An Australian woman was one of two foreign tourists punched in the face by a woman at a camping ground in New Zealand.
Police arrested the 23-year-old attacker after she punched a French woman in the jaw and the Australian woman in the nose.
The French woman was knocked to the ground by the punch in Raglan, while the Australian woman suffered a bloodied nose, police said.
The woman and her male acquaintance had been asked to leave the Kapua Camping Ground on Thursday, just before the assaults.
Police say members of the public who witnessed the assaults helped officers catch the woman.
"Without the assistance of the public police would have had difficulty identifying the offender," Senior Sergeant Gael Mockford said.
The woman will appear in Hamilton District Court on January 29.