About | Te Anau Campground | Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park

About Us

History of Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park & Motels

Our philosophy is simple; we don't just work in Te Anau, we live here.

The Tauri Family has been providing hospitality in the Fiordland area for over 50 years! Valerie & Colin Tauri arrived in Fiordland in 1961 and worked at Cascade Creek on the Milford Road before moving to Te Anau in 1963. Once there, they took over the Management of the Te Anau AA Motor Camp, which is now known as Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park & Motels.

Their son Clint has managed the Holiday Park since 1975 and he and his wife Jill took over its lease from Colin and Valerie in 1983. Clint, Jill & family have been involved in several tourism businesses in the area since then and are proudly providing visitors with quality accommodation and experiences to this day.

We look forward to welcoming you to Te Anau soon!

Reception area at Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park with green coloured counter tops and two female staff members at computers at the reception


Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park & Motels have modern camping facilities and also provide those extra little things that make life easier when you are travelling .

Groups & Schools

Looking for group accommodation in Te Anau? Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park & Motels have a variety of accommodation options available from tent sites and single rooms to cabins and motels.


At Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park we take our environmental responsibility seriously. Take a look at the steps we take to help ensure our guests and staff operate in an environmentally sustainable way on a daily basis.

A happy family on a bike ride, two adults on bicycles with two infants in bike seats on the back

Cycle Trail

The Lake2Lake Cycle Trail that links Lake Te Anau to Lake Manapōuri starts across the road from our Holiday Park.

51m away
Close up of a kea, a green coloured bird native to Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Bird Park

Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park & is the closest accommodation to the very popular Punanga Manu o Te Anau, the Te Anau Bird Sanctuary.

907m away
Marakura Yacht Club wharf reaching out into Lake Te Anau on calm waters with snow capped mountains and the orange colours of sunset reflecting upon the water

Lake Te Anau

Across the road from the Holiday Park lies New Zealand's second-largest, and arguably the country's most scenic lake.

82m away