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Overseeing Body:

Auckland Council

Dog Policy:

Animals/pets are not allowed

Last Update:

23/06/2021
Address:
Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The campground is located in a bush area east of the peak, on the track.

This is a remote campground with no water supply or toilets. We recommend going to Thousand Acres Campground which has a toilet, shelter and water supply, if you are not familiar with this site.

Access is on foot only from the Waharau Ridge Loop Track take the Kohukohunui Track. This is a steep track, recommended for experienced trampers only.

See more about Hunua Ranges Regional Park access information.

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No. of tent sites:

30

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car, or caravan.

Fees:

Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
Child (5–17 years): $7.50 per night
Infant (0–4 years): free
Passes
The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Campsite Pass bookings must be booked online before occupying a site. If you do not pre-book, bookings may be made by campground staff (if present) and will incur a $10 service charge.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information supplied courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No Dogs

Last Update:

12/05/2023
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Address:
Port Fitzroy, Great Barrier Island. Department of Conservation., Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Akapoua Bay; Camp in a sheltered bay amongst beautiful pohutukawa trees. DOC office is next door and a wharf, shop, fuel depot and post office are nearby. This is a popular place for families and boaties. Shingle beach. Gateway to track network. A day walk to the impressive kauri dam and good fishing in the harbour.

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080 or +64 9 379 6476
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Council

Dog Policy:

Dogs, other animals and pets are prohibited at all times.

Last Update:

23/06/2021
Address:
Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Ambury has basic, flat camping with toilets and drinking water nearby. There are ten hardstands available on a first-come first-served basis.

In dry weather campervans or motorhomes can park anywhere in the campground.

Only 10 minutes drive from Auckland International Airport.

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43 Ambury Road, Mangere Bridge, Auckland, 2022,, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

After Mangere Bridge town centre, follow Kiwi Esplanade to this farm park.
The grounds are level and spacious, and there is a notable wading bird habitat.
There are also significant natural and cultural heritage sites here. Campsites
are $15 per adult and $6 per child. There is a designated area for self-contained
campervans. Annual passes are available.

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Phone(s):

09 3662000
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Address:
52 Northcote Road, Northcote, Auckland., Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Located 4 km north of Harbour Bridge, 700m west of the Northern Motorway
and within driving distance of the Auckland City Centre, North Harbour Rugby
Stadium, beautiful beaches, cafés, restaurants and the Albany Mega Centre.
Down a long drive and tucked away from passing traffic, this large urban park
complex provides 24 hour check-in. The level grounds offer heaps of picnic
tables (some with their own canvas canopies), and hard stands for vans.
There is an indoor swimming pool and spa complex. The large and beautifully tiled
kitchen has microwaves, island hobs, constant boiling water and a filtered water
tap. The matching tiles in the ablutions are very clean with a baby-friendly
bathing area and disabled access. The large laundry is superb. A large BBQ/
picnic deck with lots of seating close to the nearby reserve. There is a special
play area opposite the indoor swimming pool. A private spa, internet kiosks, TV
room, dump station and pay phone are all here. No pets here please. Your
hosts are Priya and Raj. Fixed accommodation available. All sites are from $30
per person and $40 for 2 people. Seasonal rates may
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Phone(s):

09 418 2578
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@nsmotels.co.nz



Address:
46 Bollard Ave, Avondale,, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Avondale Motor Park is a quiet urban camping, just 10 km from the city and within handy driving distance of Auckland_s main attractions. Head down a long sealed driveway, to well-kept grounds that open out behind the surrounding houses. Mature trees and a stream enhance the garden setting with grassy banks along one boundary. The stand-alone kitchen is airy, with a metered wall oven and microwave and gas-ring cooking. There are separate TV and internet rooms. An outdoor pergola has a picnic table and chairs on a flagstone terrace. A smart and immaculately kept ablution block has roomy free showers, a hair dryer and shaving points. There is a laundry with plenty of automatic equipment and an iron. Children have a great play area with a flying fox and trampoline. A dump station is available and the supermarket and city bus stops are handy. Your hosts are Anne and Krijn and Adrian and Jenny. Powered sites are from $ 25 for one person and $50 for two people extra adult $20 with extra child (under 14 years) $10. $18 per person for a tent site. In the peak summer season, bookings are essential.

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Phone(s):

09 8287228
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Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No Dogs

Last Update:

11/02/2022
Address:
Awana Bay north of Claris, Great Barrier Island, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Awana Estuary is on the east coast of Great Barrier Island. Get there via the
Auckland car ferry and then a rough gravel road (dry weather access only).
Camp on an undulating site next to the Awana Stream (take your mozzie
repellent!) and close to one of the island’s most famous surf beaches. This
camping area has a covered outdoor eating shelter with a sink and water from
a tap for washing up, toilets, cold shower and rubbish collection, but no shade. With room for around 60 tents, bookings are required all year round.

Phone(s):

+64 9 379 6476
Email/Contact Us: aucklandvc@doc.govt.nz

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
Brook Road, Awhitu, New Zealand, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Off Brook Road, between Waiuku and Manukau Heads, There is a vast choice
of sites within two defined areas, the Brook camping ground or the Peninsula
camping ground. It is all basically level with grassy sites and clusters of trees.
Although it is a coastal camp, the two beaches are reached by short walking
tracks. There are clean toilets, water and BBQs. No animals are permitted.
There is an attractive nine-hole golf course alongside the park. Camping is
$13 and $6 for adults and children respectively. There is a designated area for
self-contained vehicles. Annual passes are available.

