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Travellers Autobarn Opens Operations in New Zealand

April 7, 2016 Motoring No Comments Email Email

A favourite with the backpackers and budget conscious travellers from all over the world,Travellers Autobarn promises to deliver the same friendly service and backpacker benefits, such as unlimited kilometres, rentals to 18-21 year olds at no extra cost, and no cash bonds and just great value spacious campervans. Everything that made Travellers Autobarn famous in Australia is now also in New Zealand.


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Travellers Autobarn will continue to work with their successful strategic partner – The iconic New Zealand brand, Escape Campers – to offer a full range of campervan options in New Zealand.

Peter Burke, owner of Travellers Autobarn, stated, “The current macro economic conditions, of low capital cost, favourable exchange rates for travellers and low fuel costs for renters, make it the perfect time to launch a new and exciting product into the New Zealand market at time when tourist numbers are showing strong growth.

“For Travellers Autobarn it just makes sense to broaden our appeal to agents and to capitalise on growth opportunities as they arise. It’s only taken us 23 years to make the leap and open in New Zealand. We are a campervan company that wants to deliver a quality experience to our customers. That’s our only goal, and offering the new Kuga Hitop campervan to our New Zealand clientele will help us achieve more happy customers.”

Travellers Autobarn aims to reach a fleet size of 300 campervans in New Zealand within a few short years and a combined fleet across Australia and New Zealand of 1000 Campervans within 5 years.

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