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Address:
580 Hoyle Rd, Okahu 0374, Northland, North Island

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Arapohue Bush Camp Trust runs the Reading for Rascals programme at Windy Ridge Boys Farm, Warkworth.

It is an alternative programme run by Graham and Joan Crawshaw for boys struggling to achieve literacy in the traditional school environment.

The couple opened their first camp in 1962 on the family farm near Dargaville and have been working with underprivileged children ever since.

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Phone(s):

09 4394993
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Address:
Dargaville, Seaview Road, Baylys Beach, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Discover Baylys Beach just north of Dargaville. This magnificent mega-beach stretches as far as the eye can see. Although the camp is not beachside, it has pleasant level lawn sites with large perimeter trees. Camping is on 22 sites with power; some have hard stands. Tent space is plentiful. The kitchen is large, with plenty of eating areas both inside and out, and cooking by hot plates, and microwave. A fridge/freezer is provided. A BBQ pavilion has a gas BBQs and a sink. Children have a playground. The ablutions are very clean with good free showers, towel, liquid soap and hand dryers at the basins. The laundry has automatic washing and drying equipment. Nearby is 7 day shopping with two shops, a licensed caf_ and a licensed general store, or visit the Funky Fish. You can hire golf clubs at the camp and there is a dump station for paying guests only. Your hosts, Trish and Mark Rolfe will tell you about Waipoua Kauri Forest trips, and horse treks. Hire a quad bike and see more of the beach. All sites are $18 per adult, $10 per child and the camp is pet friendly.

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Phone(s):

09 439 6349
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Address:
RD 4 Hikurangi, Whangaruru, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Turn off the coastal road from Russell. Nothing bland about this camp, which
dominates both bays on each side of the isthmus. Water taps are at all 40
power sites. There are 2 blocks of clean basic ablutions. The showers have
$1 tokens. The kitchen is small but clean. Automatic laundry equipment is
provided. The camp store has Eftpos and is open longer hours, during peak
season. Extra charges apply for waterfront sites: beachfront powered sites $22 per person, non
powered $20 and rear tent sites are $21 for power and $19 non powered.
Seasonal Rates apply. Wayne and Tupou are your hosts. Small friendly dogs
are welcome.

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Phone(s):

09 4336759
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5 Kitchen cabins, priced from $70 for two people. $10 extras. $140 peak season, up to 5 people (Bedding may be hired)
1 Deluxe kitchen cabin from $90 per night for 2 people. $20 extras. $190 peak season, up to 5 people.
1 Cove Bach from $100 per night for 2 people, $20 extras. $220 peak season rate for up to 5 people
Self-contained from $100 per night for 2 people.
$20 extras, $240 peak season, up to 5 people.

Address:
869 Cove Road, RD 2, Waipu Cove, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp Waipu Cove is right on the foreshore as you can see. Within the camp are 140 powered sites and 32 non powered sites, these are well lit at night. Throughout the camp modern amenities blocks have heaps of hot water, spacious and airy ablutions with metered showers, nice kitchens, dining areas and laundries which are well-equipped with automatic machines. There is an all weather TV room, adventure play equipment, trampolines, a boat ramp and a medical facility are available in summer. Wi-fi (additional cost) and a dump station are available too. No animals here please. Your hosts are Anton and Lucy. Power sites are from $22 for 1 adult, and non-power from $20. Seasonal rates apply. Site rates are $44 peak (unpowered) for 2 adults, $38 shoulder, and $34 winter. Follow us on Facebook.

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Phone(s):

(09) 432-0410
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Email/Contact Us: info@campwaipucove.com
Address:
18 Gladstone Street , Dargaville, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

**** This campervan park has closed ****

This comfortable camp is in the centre of town, just off the main street and
a very short walk to the adjacent shops and restaurants. There is a camp
kitchen with stove, sink, microwave, and all necessary pots, pans, cutlery and crockery. Some powered sites have private en-suites if required ($20 per adult) or there are spotless disabled friendly shower rooms with basin and toilet. All sites have fresh water and there is a dump station. There are 20 sites, 18 powered ($15 per adult) and non- powered sites ($12 per adult) Ray, Lucy and Paul are your hosts.