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Phone(s):

09 301 0101
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Address:
91 Willjames Ave, Algies Bay, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Bethshan is situated right on the beachfront at Algies Bay, approx 1 hour north
of Auckland. To get there take State Highway 1 to Warkworth through to
Snells Beach and continue on the main road to Algies Bay. Look for the
camping sign. Turn left into Alexander Road then right at the bottom of the
hill into Willjames Ave. Bethshan is the end of the Willjames on the lefthand
side. Wrapped in beautiful native bush, it encourages a variety of native birds.
Cooking for tenters is by way of modern barbecues. The ablution block is
modern and clean and showers are free, as is use of the internet, laundry,
kayaks dingies and sailboats. Get away from it all and experience fishing and
boating. There are 16 sites with power $20 per adult per night and children
under 14 years are $10 per night. Your friendly hosts are Evan and Shirley
Algie

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Phone(s):

09 4255774
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Address:
271 Big Bay Road, Awhitu Peninsula, RD 4, Waiuku., Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A pleasant 30 minute drive to the tip of the Awhitu Peninsula brings you to Big
Bay. (approx 90 minutes from Auckland) This relaxed kiwibatch/holiday park
is across the road from the white sandy beach and a sheltering bluff. The only
shop in Big Bay is found at the entrance to the camp. This new building houses
the camp office and 7-day general store and behind it can be found the new
camper’s pizza oven and outdoor dining area. Take-aways are available in the
summer. The older-style homely kitchen has hot plates and microwave and
plenty of fridge space. The modernised ablutions have metered showers, a
disabled access suite and an automatic laundry. Pets by prior arrangement and
wifi available. Ian and Helen are your hosts. Sites are from $38 per person
(unpowered), or $40 with power. Seasonal rates apply

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Phone(s):

09 2351132
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Address:
226 Torkar Rd, Clarks Beach, 2122, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a popular holiday spot, an easy 35-minute drive from Auckland airport.
The attractively landscaped grounds are tucked into a sheltered bay with water
on two sides and a golf course on the third. Camp on sunny, terraced sites
- most equipped with power, water and sewerage facilities. Relax in the arge, covered swimming pool, with picnic and BBQ facilities, try your hand
at mini-golf. The TV and recreation room has great views across the harbour.
The kitchen offers plenty of appliances, refrigeration, a preparation area,
and a breezeway alongside provides dining space. Ablutions include smart
shower cubicles (metered), with a baby’s bath and disabled access toilet and
shower. Additional unisex showers and toilets are also provided. An excellent
automatic laundry has iron and board. Water-sport enthusiasts are catered
for with on-site kayak hire, fish cleaning, and boat parking, with a choice of boat
ramps nearby. Much care has been taken in landscaping the camp to give it a
pleasant, relaxed, resort atmosphere. A special area is designated for campers
with dogs.  Tariff: $44 per night for up to 2 persons, $22 per night per extra adult, $11 per night per extra child (children age 1-12) babies under 1 free.

 

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Phone(s):

09 232 1685
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Address:
Great Barrier Island, Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Great Barrier Island is free of some pests - help keep it this way. Before you visit, check for stowaways that may be harmful to wildlife on this island. Read more about Treasure Islands. Great Barrier is the largest island off the North Island coast. More than 60% of the island is public land administered by the Department of Conservation. There are a range of short walking tracks and longer routes, several campsites, a hut, mountain bike routes, and many natural and historic features to explore. About 850 people live on the island, and there are a number of small settlements with shops and accommodation.

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Phone(s):

0800 997 222
Address:
Harataonga Road, Great Barrier Island, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Harataonga Number of tent sites - 60 Situated between two streams overlooking Overtons Beach, with shelter under mature trees. Surrounded by farmland and bush. Fishing, diving, snorkelling and swimming at the beach, a 300m walk from the campsite. Explore Maori historic sites and settler graves. Endangered bird species: pateke (brown teal), New Zealand dotterel, oyster catcher and banded rail. Please do not disturb, and take special care during nesting season.

Phone(s):

09 4290044
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No. of tent sites:

142

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2023-8-14 > Unsafe road on Motutapu Island

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Last Update:

10/3/2023
Address:
Motutapu Island, Auckland, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Overlooking Home Bay, the campsite is near the Reid Homestead built in 1901. A stroll up through regenerating bush to the Northern Junction (via the Rotary Centennial Loop Track) and you can explore various WWII military remains including the battery which defended Auckland's harbour.

Total campsite capacity: 262 people.

Campsite pods

The Home Bay campsite is divided into different areas called pods.

The following pods are on the seaward side of the road:

  • Salty Sea Dogs (23 tent sites) at the northern end of the campground.
  • Nest & Fledglings (13 tent sites) in the middle of the campground.
  • Shore Birds (21 tent sites)
  • Heritage Heights (8 tent sites)

The remaining pods are on the stream side of the road:

  • The Colony (34 tent sites) at the southern end.
  • Night Owls (21 tent sites) near the large pohutukawa tree.
  • Sleepy Hollow (11 tent sites) adjacent to the northern Norski toilet.
  • Early Birds (11 tent sites) at the northern end of the campground.

