Alerts Modified Date: 2023-8-14 > Tapotupotu Campsite closed
There are 45 tent sites available.
Stay at New Zealand's most northern campsite and experience the scenic wonders of Tapotupotu, from lush forest to breaking surf and breath-taking views.
Camp with the beach at your doorstep, and awaken to the sweet sound of white water breaking on the sand. Tapotupotu is the perfect place to relax, enjoy and explore the great Far North.
The upgraded coastal walkway and bridge link Tapotupotu to Kapowairua as part of the four-day Te Rerenga Wairua (Cape Reinga) walkway.
This complex is 21 km south of Cape Reinga and the road to The Cape is sealed
all the way. There are level sites, 128 with power, dotted with palms and other
shady trees. You can shop for groceries, fill your car with petrol, get a snack
or a full meal at the licensed restaurant in season and enjoy the inviting dining
room. The camp kitchen offers basic equipment, gas cook tops and fridges.,
There is a small dining area. A laundromat service operates, with commercial
quality equipment in the vast laundry. Hot showers ($2) are limited in number,
metered and clean. A pick up and drop off service is available for tramping
groups. Tent sites are $12 per person or with power $40 (2 people) Eftpos
Bump along 90 mile beach for 8km on an unsealed road, the camp is set a little
way back from the beach. Enjoy the amazing sunsets and just a short distance to Cape Reinga; so good for fishing. Surrounded by sand dunes with a view of the sea. Open for camping and can take large vehicles. The ablutions are modern with hot and cold showers. Besides the flush-toilet there are also an eco composting toilet. The indoor and out-door kitchen has good running water, a fridge and gas cookers. Camping sites start from $20 per person. Your host is Gabi Pfaender.
WiFi is available for guests.
Around the back of the hotel you will find a large open flat area for camping.
Plenty of room for large vehicles. The toilets and shower facilities are in the
hotel. Food is available in the hotel (Bistro). Home of the famous Waipap
burger. Your host is Jayne and camping costs $10 per night per person.
From the Te Kao Store, about 10 km farther north from here you turn east down Paua
Road, then into Te Pua road. There is a plateau of rough grass above sheltered waters on three sides. A landmark bar of gleaming white (pure silica) sand protects this coast. Clear, deep water is around the perimeter, but you will
have to negotiate a bank to the water or try your luck at the boat ramp, unless
the tide is right. Campers must be totally independent. This appears to be a great fishing spot. Charges are $10 per vehicle per night.
Adults, $10 per night(13yrs+)
Children, $5 per night(5-12yrs)
Under 5yrs Free
Boat Ramp Prices:
Campers one off payment
$30 per motor boat
$15 per kayak, jetski, rowboat.
Non-Campers pay per day
$30 per motor boat
$15 per kayak, jetski, rowboat.
ALL VISITORS MUST REPORT TO THE OFFICE.
ALL VISITORS MUST HAVE A VACCINATION PASSPORT AND REPORT TO THE CAMP
MANAGER AT THE OFFICE UPON ARRIVAL.
There are 45 tent sites available - Bookings not required.
Camp in a picturesque setting between the beach (5 min walk) and hills of the Aupouri Peninsula north of Kaitaia. A perfect place for fishing, swimming and walking.
With lush forests in close range and sandy beaches right on your doorstep, Kapowairua is a place to relax, enjoy and explore the great outdoors.
The vista of Matauri Bay spreads below you as you descend along a short
but winding road. The camp is outlined with Norfolk pines running into level
campsites at the northern end of the beach. A barrier arm entry system
operates. The seven days store/office has a liquor license and sells petrol,
diesel and LPG, along with general supplies. Dive bottle fills are also available.
The amenities block has a basic kitchen with plenty of sinks, communal fridge
and a full stove, extra hobs and two microwaves. Two BBQs with outdoor
seating, or visit the fish and chips kiosk in holiday time. There are plenty of
ablutions, curtained showers open to a communal dressing space. Washing
machines and dryers are in separate rooms. Campers have card access to the
amenities. At peak season this is a very busy camp. Your hosts are Maggie
and Brian Grimwood. Peak season prices are $24 per adult (minimum $48
per site) plus $8 for power. Seasonal rates apply.
Alerts Modified Date: 2023-8-14 > Reduced capacity at Puketi Recreation Area Campsite
Privacy in an unspoiled setting, but you will have to travel about 16km of
rough road to this self-registration campsite. Beside the eastern edge of
the Puketi Forest, it is close to some spectacular Kauri forest. The campsite
(capacity 50 people) is an ideal base from which to explore the forest, with its network of tracks and walks. There are wheelchair-access toilets, cold-water
taps, fireplaces and wood provided at the campsite. No pets please. All sites
are $10 per adult.
A short drive out of town, take Cobham Road to Inlet Road and turn into
Pa Road. Here you can enjoy the secluded atmosphere of this smaller camp.
There are16 lawn sites with power and shady trees that are very inviting with
direct access, by a bush walk, to town. Sited on the Kerikeri Inlet, there is a jetty
and boat ramp. You can hire kayaks, one of the fully furnished safari tents, or
gypsy caravans with outside baths. The central amenities have a kitchen with
hobs and ovnes. There are unisex showers and an ample supply of toilets.
The laundry has large automatic machines. A good standard of housekeeping
is maintained throughout. The pagoda marquee houses a BBQ. Internet
facilities are available here. Your friendly hosts are Kathy & Stephen Frewen.
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