The Great Journeys Seat & Eat Zone – The New Zealand Motorhome, Caravan & Leisure Show

The Great Journeys of NZ Seat & Eat

You asked for it, so we're giving you MORE. More seating, more food, and more coffee!

Take the weight off your feet and enjoy a variety of cuisines from our food vendors.

Located in a marquee and permanent building outside the east end of the pavilion, compare notes, relax and enjoy live music from 11am – 2pm while you refuel.

We have located coffee stops in numerous places this year. They can be found outdoors as you enter the show, below the main front door, in the Great Journeys of NZ Seat & Eat and at the end of the Jayco site which includes sandwiches and cakes.

You can also have a break at the Coast Rest Area. Look for the branded site where, if you’re lucky, you might be able to get a nice cup of tea!

Event Park & Stay

If you're camping up at the Event Park & Stay for the weekend, we're making Friday night's dinner easy for you!

The Great Journeys of NZ Seat & Eat will be open exclusively for our campers after the Show closes, from 5:30pm - 7:00pm on Friday, 9 October 2020.

See you there!

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Food Vendors

Bite Me Food Truck

Danish Delight

Espresso Effect

Fritz's Weiners - Hamilton

Get Loaded Food Truck

Gourmet Shuttle

Hungri Hunter

Locomexicano

M & L Food

Ma Poule Rotisserie

Pita Pit

Spin Spuds

Thai Royal Restaurant Matamata

Musician

Musician - Steve Crossland

Steve Crossland

Steve Crossland has been blasting out tunes in the Waikato & abroad for the past two decades with various bands & musicians. He has had original music played on Radio & Television & continues to play music as a solo performer, with Rachel Barlow as a duo & also with various band lineups. Steve started as a Guitarist but made the transition to Singer & front man over time & now has a mutlitude of songs in his repertoire. With his Band Boogie Monsta, he has played at countless Weddings, Functions & Festivals during the past 15 years & has just completed an annual trip to New Caledonia to play at the Foire de Bourail which was Live on national television & radio.

Today, Steve's musical performances are mainly, but not limited to Acoustic based performances.