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080 or +64 9 379 6476

No. of tent sites:

142

Alerts:

None

Access to Campsite:

By boat,

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs

Last Update:

9/6/2023
Address:
Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This idyllic campsite is right by the beach. Explore the island’s walkways, stunning coastline, replanted native bush and ever-increasing wildlife.

Phone(s):

+64 9 379 6476
Email/Contact Us: aucklandvc@doc.govt.nz

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
Falls Road, Hunua, Auckland, North Island 2583

DESCRIPTION:

The Hunua Ranges encompass more than 14,000 hectares of native forest featuring four water catchment reservoirs, tramping tracks, mountain biking,
amazing scenery, fishing, swimming pools and waterfalls. The Hunuas are also
the site of Auckland’s only mainland kokako population and refuge to the
Hochstetter’s frog. Charges for the five campsites are $6 for adults and $4 for
children. These are remote sites with areas for tenting, basic toilets and water
(always boil first). No dogs or fires are allowed at these sites. There are also
two designated areas for self-contained vehicles. Annual passes are available.
There are no rubbish bins provided so please take out all rubbish when you
leave.

Booking campgrounds with an underage group

Campground bookings for an unsupervised group, under the age of 18:

You will need consent to make a campground booking when your group is aged 16 years and 17 years.

You will need to:

  1. Download the Regional Parks: Parental Consent Form
  2. Have your legal guardian complete and signed the form.
  3. Supply your completed form when you make your booking.

For health and safety reasons bookings for groups of people aged 15 years and under are not allowed, without appropriate supervision.

All other bookings for unsupervised group under the age of 18:

You will not be unable to make bookings for our baches, lodges and bookable sites. You may only use these sites with appropriate supervision.

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Phone(s):

09 366 2000
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This camping ground is only for fully self-contained units, there are NO toilets, showers, laundry or kitchen.

Overseeing Body:

Auckland City Council
Address:
150 Parkhurst Rd, Parakai,, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Parakai Springs Camping Ground is in the thermal heart of the Helensville district, northwest of Auckland. Parakai is well known for its many warm mineral swimming pools and water slide. The camping ground is adjacent, but quite separate from the pools. It has a nice playground for children. Sites are level and open. Picnic tables and some 7-8 hard stands for vans are provided.

Note this camping ground is only for fully self-contained
units, there are NO toilets, showers, laundry or kitchen.

There is a dump station here. A superette, family tavern and takeaway are within a stones throw of the camp. Campers get a reduced fee to use
the pools.

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Phone(s):

09 420 8998 or 0800 HOT POOLS

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Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
1230 Huia Rd, Huia,, Auckland, North Island 0604

DESCRIPTION:

Following Huia Road from Titirangi, Barn Paddock campsite, on the Western
side of Huia Bay, is part of the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. Combining
remote camping with an operating farm. Barn Paddock, is an undulating grassy
area surrounded by high, thickly wooded hills, with many walking tracks of
varying levels of difficulty nearby. There is cold water, long-drop toilets and an
all-purpose building with sinks, storage capacity or shelter from the elements.
Tent sites are $6 per adult and $4 per child. Annual camping passes are
available. Barn Paddock campsite, has a no animal and fire restriction.

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Phone(s):

09 3662000
Website:

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Regional Council Parks

Last Update:

13/02/2022
Address:
Mahurangi Heads West Road, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Mahurangi West
Driving North on State Highway 1, 6km past Wenderholm Regional Park,
turnright into Mahurangi West Rd then right into Ngarewa Drive and follow
tothe end of the road. There is another 8km to travel, the last 2 of which are
unsealed. There are two remote camping sites within the park. Te Muri Beach
and Mita Bay, both of which have no power and no vehicle access. Adults
$6 and children $4. For camping with vehicle access, there is Sullivan’s Bay,
adjacent to a delightful beach with grassy banks and pohutukawa trees for
shade. Adults $13 and children $6 The park also has toilets (some with
wheelchair access).

Mahurangi East
Access to Mahurangi East is by boat or kayak only. There is a small remote
camp site in a natural setting, handy to two beaches. Amenities include
long droptoilet and drinking water. It is only a short distance by water from
Mahurangi West or Salt Point. $6 per adult and $4 per child. There is a
designated area for self-contained campervans at Mahurangi West. Annual
passes are available for non-peak period camping. Dogs are not permitted at
Mahurangi East or West. There are no rubbish bins provided so be prepared
to take all rubbish when you leave

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Phone(s):

09 366 2000
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Address:
287 Martins Bay Road, Mahurangi East, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Martins Bay Holiday Park is a picturesque, hidden gem located just one hour
north of central Auckland. Located on the water’s edge you have Kawau
Island and the sparkling Hauraki Gulf at your doorstep. Enjoy the beachfront
atmosphere, discover the excellent fishing spots, boating, sailing or swimming
or just dig your toes in the sand and relax. A fully secure boat parking area is
available. Plenty to keep you occupied here, including kayak hire, fishing, bush
walking and a safe swimming beach with a floating pontoon. The spotless,
central amenities block has a kitchen with hotplate cooking stove, fridge,
freezer and microwave. The ablutions are superb with nicely kept 50 cent
metered showers, clean toilets and gas hot water. There is a modern well
maintained and equipped laundry. Good play equipment and a recreation
room opening out onto an attractive covered BBQ area. A dump station
is provided for campers. No animals here please. Be sure to book in the
holiday season, as this holiday park is very popular. Beachfront sites from $21
per adult. Seasonal rates apply