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Phone(s):

09 4398479
Address:
10 Onslow Street, Dargaville, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a well presented camp in a quiet location about 1 km from the town
centre and close to the Olympic size swimming pool. A focal point is the
outdoor kitchen/BBQ area, well lit at night with a generous amount of seating.
A playground is alongside. Flowers and trees are dotted around this level
camp. The amenities are smart and up-to-date. In the corridor kitchen
there is plenty of bench space. Cooking by microwave, full stove or hot
plates. The laundry hosts automatic equipment and an ironing centre. Great
housekeeping here. The Jacobs are the hosts. Sites from $18 per person.

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Phone(s):

09 4398296

No. of tent sites:

20

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Glenfalls Campsite closed

Overseeing Body:

Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only.

Last Update:

5/5/2023
Address:
Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island
Napier, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island
Napier Port, Napier, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A basic campsite in the Hawke's Bay area. Fish, swim, canoe or raft in the river.

Phone(s):

+64 6 834 3111
Email/Contact Us: napier@doc.govt.nz

Last Update:

29/03/2023
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Address:
Goat Island Road, Leigh, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Pay a visit to the Marine Reserve at Goat Island; explore the waters with
friendly, colourful fish. Just up the road from the beach there is a farm/camping
spot that enjoys sea views and caters for families, with a playground and lots
of areas to explore. There are a number of level camping areas, though only
8 sites with power. The main building houses a fully catered kitchen with all
utensils and other facilities, a lounge with TV and a pool table, tidy ablutions
with free hot showers and a porch laundry. The outside dining and BBQ area
are open to the elements. Here you can gather around the bonfire in the
evening.  Dive gear can be hired. All sites are from $18
to $25 per person. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 422 6185
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Address:
Kai Iwi Lakes Road, Omamari, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Come stay and play at Kai Iwi Lakes, Taharoa Domain, one of New Zealand's best holiday spots. Only three hours from Auckland, 35 kilometres from Dargaville. Nestled amongst 538 hectares of premier recreation reserve with walking and cycling tracks and white sand freshwater dune lakes renowned for their jewel-like beauty and clear waters. Perfect for a wonderful camping experience with the choice of two camp grounds located on lake foreshore, both offering an ideal camping experience for tents, caravans or motorhomes. Pine Beach has campsites, wash and shower facilities, two flushing toilet blocks, pontoon, playground and summer seasonal services, including mobile shop and camp staff located onsite. Sites are $10 per night and there are a limited number of powered sites, at an extra charge of $10 that must be booked as per the other sites at the camp ground. Promenade Point has camping areas and a toilet block however no shower facilities, and is a true relaxed kiwiana camping experience. There is a strict no pets policy to protect the native wildlife. The Taharoa Domain reserve's beautiful crystal clear Kai Iwi Lakes are ideal for safe swimming, kayaking, fishing, boating and water skiing.

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Phone(s):

09 4390986
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Email/Contact Us: lakes@kaipara.govt.nz
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Address:
7 Opouteke Road, Dargaville, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Magnificent manicured lightly terraced grounds lead gently down to a natural swimming pool in the river. The sites are large and well treed, many having
their own picnic tables and there are vast open areas for recreation and a
childrens’ play area. The facilities are excellent, clean and spruce. The large
kitchen/living room has a large covered dining deck (with BBQ’s) overlooking
the river. A kauri servery opens to the spacious wood panelled social/dining
room with TV. The ablutions are not numerous, but are clean and tiled, with
liquid soap, hair dryers, plus a disability suite. The laundry has auto washing
and dryer. Internet access is available. At the office/shop you can arrange a
guided night walk where you may see a kiwi roaming. Bookings essential for
the night walk. Secluded in the fold of bush-clad hills, this topnotch camp is
close to the kauri forests, 33km north of Dargaville. Your hosts are Chris and
Jane McCombs. IAC wifi is available, cell coverage limited. Camping costs
from $44 per person and $11 per child. Seasonal rates apply
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Phone(s):

+64 9 439 0621
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@kauricoasttop10.co.nz

Last Update:

29/11/2022
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Address:
Kellys Bay Road, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Take the Kellys Bay turnoff as signposted from Pouto Rd. The next 6 km is metal (slow down and take quietly).

This is home to spectacular flocks of oyster catchers, stilts, terns and other sea birds. The camp is a tidy level grassed area across the road from the waters of this quiet sheltered bay.

There are 14 power and 10 non powered sites. Facilities are minimal, water taps and clean long drop toilets only.

A two cubicle shed is provided so you can use your own solar shower.

There is good shell and boat fishing, while the children have a safe swimming beach and colourful play equipment.

