

The good thing about children is that they are always open to learning new things or are at least give a shot to something new. So, it is the right time to initiate them into a fitness regime. Since children are resilient, they will not be bogged down by rigorous exercises. In fact, they will look at it as a challenge.

So, if you want to instil a love for fitness in your children, then you have to lead by example. If you want your child to go swimming, then swim along with him or her in the pool. If they go to Coogee boot camp, then go along with them to encourage them.Following a few things you can do to ensure that your children fall in love with being fit.

I Love Fitness


The best time to teach cycling is early morning when the roads are clear and there is no traffic. Take your children out and teach them cycling slowly. Once they get a hang of it, then they will start whizzing past you. Try to engage them into a healthy sibling competition. Cycling increases your child’s stamina and improves their calf muscles. Every week increase the distance by a mile and see the difference in your child’s health.


If you know how to swim, you can become your children’s Coogee personal trainer Right from the breathing exercises, to the hand followed by the leg movements – you can monitor them all and teach them how to swim. Swimming is an overall exercise. It enhances agility in the body, and also brings flexibility in the muscles. What’s even more fun is that you can have them play water volleyball. This way, they would learn both – a new sport and become fitter.

Morning walks

Morning walks are a great way to bond with your children. Of course, in the first week, making them get up and taking them for a walk would be an ordeal. However, slowly, walking would become a part of their routine. Walking in Coogee helps strengthen leg muscles. It also improves breathing and builds stamina. Every week, increase the walking distance by a kilometre, so that your children are able to adjust to the extended distance.

You can also alternate between walks and runs. Start with taking them for a run around the park. Once they begin enjoying the adrenaline of running, you can increase the distance. Running burns your extra calories instantly. It also strengthens your bones and increases your cardiovascular fitness.

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