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COVID-19 ALERT:

Due to New Zealand’s COVID-19 level 4 alert beginning at 11:59pm on Wednesday 25th March 2020, all persons coming into Kingston TOP 10 are required to self-isolate for a minimum of 4 weeks. Holiday Parks are classed as an essential service for ‘emergency self-contained accommodation only’ therefore Kingston TOP 10 will remain partially open for stranded self-contained campervans and those renting self-contained units only. Our parks shared facilities and reception are all now CLOSED and will not be used at any time, to ensure New Zealand now has a fighting chance to reduce the spread! Our staff are ‘on-call’ to help you via phone or email – only.

For those choosing to lockdown with us, you must agree to stay for the duration of the 4 week period – with an exception for those driving to confirmed flights only.

For assistance, call Lenny on 0275236093 or email lenny@kingstontop10.co.nz

All the best from our team,
Kingston TOP 10 Holiday Park

To check what other holiday parks in New Zealand are taking in lockdown travelers, click the link below: TOP_10_Park_Status_25March2020

Reception hours:
CLOSED
Due to COVID-19

Emergency COVID-19 accommodation required?
Call Lenny on 0275236093 or email lenny@kingstontop10.co.nz
to organise your 4 week accommodation lockdown.
(Self-contained sites/units accepted ONLY)
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WE HAVE

• Motel Units
• Ensuite Log Cabins
• Standard & Ensuite Cabins
• Glamping Tents
• RV/Campervan Sites
• Tent Sites
• Long Stay Caravans

HISTORY

Kingston is the home of the ‘Kingston Flyer’ vintage steam train. Established in 1878, the Kingston Flyer ran from Kingston to Gore carrying passengers. Gold was discovered in the Wakatipu district in 1862, this bought a need to connect ports by steamships and steam trains.

LOCATION

Just a short 25 minute drive away you'll find the entrance to the very popular Remarkables Ski Field. 35 minutes drive from Kingston you will also reach a township called Frankton; a modern developing town on your way to Queenstown in the Lakes District.