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Phone(s):

09 4255655
Address:
Great Barrier Island, Sandhills Rd, 0991, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent sites - 70 Surrounded by a mix of farmland, holiday homes and sand dunes, the campsite is sheltered and overlooks a tidal stream. The estuary is safe for swimming and the beautiful beach is popular for surfing. Vehicle access to launch boats for fishing. There is a shop and cafe approximately 4km north, and another shop and cafe approximately 6km to the south of the campsite.

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Phone(s):

09 4290044
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Address:
Awana Bay - Great Barrier Island, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a privately owned campground. Look for the sign at the gate. This rustic camping ground with large trees and level sites is a peaceful place to be with the kaka birds to entertain you. There are lots of old cars down the back of the paddock and to the right you will find the very basic facilities. A wood-burner provides hot water for showers
and taps. There are flush toilets. The cookhouse has a coal range and a sink
providing rain water. There is a wet weather shelter if needed. Your host is
Mickey O’Shea. Camping here will cost you $7 per person.

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Phone(s):

09 429 0140
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Alerts Modified Date: 2023-8-14 > Motuihe Island Wharf closed

Address:
Motuihe Island, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The Motuihe campsite is divided into five different areas, or 'pods': Confidence Site (3 tent sites), on the western side of the sealed road, 25m uphill from the toilet block. Parade Ground (28 tent sites), on the headland above wharf road. Follow the timber box steps 100m west of the toilet block. Captain Camping (8 tent sites), located at the end of the sealed road, uphill and to the left (325m). Puriri Ridge (5 tent sites), south of the sealed road amongst the puriri trees. Go uphill and around to the left (250m). Range Site (5 tent sites), south of the water tank tower. Go left off the sealed road (375m).

Phone(s):

09 5348095
Website:

No. of tent sites:

20 non-powered tent sites

35 non-powered/tent sites (bookings required)

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Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

24/04/2022
Address:
Motuora Island, Kawau Island, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

An island sanctuary for native flora and fauna, the camp is near a Māori historic site and early European settlement.

  • Total campground capacity: 36 people – 20 sites

Fees

  • Adult (18+ years): $8 per night
  • Child (5 - 17 years): $4 per night
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Fees from 1 July 2022

  • Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $5 per
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Passes

The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Campsite Pass bookings must be booked online before occupying a site. If you do not pre-book, bookings may be made by campground staff (if present) and will incur a $10 service charge.

Note there are biosecurity requirements for DOC campsite.

Phone(s):

+64 9 379 6476
Website:
Email/Contact Us: aucklandvc@doc.govt.nz

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
Muriwai Road, Muriwai, Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A windswept rugged coastline stretching 50 km north makes Muriwai one
of New Zealand’s most spectacular black sand surf beaches. At its southern
end, Otakamiro Point is the site of one of this country’s few mainland gannet
breeding colonies. The headland and offshore islands are also home to white
fronted terns (tara), blue penguins and fur seals (kekeno). Heading west from
Auckland, the turn off to Murwai is just past the township of Waimauku. The
camp is at the end of the road to Muriwai Beach. There is a café near the camp
entrance and a general store further up the road. The camp is run by a private
operator. There are 68 power sites and over 100 sites for tents. Dump points
are provided for vans. There are reasonable kitchen and laundry facilities, hot
showers and flushing toilets. Power sites are $28 per night includes 2 people.
Camp rates are $14 per adult, $7 per child and preschool are free.

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Phone(s):

09 366 2000
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Address:
Omana Beach Road, Maraetai, Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Omana has an extensive area for camping just above the beach, which is
reached through an appealing picnic park that has tables and BBQ’s, and a
purpose built campfire site. There are taps, one outdoor cold shower and
toilets with wheelchair access. Sites are $13 for adults and $6 for children.
There is a designated area in the car park for self-contained vehicles at $6 and
$6 for adults and children respectively. Annual passes are available. Rubbish
bins are provided for campers only.

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Phone(s):

09 3662000
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Address:
2 Orere Point Rd, Orere Point, 1750, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

An hour's drive east of Auckland airport is this relaxed and well-equipped camp, set in pleasant surroundings with a sparkling river alongside that boasts a large swimming hole and sheltered beach close by. In the attractively-planted grounds you can either find a remote spot or be sociable. The camp is split into two levels, on one level are 110 powered sites, some with permanent weekenders in residence. A central kitchen serves both levels and you can dine indoors or outside in the paved BBQ garden. A porch provides another washing-up area with hot water, fridge and a filtered drinking-water tap. There are several ablutions blocks with generous shower cubicles (metered) with shelves and dry space, hand driers are also available. From tots to teens there are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities to keep them happy all holiday long. Boaties can store their craft here or you can take a kayak out for a paddle. The local general store is beside the camp entrance and the library is opposite. An automatic laundry, internet facilities and dump point are provided. Power sites $48 per double, $11.50 child. Tent sites $44 per double, $11.50 per child. Seasonal rates will apply.

