Danseys Pass Campsite
Located in Naseby area in the Otago region
IntroductionThis is a basic campsite in Central Otago. Camp beside the pleasant German Creek while exploring Oteake Conservation Park by 4WD, mountain bike or foot.
- Rivers and lakes
- Non-powered/tent sites
- Toilets - non-flush
- Water from tap - not treated, boil before use
- Wheelchair accessible with assistance
- Four wheel driving
- Mountain biking
Care required in winter and wet weather.
Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.
Camp in a remote and historic area. This is a great base to explore Danseys Pass and Kyeburn Diggings, or go mountainbiking in Naseby.
For your safety and to help preserve this historic site, please don’t camp under the trees.
From Naseby SH85, take Dansey Pass Rd north for 16 km to Kyeburn Diggings. The campsite is 500 m past the Dansey Pass Coach Inn, in the Danseys Pass Recreation Reserve.
The road from Naseby and Duntroon to the campsite is gravel. From Duntroon the gravel road is steep and winding. Campervans or caravans are not recommended during high winds. The road is also subject to snow falls at all times of the year.
Grid reference: NZTM2000 E1372925/N5010190
Latitude:, Longitude: -44.98498534, Longitude: 170.28793723
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