Eftpos is provided (Debit card only) and the last stop for petrol is Dargaville, so make sure you have plenty to get you back. The last shop is at Te Kopuru. So please ensure you have plenty of food. Terry and Jenny are your hosts.

Charges: available here, half way down the page.

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Phone(s):

021 288 0391
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Address:
2 Mangawhai Heads Rd, Mangawhai Heads, 0505, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Mangawhai Heads Holiday Park is right on the estuary. This camp is divided
in two by the entrance road. On the south side level sites are fairly open,
with a few trees. Up to 88 power sites and 111 tent sites. Good beachstyle
metred ablutions. A bright sunny kitchen has ceramic hobs, ovens, fridge
and plenty of bench space, but no inside dining. A good automatic laundry is
alongside. On the north side of the road is the camp office leading to a more
secluded setting, with some attractive sheltered spots for tenting and views
directly through the Heads to the ocean. Here there is an attractive play area,
a block of basic toilets and two showers that are handy. ($1 for 7 minutes)
This is a lovely coastal spot with a choice of camping amenities. The hosts here
are Richard and Noela Gunson. Power sites are $18 per adult, $8 per child
and tent sites are from $16 per adult. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 4314675
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Address:
66 Church Rd, Matakohe, 0593, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Here is a special little camp with welcoming, helpful hosts. Set in 20 acres of land, the _business area_ occupies an elevated platform overlooking the Kaipara harbour on both sides. A track leads you down to the beach. The sites are gently terraced with each level offering private nooks surrounded by trees, and each has its own picnic table. There are 30 neat sites (some with individual lights). First class amenities are set in a colonial style building. The kitchen/lounge and dining area are lavishly equipped and stylish with a comfortable TV area. Free gas BBQ_s are available. An on-site store provides basics. Wireless and broadband internet are available. You can enjoy a game of Petanque, while, for the children, there is an adventure play area. A very comfortable stay while you enjoy water views over the Kaipara. Visit the Matakohe Kauri Museum at the entrance and dine at the hotel next door. Your hosts are Vanessa and Francis. All sites are $20 per person, Children under 14yrs are $10. Seasonal rates may apply.

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Phone(s):

09 4316431
Address:
Whananaki North, 42 Rockell Road, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A magical spot this is ‘real Kiwi camping’. The camp stretches over a promontory
and gives access across two beaches. One cliff has sites with spectacular views,
with access right down to the water in the second bay. You will be spoiled for
choice here; take your pick, sea view, green valley or beachside. Many sites are
hewn from the hillside where you will be quite a distance from your neighbour.
This camp is a working farm so please leave your dog at home. You will need
to be self-sufficient as there are just cold water showers, but numerous taps
and pit toilets are dotted around. There is no power, but freezer space may
be hired in the building near the entrance which also has a recharge centre for
all those gadgets. No fires are allowed, use gas only.

Your hosts, the Barron family live at the camp entrance. Charges for adults are $15 and for children
(5 to14 years) $7 with a minimum site charge of $30 in peak season.

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Phone(s):

09 433 8252
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No. of tent sites:

130

Fires Allowed?:

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

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car, caravan.
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs.

Last Update:

31/7/2023
Address:
Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp in a beach-front setting with large pōhutukawa trees for shade. Relax on the beach or walk along the coast.

Bookings required.

Located in Whananaki area in the Northland region.

Phone(s):

+64 9 433 8402
Email/Contact Us: otamure@xtra.co.nz
Address:
208 Rockell Road, Whananaki, Northland, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

No bookings required _ first come/first served. Camp hosts on site from Labour Weekend to Easter - +64 9 433 8402 Self-registration during off-peak period Back-country hut pass does not apply Campervan access / eligible for NZMCA pass (except during peak period) View the camp rules

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Phone(s):

09 4338402
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Dog Policy:

By prior arrangement only
Address:
Pahi Beach Holiday Park, 666 Pahi Road, Pahi, 0571, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

 
Please note that this camp is now open under COVID-19 Level 2, with strict guidelines in place.