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Phone(s):

09 2922774
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Last Update:

27/05/2021
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Address:
265 Hibiscus Coast Hwy, Orewa, 0931, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Orewa Beach Holiday Park has been a popular beachfront camp
since its inception around 70 years ago! Located at the southern end of
lovely Orewa Beach, turn at the traffic lights. The grounds are flat, with big
pohutukawa trees, and over 300 power sites. Taps are plentiful. All are
serviced by excellent amenities, splendidly maintained, including disability
toilets and showers. There are sunny kitchen/dining areas plus gas BBQ’s.
Both laundries have automatic equipment. Two alternative recreation rooms give different options for relaxing. There is a boat ramp, dump station, Internet access and playground. No animals here please. Your hosts Karen and Nick
Brownlie can usually find you a place even in summer.

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Phone(s):

09 426 5832
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Address:
294 Orua Bay Road, Awhitu Peninsula, RD 4, Waiuku., Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Situated beside a sandy beach with spectacular views across Manukau Harbour to the Auckland city skyline, this quiet family camp is just over an hour_s drive from Auckland airport, on the northern shore of Awhitu Peninsula. Campsites are close to amenities which include an immaculate kitchen with 2 stoves, plenty of small appliances, fridge and freezer, along with some helpful utensils. The adjoining laundry has washing machine, dryer and just ask if you need an iron. The spotlessly clean ablutions have toilets for each gender, plus metered unisex showers and a huge disabled access/family suite. A baby_s bath is provided in the _Ladies_ with a cot and highchair available on request. A function room has a BBQ and some sociable indoor space for campers. A small shop for the _basics_ is open nearby in peak summer or there is a 7-day general store 10 minutes drive away. All sites have power, water and grey water disposal. Prices from $22 per adult & $11 per child. Your friendly hosts are Allan and Jane.

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Phone(s):

09 2351129
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Address:
Wellsford, 261 Pakiri River Road, Pakiri, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Pakiri Beach Holiday Park is just to the north of Leigh, this rural camp is right
on a superb east coast beach. The approach takes you along about 3km of
gravel road. Alongside the entrance is an office/store. Security gates protect
the camp from unwanted visitors. The camp is well laid out and the camping
area is spacious, flat and grassed with shelter from the predominant winds.
There are 15 power sites and 90 unpowered sites and a children’s playground
is set up in a tree-shaded corner near the entrance to the park. The basic
TV room adjoins a games room. The lined ablutions are in two blocks, with
roomy 50 cent metered showers plus a separate disability suite. The laundry
has good commercial wash and drying machines, with an annexe for tubs,
babies’ bath and ironing. The kitchen has gas hobs and all other facilities with
a servery to the smart dining room. A picnic marquee is great for summer
dining. No dogs here please. You hosts are Andre and Martie van Schalkwyk
who offer Eftpos. Ask about the kayaks. Unpowered camping sites start at $45. A day visitors fee may apply. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 422 6199
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@pakiriholidaypark.co.nz
Address:
150 Parkhurst Road, Parakai, New Zealand, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Aquatic Park Holiday Camp is in the thermal heart of the Helensville district, northwest of Auckland. Parakai is well known for its many warm mineral
swimming pools and water slide. The camping ground is adjacent, but quite
separate from the pools. It has a nice playground for children. Sites are level and open with big trees around the perimeter of the camp. Picnic tables and some hard stands for vans are provided. Over 100 sites here, most with power. A clean kitchen has microwave (there is no dining space), but plenty of preparation benches, a stove, hot plates and a fridge. The laundry facilities are excellent. The ablutions have a modest number of good hot showers and toilet facilities, however there is another block near the camp entrance. A good number of permanents are in residence, but there is plenty of space for casual campers. There is a dump station here. A superette, family tavern and takeaway are within a stones throw of the camp. Powered sites are $14 per person and unpowered $12 per person. Campers get a reduced fee to use the pools.

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Phone(s):

(09) 420 8998

Beach huts 1 person $50, 2 persons $60, extra adult $25, child any age $15

Address:
21 Seaview Road, Piha, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

New Zealand's most famous west coast surf beach, Piha, is tucked on the coastal fringes of the Waitakere Ranges and reached by a spectacular (but windy!) scenic drive. The domain camp is situated on a level grassy area, with some dividing hedges and trees. The camp is bounded by the imposing Lion Rock on its seaward side, with the remainder encircled by playing fields, a tennis court and a lagoon for the children (who also have a safe adventure playground). The ablution block has swipe-card access for hot showers. with an outdoor cold-water shower and toilets (including disabled access) open to the public. There is a camp kitchen and BBQ cook-up area and the local store, post office and pay phone are opposite the camp. This relaxed, family camping environment offers prime surfing and fishing. The rugged beach is safe for swimming if the rules are strictly adhered to _ swim between the flags! Fiona Anderson is your host. All sites are from $15 per person.

