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Heaphy Track partially closed – through trips not possible except by pre-arranged helicopter transfer

Overseeing Body: Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Dog Policy: No dogs
Last Update: 26/5/2023
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Tasman, Nelson, South Island


This is a walk-in campsite on the Heaphy Track. On fine days following rain, Mt Taranaki can seen in the distance.

Phone(s): +64 3 546 9339
Email/Contact Us: nelsonvc@doc.govt.nz
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Last Update: 12/04/2023
Lake Rerewhakaaitu, Rerewhakaaitu, Bay Of Plenty, Central Plateau, North Island


Camping, picnicking and boating are all popular recreational activities at Lake Rerewhakaaitu. A significant site for wildlife, the lake supports breeding populations of dabchicks, scaup and banded dotterel.

Two Department of Conservation campsites around the lake are at Ash Pit Road Campsite and Brett Road Campsite.

Phone(s): 07 349 7400
Email/Contact Us: rotorua@doc.govt.nz