ESCAPE THE HUSTLE & BUSTLE VISIT BEAUTIFUL PAHI

Pahi Beach Holiday Park is situated on the tranquil shores of one of the most picturesque arms of the Kaipara Harbour.
The Holiday Park sits at the waters edge giving easy access to New Zealand’s Largest harbour.  An ideal spot to launch your
boat at the all tide ramp, fish from the wharf, explore or walk the shores.  You can holiday at our park with your campervan, caravan or tent on our level powered or non-powered sites,or maybe stay in our on-site cabin. Just 1.5 – 2 hours drive from Auckland on  SH1, turning left at Brynderwyns onto SH12 heading towards Matakohe and the Kauri Coast. Take the first left past the Paparoa village and you will find us at the end of Pahi Road.
The park is well appointed with the following facilities:

  • Camp Store – Basic provisions and bait
  • Eftpos and Credit cards accepted
  • Well equipped kitchen and laundry facilities
  • Separate shower and toilet facilities
  • TV – Wifi available
  • Wheelchair access
  • Children's playground
  • Dogs permitted by prior arrangement
  • Dump station
  • Large hardstand area for larger caravans 

Your Hosts: Julie and Andrew Kenny

Phone(s):

09 431 7322
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No. of tent sites:

12

Fires Allowed?:

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

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-4-25 > Eastern Te Paki track closures

Access to Campsite:

By foot.

Fees:

Free!

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs

Last Update:

1/8/2023
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Address:
Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp in a picturesque setting in beautiful Pandora bay. Only accessible on foot and with minimal facilities, this is the spot for those seeking a true wilderness experience.

Bookings not required - first come, first served

Located in Te Paki Recreation Reserve in the Northland region

Phone(s):

+64 9 408 6014
Email/Contact Us: kaitaia@doc.govt.nz
Address:
Cnr S Hwy 12 and Pahi Road, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Turn the corner into Pahi Road to find the entrance. Paparoa is a small community with shopping and services. The camp offers 20 power sites with taps. The lawn is level and easy for tenters. A very smart new laundry has a comfy couch to relax while the washing finishes. The amenities include a good disability suite and roomy but limited ablutions, (the showers are free). A multi-purpose room has a basic kitchen with a full stove and microwave. Outside is a covered dining area, this is adjacent. to the kitchen. Internet is available, and a dump station and car wash. Eftpos with credit card facilities are now available. Your friendly hosts are Ken and Betty Cairns. Sites $15 per person per night. Free wifi available.

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Phone(s):

09 4316515

Last Update:

2/5/2023
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Address:
Pouto Road, Dargaville, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

67 km from Dargaville with 10km of good gravel road, Pouto Point is at the
end of the road, but well worth the trip. Peaceful camping with 8 power
points, on a flat grassed area that has commanding views over the outer
Kaipara Harbour. Here you can watch the sunrise, go swimming, kayaking
and fishing or, for landlubbers, hire a quad and explore the thousands of acres
of sand dunes. Guided sand safaris are run from the camp. Facilities are
in the restored 1879 kauri building, which was New Zealand’s first Custom
House. A common room with tables, TV and stereo, plus a well-equipped
clean kitchen that has everything you will need. There are very modern
clean showers with hot water cost a $1 for 2 minutes. Laundry is $3 per load. New compositing
flush toilets have recently been installed. No shopping, fuel or Eftpos here,
so come prepared. For intrepid 4 wheel drivers, enquire from John how you
can get away from civilization along the 100 km of pristine beach at low tide.
Your hosts Janeen and Robin in the house next door will make you very welcome.
For current prices, refer here.

This site offers Family rooms in the hall...

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Phone(s):

09 435 0596 or +64 28 851 47108
Website:
Email/Contact Us: hello@poutocampground.co.nz

No. of tent sites:

20

Alerts:

None

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car, caravan,

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs.

Last Update:

5/5/2024
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Address:
Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

 

Camp at the eastern edge of the forest, close to kauri trees. Look out for kiwi and short-tailed bats. This is an ideal base for day or overnight tramps.

Phone(s):

0800 275 362
Email/Contact Us: bayofislands@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

90 non-powered/tent sites

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-1 > Picnic Bay to Puriri Bay track closed

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs please.

Last Update:

14/02/2022
Address:
1009 Whangaruru North Road, Whangaruru, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Whangaruru camping ground is at Puriri Bay within the Whangaruru North
Head Scenic Reserve, and 2km past Bland Bay (unsealed). The area is very
attractive with sheltered waters. Enjoy walking, swimming, boating and other
water sports. The campground faces west, with 90 sites overlooking the
Whangaruru Harbour. Flat to gently sloping grounds have scattered native
plantings. Four toilet blocks are provided plus one enclosed and one open-air
cold shower. There is good filtered drinking water on site.  No pets or
fires please.