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Phone(s):

09 8128815
Website:
Email/Contact Us: pihacamp@xtra.co.nz

2 Motels, sleep up to 4 people, $120 to $135 each extra adult $12. 3 new kitchen cabins $95 to $110

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23 Marie Ave, Red Beach, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

More like a mini village than a camping ground, this 34-acre park rambles along the hills above the northern end of Red Beach. There are narrow winding streets, individually named, and clusters of own-your-own cottages with permanently leased sites. Mature trees shelter the attractive communal grassed area near the park entrance which has an excellent children_s playground and a small stage where live bands play and budding stars can practice. Alongside is a recreation hall with extra facilities. There are six small amenities blocks with brand new dining facilities next to a kitchen. A good tenting area with a BBQ available. There is internet access and you can master the game of table tennis. Xmas and New Year entertainment is a feature. Dogs are not permitted. A 'Jacob's Ladder' gives direct access to the beach at the north end of the park and a footbridge provides access to Red Beach, a Life guard serviced beach at the southern end.

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Phone(s):

09 4264526
Website:
Email/Contact Us: office@pinewood.co.nz

Tariff: Cabin $48, extra adult $19, extra child $13; power site $37, child under 15yrs $11, minimum charge $30; non-power site $31, child under 15yrs $11, minimum charge $23..

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Address:
25 Ararimu Road, Ramarama, RD 3, Drury, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Well signposted, this camp is sited in an elevated rural setting, just off the southern motorway at Ramarama, handy if you wish a no-frills overnight stopover. Adjacent to the camp is a 7-day store and takeaway. The extensive camping area is largely flat, with around 100 sites. The older-style kitchen has a full stove plus electric hobs, a big fridge/freezer and dining space. An ablution block, an automatic laundry and a dump point are provided. There is a T V lounge a games room. 

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Phone(s):

+64 9 294 8903
Website:
Email/Contact Us: ramarama.park@gmail.com
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Dog Policy:

Dogs are not permitted.

Last Update:

26/04/2023
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Address:
23 Marie Ave, Red Beach, New Zealand, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

More like a mini village than a camping ground, this 34-acre park rambles along the hills above the northern end of Red Beach. There are narrow winding streets, individually named, and clusters of own-your-own cottages with permanently leased sites. Mature trees shelter the attractive communal grassed area near the park entrance which has an excellent children's playground and a small stage where live bands play and budding stars can practice. Alongside is a recreation hall with extra facilities. There are six small amenities blocks with brand new dining facilities next to a kitchen. A good tenting area with a BBQ available. There is internet access and you can master the game of table tennis. Xmas and New Year entertainment is a feature.  A 'Jacob's Ladder' gives direct access to the beach at the north end of the park and a footbridge provides access to Red Beach, a Life guard serviced beach at the southern end.

Was previously the Pinewoods Motor Park. 

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Phone(s):

09 426 4526
Email/Contact Us: stay@redbeachtop10.co.nz
Address:
Rangiwhea Road, Waiuku, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The nearest camp to the township of Waiuku, this wee camp is adjacent to
a delightful public reserve and sandy beach at the southern-most point of
Manukau Harbour. The older-style amenities and basic ablutions are clean
and well-kept and a dump station is provided. A modestly-equipped kitchen
includes a laundry alcove. Excellent play equipment for the children and coin
operated BBQs are available in the reserve next door. Next to the camp is a
safe swimming area. Your host is John Crighton. Tent sites are $15 per person,
campsites $35 for two people or powered sites $45 for 2 people.

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Phone(s):

09 2359913
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Address:
1334 Sandspit Rd, Sandspit, 0982, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

7km from Warkworth, Sandspit Holiday Park is designed around family
camping with lots to keep the kids occupied for hours. The camp has its
own little beach and jetty, with a floating pontoon. free kayaks are available.
The games hall has table tennis, soccer and pool tables. Take a walk down
memory lane through the pioneer village of yesteryear. A brand new kitchen
and ablutions block has just been completed. In the kitchen is a huge table
and large doors leading to a covered deck, The ultra-modern showers and
toilet are new. Enjoy your evenings in the BBQ/dining area. Play a game of maxi chess while the meal cooks, meanwhile the children can get friendly
with the donkeys and sheep. An ‘olde’ picture theatre houses the TV room;
maybe spend some quiet time in the camp library. Safe swimming here for
the children plus many other outdoor activities in the area. Wireless Internet
available. Your hosts are Jared and Zena Morrison.

This holiday park has 7 beachfront camp sites at $24 per night ($48 Peak rate) and standard camp sites at $23 per night ($46 Peak rate). There are also hardstand sites for Motorhomes and caravans at $23 per night ($46 Peak rate).

You can view a map of the camp here

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Phone(s):

09 425 8610
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Address:
1468 Whangaparaoa Road, Army Bay, Whangaparaoa, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Shakespear Regional Park is right at the tip of the Whangaparaoa Peninsula,
and well signposted from State Highway 1. There is a recreational area with
camping a6t Te Haruhi Bay, just a few steps to the beach. There is also a level
area with picnic tables and plenty of cabbage trees, but minimal shade. There
is no power here, but outdoor sinks, cold-water showers and flush toilets with
basins and paper towels are available. No animals allowed in the entire park
as it is an open santuary. The whole place is alive with bird life, and resident
peacocks will share their park with you. Charges are $13 per adult and $6 per
child. There is no charge for preschoolers. There is a designated area for selfcontained
vehicles for $6 and $4 for adults and children respectively. Annual
passes are available for nonpeak period camping. There are no rubbish bins
provided at Auckland Regional Parks, so be prepared to take out all rubbish
when you leave.

