5 Meaning of freedom camp

(1)

In this Act, freedom camp means to camp (other than at a camping ground) within 200 m of a motor vehicle accessible area or the mean low-water springs line of any sea or harbour, or on or within 200 m of a formed road or a Great Walks Track, using 1 or more of the following:

(a)

a tent or other temporary structure:

(b)

a caravan:

(c)

a car, campervan, housetruck, or other motor vehicle.

(2)

In this Act, freedom camping does not include the following activities:

(a)

temporary and short-term parking of a motor vehicle:

(b)

recreational activities commonly known as day-trip excursions:

(c)

resting or sleeping at the roadside in a caravan or motor vehicle to avoid driver fatigue.

(3)

In subsection (1),—

camping ground means—

(a)

a camping ground that is the subject of a current certificate of registration under the Camping-Grounds Regulations 1985; and

(b)

any site at which a fee is payable for camping at the site

Great Walks Track means—

(a)

a track specified in Schedule 1; and

(b)

any other track specified by Order in Council made under section 44 as a Great Walks Track.