Fees from 1 July 2022

9 February to 25 December

  • Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $7.50 per night
  • Infant (0–4 years): free

26 December to 8 February

  • Adult (18+ years): $18 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $9 per night
  • Infant (0–4 years): free

Pay when making an online booking, on arrival to the camp host, or at the self registration stand when there is no camp host on site.

Passes

The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Phone(s):

+64 9 433 6160
Email/Contact Us: puriribay@gmail.com
Address:
41 Black Swamp Road, PO Box 2, Mangawhai, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Only 400 metres off the main road, down an avenue of citrus trees, is this
superb holiday park. A large proportion of the park is owner occupied.
There are some available sites for casuals dotted around but a cluster of prime
riverside sights have been set aside for the holidaymaker. Gaze across the
well-kept lawns to the tidal estuary with farmland in the distance. A spic and
span central ablutions block is nicely tiled, has metered showers and includes
a disability suite. The roomy kitchen/dining has ovens, cooktops, microwaves
and instant boiling water but you need to provide your own cutlery, pots and plates. Alongside is a large lounge and an exchange library opening to a
recreation room with pool table, darts and table tennis. The laundry is wellequipped
and has an iron. There is a central play area for the children including
a trampoline. Dump station for guests only. There is a filleting bench, but ALL
fish waste MUST be removed from the park. The 2hr return walk beside the
tidal river to the sea will give your legs a good stretch. All sites are from $18
per adult, children $9. Seasonal rates apply.

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Address:
184 Waipouri Lane RD 3 Tutukaka Whangarei, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Rocky Bay Cove is available for exclusive hire (one booking only at a time) throughout the year. Note: In winter heavy rain may limit site access to four wheel drive vehicles only. ( A four wheel drive vehicle is available to access the site if necessary.)

  • Bookings are limited to a maximum of 12 people. The minimum stay is two nights.
  • An additional cost is a cleaning fee which is $10 a night subject to a $50 maximum.
  • Fee includes use of all facilities and equipment: boat ramp, mooring, floating golf green (golf balls and clubs provided), fishing gear, crayfish pots, snorkelling gear, life jackets, dinghy. A refundable bond of $250 is required.
  • There is ample parking. Campervans are permitted.
  • Contact us for further information
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Phone(s):

021 718 478
Website:
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Last Update:

23/09/2022
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Address:
21 Ruakaka Beach Rd, Ruakaka, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Ruakaka Beach Holiday Park is on the Bream Bay Coast. There are 264 sites with power and 80 sites non-powered. Choose from a wide variety of sites, some overlooking the estuary and sea. This camp has bird-conservation areas and resident ducks. There are excellent ablutions. All have token metered showers in over seven different blocks, plus disability facilities; all spotlessly clean. The automatic laundry equipment is first class. The kitchens are tidy, with limited appliances. A kitchen block has been built. recently For the active camper there is tennis, fishing plus other seaside options, and for the children, a playground. A secured boat parking area and fish cleaning bench is provided. You can walk through the camp to a 7-day grocery shop. A sewerage and dump point, plus car/boat wash facilities are provided. Please no pets here.

Accommodation Options

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Phone(s):

09 433 7590
Website:
Email/Contact Us: ruakaka@motorcamp.co.nz
Address:
Kaipara District, 6132 Pouto Road, Pouto, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Situated one hour south of Dargaville on the Pouto Peninsular is this working
farm set in a remote location. Campsites are either side of the estuary at
Sheehans Creek. There is no power, or shops, so come well prepared. The
toilets are of the long drop variety and the camp is rustic, but If you wish for
quiet and solitude this is the place to come. Activities include: fishing off the
beach, setting the net for bait and flounders, watching the varied bird life in and
around the creek. From here you can visit the fresh water lakes on the sand
dunes, tramp several different routes or visit the historic lighthouse. Please
phone before coming. Tariff $15 per head per night. Your hosts are Logan
Forrest and Joyce Melville.

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Phone(s):

09 439 4305
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Dog Policy:

We are a pet friendly Campground - please discuss with the Camp Manager.

Last Update:

28/02/2023
Address:
S Hwy 1-PO Box 536, Warkworth, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Note: This campground is now open for bookings.
Located just 5kms north of Warkworth on State Highway One and nestled in the beautiful Dome Valley, Sheepworld Campground offers a convenient place to stay. Set in park like grounds with a very rustic charm, we extend a warm welcome to all our domestic and international guests.
The region has a lot to offer with stunning white sandy beaches, marine parks, walking tracks, world class wineries, award winning restaurants, cafes, and other outdoor activities including Sheepworld next door. Just a short 5-minute drive away is the town of Warkworth, where you will find a wide range of shops including supermarkets for all your travelling requirements.
Our facilities include a Cookhouse, Toilets & Showers and a  Laundry. 
 