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Phone(s):

09 3662000
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64 Cape Barrier Rd, RD1, Tryphena, Great Barrier Island., Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

It maybe back to nature in GBI but you will find a few comforts here. There’s
room for about 14 tents in a grassy area beside the lodge. Campers can
access the lodge restaurant for meals and fabulous Pizzas. You can use the
fully equipped lodge kitchen, hot showers, and flush toilets. Pick-up from the
Great Barrier Island’s Tryphena wharf and Claris airport is by arrangement.
The office and reception is open 9am-12.30 and 6pm-7.30pm. Camping costs
$15 per person per night.

Notes on the following Department of Conservation Campsites on Great
Barrier Island:
The DOC campsites on the island are all in beautiful coastal settings and
adjacent to important wildlife habitats for endangered birds such as the Brown
Teal and Banded Rail. Please do not bring your domestic pets. Cooking
fires are permitted in fireplaces provided at Akapoua and The Green only.
For this reason bring your own portable gas or spirit fuel cookers. No
alcohol is permitted at the campsites. Rubbish may be managed during the
peak summer period only, so ‘pack-in-pack-out’ at all other times. Please do
not disturb stock and shut all gates behind you. To avoid disappointment,
prior booking, registration and payment of fees are essential before arrival.
Bookings are made through Department of Conservation Area Office, Port
Fitzroy, Great Barrier Island (fax 09 429-0044) (09 429-0071).

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Phone(s):

09 429 0109
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Address:
Kaitoke Beach, Great Barrier Island., Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Established in 1922 as an army camp on a 200ha private farm, this beachfront campground is situated on the southern part of beautiful Kaitoke Beach, close to the Mermaid pool. The grounds are covered with large trees, providing
3 private areas to camp. The water supply is sourced from an underground
spring, Rubbish collection, long drop toilets and 2 outside cold showers are
provided but no kitchen (just washing-up facilities). Your host is Christina and
camping costs $12 per adult per night and $6 per child (5 to 13 yrs).

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Phone(s):

09 429 0229
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Dog Policy:

By arrangement

Last Update:

11/06/2022
Address:
22 The Promenade, Takapuna, 622, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

From South and Harbour Bridge: exit Esmonde Road. Second left into Barry's Point Road. Carry on to traffic lights and turn right into Anzac St. 2nd roundabout left into Hurstmere Rd. The Promenade is next on right. From North: Exit Northcote Rd. Follow signs to Takapuna. 2nd roundabout left into Hurstmere Rd. The Promenade is next on right. This is definitely a top spot! Absolute beachfront camping, right next to the water - with superb views of Rangitoto Island. The busy Takapuna shopping centre is just a block away, the local beach reserve and boat ramp are next door and there's a new modern cafe at the camp entrance. The camp area is quite open, but the growing palm trees add a tropical touch. The large outdoor deck alongside the kitchen has a gas BBQ, space for dining and spectacular views! The kitchen is powered by gas and has a microwave and plenty of fridge space. A large laundry offers automatic equipment and an ironing board. The ablutions are starting to date, with plenty of mirrors and roomy shower cubicles, including a disabled access suite. A  key combination system operates for access to these services (code available from the office). Other extras include a car wash, internet _caravan_ and wireless hotspot. 25 casual camping sites are available; with waterfront sites costing $69 for two people, standard powered sites $59 for two.

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Phone(s):

(09) 489 7909
Address:
Deerys Rd, Orere Point,, Auckland, North Island 2585

DESCRIPTION:

The park is on the scenic route south of Orere Point. It is well signposted,
and the Pou (Maori carved totem poles) mark the entry to the park. There
are two camping grounds; one on the beach and the other on an elevated
site above the beach. Sites are grassy and serviced only by vault toilets,
taps and an outdoor cold shower. The park has good driving roads and the
beach has BBQ’s and picnic tables. Campsites are $13 for adults, $6 for
children. There is no charge for preschoolers. There is also two designated
areas for self-contained campervans. Annual passes are available
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Phone(s):

09 301 0101
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Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
Tawharanui Peninsula,, Auckland, North Island 0986

DESCRIPTION:

If you are looking for the tranquillity of a remote camp bounded by a variety
of beaches and endless open spaces in harmony with pockets of native bush,
you will enjoy this park. From Warkworth, carry on to Matakana, from here
the park is well sign-posted. Towed caravans are not permitted. This is a lovely
drive and the roading within the park is good. There are delightful picnic spots
and room for 260 campers within the two designated areas. The east campground
is for tents only, and the west campground is for all forms of camping.
No power is available, but there are good clean toilets and taps are found
at intervals. The grounds are well-groomed and level-to-undulating. Access
to the nearest beaches and sand dunes is over stiles. The camp grounds are
within a marine reserve but there are other parts of the park where you can
fish. No dogs or fires are permitted. Sites are $13 per adult and $6 per child.

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Phone(s):

09 3662000
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Overseeing Body:

Auckland Council
Address:
265 Kawakawa Bay Coast Road, Orere Point, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This small scenic park is located at the end of the Kawakawa Bay Coast Road. Accessible from Waiti Bay only at low tide, Tawhitokino offers safe swimming and a beautiful, secluded stretch of white sand beach backed by regenerating bush and farmland.