We are a pet friendly Campground - please discuss with the Camp Manager. Casual arrivals between 8am and 8pm. Please email or phone to book ahead and let us know if you will be arriving outside these times so that we can let you know the site number that you have been allocated. This will enable you to quietly enter the grounds and the Camp Manager will greet you in the morning.
 
We ask that you vacate the Campground by 10am on your day of departure unless other arrangements are made direct with the Camp Manager.
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Phone(s):

09 425 4623 or (021) 677 376
Website:
Email/Contact Us: admin@sheepworldcamp.co.nz

Bunk house with bathroom $20 per person per night.
Cabins for two people $25 per person per night.
RV 1st March - 30th November $20 per vehicle.

Address:
658 Okahukura Road, Tapora, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Thirty kms from Wellsford on the Kaipara Harbour; 12 of kms gravel road. Four wheel drive track to beach for great fishing and kite surfing. Walkway from camp is 1.2 kms. Modern clean ablution block with fully equipped kitchen area. No charge for showers. No shopping, fuel or eftpos here.

Phone(s):

09 422 1822 or 021 170 4466
Website:
Email/Contact Us: dewalie@xtra.co.nz

Cabin.

Sleeps 3, fridge, TV with free view, table and chairs and comes with linen Cost $50 for one per night, each extra adult $15.

Last Update:

27/04/2021
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Address:
Komiti Road, Tinopai, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

From S Hwy 12 turn onto Matakohe West Road. An easy 20 minute drive takes you through undulating countryside to this restful camp beside the community hall. A circular garden greets you at the entrance. The grounds are flat with lush grass and a few shade trees, plus 3 gas bbqs for campers and picnic tables. Most sites have sea views and some are absolute waterfront. 24 power sites and heaps of room for tents. The facilities are modest but clean and decorated with colourful artwork. A small kitchen has fridge/freezer, microwaves, jug and toasters, and outside is a pick a herb garden. Adjacent to the kitchen is a fenced and roofed gas BBQ area with tables. The water laps just a few metres from the 2 x 50 cent hot showers. A tin garden shed houses the basic laundry with a washing machine and tubs. The swimming is good and you can fish off the nearby wharf. A lovely _off the beaten track_ spot for relaxing and there is a store down the road that provides your basic needs. Sites $12 per adult and $5 children, under 4yrs free.

Phone(s):

09 9747554 or 022 088 9071
Email/Contact Us: tinopaicampbookings@gmail.com
Address:
Mahanga Rd, Pataua South, Onerahi, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Half an hours drive from Whangarei the camp is alongside the ocean at one of the top ten beaches in NZ. At the camp entrance, a large complex houses the office, well-stocked camp store and a fast-food bar. These are open in the holiday season, with a bonus of fresh-baked hot bread. during the peak season. The main sites are on level ground, well groomed, with gardens and some privacy hedges. All of the 80 power sites have taps. There is space for 40 tent sites too. You will not feel pressured here as all the sites are large. On a plateau area to the rear, are more level sites and a fish smoker. Alongside is the main amenities block with easy access to a large airy kitchen, good cooking equipment, fridge/freezer etc; beside this is a large carpeted games room for reading and watching TV. On the lower level there are unisex cubicles with metered showers and separate toilet blocks. A porch laundry has good automatic machines. A dump station is provided. The children have an adventure playground with an impressive slide. Your hosts are Nita and Tim Harrison. Sites from $15-$25 per person per day. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 4362390
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Email/Contact Us: treasure@xtra.co.nz
Address:
Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent sites - 20 (including twelve powered sites) Camp beside a small but beautiful kauri stand. There are many walking tracks nearby. Night time guided walks to see kiwi and glow worms are available

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Phone(s):

09 4393011
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Address:
285 Matapouri Road, Tutukaka, 0173, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Look for the big Marlin at the gate. This is the best place to land _the big one_. Tutukaka is world renowned for its deep sea fishing and recognized as the No 1 Dive location in New Zealand, close to the Poor Knights where the frigates Waikato and Tui have been sunk for recreational divers. For the latte set there are four cafes nearby. This rural camp is five minutes walk to the beach, dive shop and the village shops. 60 powered sites and 30 for tents. There is a trampoline for the children, which has enclosed sides for safety. A wonderful kitchen has a large island bench, and good facilities and equipment. Adjacent is a dining area and TV room with comfortable furniture and a fireplace. Just outside is a BBQ area. Generous ablutions include a disability suite for both sexes and a 50 cent metered shower system. There is a special dive gear drying area. Grant and Denise are your hosts. All sites are $17 per night per person. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 4343938

No. of tent sites:

300

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Reduced capacity at Uretiti Beach Campsite

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Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

13/07/2023
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Address:
3149 State Highway 1, Waipu, 0582, New Zealand, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a scenic campsite in the Whangarei area. Camp behind the sand dunes of Uretiti Beach.

There are 300 non-powered/tent sites.

  • Facilities

    • Hot showers are $2 coin-operated.
    • Camp office hours are 8:30 am – 9:00 pm. Contact Uretiti campsite on +64 9 432 1051.
    • Camp gates and barrier arms are locked from 9:00 pm – 7:00 am.
    • Camp hosts are on-site all year.

Seasonal restrictions

28 December – 1 January: Minimum 3 night stay.

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

Fees

https://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/northland/places/waipu-area/things-to-do/uretiti-beach-campsite/

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Phone(s):

+64 9 470 3300 or +64 9 432 1051
Email/Contact Us: whangarei@doc.govt.nz

35 non-powered tent sites/bookings required. Bookings are essential in peak season.

Fees
Adult (18+ years): $13 per night
Child (5 - 17 years): $6.50 per night
Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Address:
Waikahoa Bay, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp beside a sandy beach among pōhutukawa trees. A great spot for water activities.

 

Seasonal restrictions

Closed after Easter to Labour weekend.

Fires are not permitted at any time.

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Phone(s):

09 4336554
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1 Waipoua River Road, Waipoua, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Located on Waipoua River Road 1km from State Highway 12 in the heart of the Waipoua Forest. A good base from which to explore the forests of Northland,
with walking and tramping tracks aplenty. The campground is at the forests
visitors centre, near the Waipoua River, where you can make your booking.
Facilities include hot and cold showers, toilets and a communal cookhouse with
a refrigerator if required, plus a laundry tub, and token operated machines
available. Enjoy the evening chorus provided by the resident kiwi population and view Waipoua Historic Kauri photo display. No pets or fires please. Te Roroa is looking after this interesting camp. Approximatly 80 camp sites.
Adults, $15 per night. Children (5 to17yrs) $7.50 per night, preschool (under
4yrs) free. Discounted guided night walks for campground patrons.

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Phone(s):

09 439 6445
Address:
685 Cove Road, RD 2, Waipu, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Only 12 sites but they are large and level and a little different. Each site has
a light (your own switch), a clothes line, tap, waste water drain and rubbish tin,
along with its own concrete path. A sheltered, tidal estuary is just through
the fence and over the dunes to a surf beach. Top marks for housekeeping.
Facilities open off a roofed deck. The kitchen has a full stove and hotplates,
fridge/freezer and a chest freezer. Take your meal outside to the picnic tables.
The ablutions are well-lined with 2 good metered shower cubicles for each
sex and a lavish hot water supply. There is a nice amenities block with laundry,
hot and cold washing machines and dryer. You will find free dinghies and two
free BBQ’s for campers. In a separate area, a car or boat wash and dump
point are available. A decent sized games room is provided. An attractive
country setting with plenty of well-groomed sites. No dogs here please. Your
hosts are Paul and Sharleen Voss. All sites are $38 to $ 43 for two people.
Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

(09) 432-0851
Website:
Email/Contact Us: covecottages@xtra.co.nz
Address:
2160 Whananaki North Rd, Whananaki North, 22km east of S Hwy 1, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The entrance to Whananaki North Holiday Park is just before the local general store. This shop is well stocked, plus you can get dive tank fills. The level camp grounds extend to a safe harbour estuary at the back and also have a rural outlook. The trees and gardens offer shady spots. The modern communal building houses a roomy kitchen with small appliances for cooking and a fridge and freezer. Outside there is a gas BBQ with pizza oven and smoker with plenty of dining room under the pergola. You may be tempted to cool off in the swimming pool. The roomy ablutions are very clean with metered showers, liquid soap and hand dryers The laundry has an automatic washers and dryers. There are 28 power sites and 16 non powered sites, all with taps, and plenty of room for tents. Pet friendly by arrangement. Take a walk on the longest footbridge in the southern hemisphere from here to Whananaki South. The Camp is on the Te Araroa walk trail. Your welcoming hosts are Matthew and Tracy. Sites are $15 per person, non-powered and $18 per person powered.