Booking campgrounds with an underage group

Campground bookings for an unsupervised group, under the age of 18:

You will need consent to make a campground booking when your group is aged 16 years and 17 years.

You will need to:

  1. Download the Regional Parks: Parental Consent Form
  2. Have your legal guardian complete and signed the form.
  3. Supply your completed form when you make your booking.

For health and safety reasons bookings for groups of people aged 15 years and under are not allowed, without appropriate supervision.

All other bookings for unsupervised group under the age of 18:

You will not be unable to make bookings for our baches, lodges and bookable sites. You may only use these sites with appropriate supervision.

 

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Phone(s):

(09) 366 2000

No. of tent sites:

15

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

14/04/2023
Address:
The Green Camping Area Whangaparapara Road, Great Barrier Island / Aotea, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Situated on Great Barrier Island.

Set amongst remains of timber milling, kauri logging and whaling history, The Green is the smallest DOC campground on the . North of here is the entry to the track network and Forest Road (closed to vehicles), with foot access to the hot springs and Port Fitzroy to the north. Nearby Whangaparapara has a wharf and small community. The harbour and coastline are good for fishing and kayaking.

Phone(s):

+64 9 379 6476
Email/Contact Us: aucklandvc@doc.govt.nz

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
Off Hunua Road from Papakura, Auckland Regional Council, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This campground is in the Hunua Ranges Regional Park, These bush clad ranges
with streams, waterfalls and magnificent vistas offer a natural playground less
than an hours drive from Auckland. The park is the largest native forest in
the Auckland region. Based at Upper Mangatawhiri carpark, this campsite has
flush toilets and taps, though water must be boiled for drinking. There is plenty
of shade and a nearby streamfor swimming. There is access to the park’s
walking and mountain biking tracknetwork, which includes many spectacular
viewpoints. There are no rubbish bins provided so please take out all rubbish
when you leave. Camping is $6 per adult and $4 for children. Annual passes
are available.

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Phone(s):

09 301 0101
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Address:
1748 E Coast Rd, Orere Point, Whakatiwai 2473, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

On East Coast Road, past Kaiaua, Waharau Regional Park is a well established
multi-purpose park with many walking tracks into the eastern Hunua Ranges.
Individual campers may choose between two camps. Closest to the road is
Tainui Tribes Campsite, where there are grassy sites with glimpses of the water.
There are six power sites and a sturdy ablution block with hot showers and
plenty of toilets. This site is not available from December till mid-February
each year.
Blackberry Flats is through the farm gate and is a grassy paddock with picnic
tables and a bush boundary. Campsites, are $13 per adult and $6 per child.
There is no charge for preschoolers. There is also a designated area for self-
contained campervans. Annual passes are available. There are no rubbish bins
provided at Auckland Regional Parks, so be prepared to take out
all rubbish when you leave.
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Phone(s):

09 301 0101
Website:

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
Auckland Regional Council Parks, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The Waitakere Ranges Regional Park forms a wilderness buffer zone between
Auckland and the rugged coastline of the Tasman Sea. There are many
outstanding natural features to explore, such as waterfalls, beaches, streams
andwildlife. The ranges cover a broken area from the northern coastline of the
Manukau harbour to Muriwai, offering a number of recreational opportunities
such as swimming, surfing, tramping, fishing, boat launching, horse riding, runing,
walking, picnicking, or just relaxing. The park has 10 backpacker campsites in
a variety of coastal, bush, and farm settings, all with access to water and basic
toilet facilities. There are no animals or fires allowed at any of these sites.
Prices are $6 for adults and $4 for children. There are also designated areas
within the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park for self-contained vehicles. Annual
camping passes are available. There are no rubbish bins provided within the
Waitakere Ranges, so be prepared to take out all rubbish when you leave.

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Phone(s):

09 301 0101

Overseeing Body:

Auckland Regional Council Parks
Address:
37 Schischka Road, Waiwera, 0873, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Wenderholm is alongside a stunning beach at the mouth of the Puhoi River.
Its prime purpose is for day visitors, although an area is set aside for camping.
You will have a nice level site between the mangroves and the (fenced) sheep
paddock. There are taps and a long drop. There are bush walks within the
park notable for their native flora and fauna. No dogs or fires are permitted.
Charges are $13 per adult, $6 per child. There is a designated area for selfcontained
vehicles for $6 and $4 for adults and children respectively. Annual
passes are available for non-peak period camping. There are no rubbish bins
provided, so be prepared to take out all rubbish when you leave.

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Phone(s):

09 366 2000
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Address:
522 Swanson Road, Ranui, Auckland, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This urban park is predominantly flat and provides row-upon-row of small
caravans and cabins for its semi-permanent residents. Casual travellers should
expect little holiday atmosphere here. A key-access barrier arm controls the
camp entrance, with 24-hour security provided. The usual camping amenities
have two well-loved ablution blocks (clean and tidy), an automatic laundry, and
a kitchen with a good variety of cooking equipment. Pets by arrangement.
Your hosts are Darryl and Anne. They have about 12 sites avalible from $20
for two for tents, or power $25 for 2 people. Minimum charges apply. Not
recommended for your holiday

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Phone(s):

09 8322995
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