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Phone(s):

09 4338896
Website:
Email/Contact Us: whananaki@vodafone.co.nz
Address:
Whananaki School, Whananaki North Road, Whananaki, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Only in use for campers in the school holidays and weekends, you’ll find level
sites and some shady trees here. There is excellent child safe play equipment
for children and use of a tennis court. The harbour estuary is easily accessible.
There are no sites with power and no hot water but stalls for solar showers.
Facilities are limited to toilets and hand basins. There is a tennis court available
for a game, payment by a donation. No smoking and no dogs please. Check
availability at Xmas. Tent sites are $10 per person, children $5 up to 15 years.

Preschoolers are free.

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Phone(s):

09 433 8231
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Address:
34 Tarewa Road, Whangarei, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A few minutes walk to Whangarei city, very handy to shops and services.
A pedestrian bridge at the rear provides easy access to some local shops
although the camp store is well stocked. A choice of paved or lawn parking
for campervans is serviced by a wheelchair-friendly ablution block and dump
stations. The main amenities building has a ‘focal point’ kitchen, well equipped
and clean, that now opens to an eating area and comfortable lounge that has
easy chairs, TV, books, a phone and there is a playground for the kids. The
ablutions have well maintained showers. There is a good modern laundry.
Very big shady trees will protect you and the family from the worst of the heat.
A coin phone and internet facility are available, plus free use of the BBQ. Sites
at the back are occupied long term. All campsites are $18 per person. Pets
by arrangement. Your hosts are Brad and Clare.

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Phone(s):

09 438 6600
Email/Contact Us: stay@whangareicentral.co.nz
Address:
12 Ngunguru Road, Glenbervie Whangarei, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Look for the big bright roadside sign on the main Whangarei to Tutukaka Road. Located a stone_s throw from Whangarei Falls and close to local orchards, this camp is laid out in treed bays around the services. Centrally placed is a good size round swimming pool, a gazebo style spa pool, shower blocks, separate toilet blocks, a kitchen and laundry. The kitchen has all cooking facilities including utensils. A help-yourself herb garden is a bonus. The showers are clean, with plentiful hot water. Automatic machines, (plus a hairdryer, mirror, and ironing board) are in the laundry. A large alfresco dining area is most appealing. The lounge is divided, one area to spend a quiet time with the Internet or reading a selection of books from the extensive library and the other has an adjacent attractive TV lounge with big comfy chairs. This is a small but well sheltered camp with some private sites. The housekeeping is excellent. Ask about diving at the Poor Knights or take in some of the good walks in the area. Close by are Whangarei Falls and the Canopy circle where you can see some mighty kauri trees. Your friendly hosts are Graham and Alison. All sites are from $18 per person, $9 for children.

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Phone(s):

09 4370609
Website:
Email/Contact Us: admin@whangareifalls.co.nz
Address:
24 Mair Street, Whangarei, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Beside well-forested Mair Park, enjoy secluded sites, handy to town. A superette is
nearby. The grounds are well manicured and the fully tiled amenities block is centred
in the park. The kitchen is well equipped, including a range of cooking appliances.
The ablutions have been recently renovated to an excellent standard. A disability
suite is designed for easy access. In the laundry are excellent automatic machines,
plus ironing table. There is a small playground for the kids and a comfortable TV room offers cosy relaxation. Plenty of taps, outdoor lighting, a car wash and a
dump station here. Coin and wireless Internet are available. Your hosts are
Kevin and Linda Lloyd. All sites are from $22 per person, including some allweather
van sites.

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Phone(s):

09 4376856
Address:
Oakura, 42 Ohawini Road, Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Over the hill at the end of the road, overlooking beautiful Parutahi Bay. The
camping area is mostly flat, on varying grassy levels climbing slightly to the
rear, where there is a communal amenities building. The camp is right on the
beach front and well looked after. The ablutions are clean and tidy and the
laundry has washers and dryers. The kitchen is clean and has all you need. A
fish cleaning bench and a boat wash are provided and kayaks may be hired.
Bait and ice are available at the office that is shared with a shop, and stocks overnight essentials. All sites are $17 per person, $10 a child. Seasonal rates apply.
Hosted by Craig and Paula.

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Phone(s):

09 4336806
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