Facility Category: Camping
Camping on Great Barrier Island can be a rewarding experience for the whole family.
The Department of Conservation ( DOC ) provides 6 serviced campsites with water, communal areas, showers & toilets.
Bookings are essential, Terms & Conditions apply.
For more information click here.
A popular family camping area near the sheltered waters of Port Fitzroy, with easy access to many of the island’s walking tracks.
Camp in a sheltered bay amongst beautiful pohutukawa trees.
Campsite serviced 1 December to end of February.
A wharf, shop, fuel depot and post office are nearby.
Access: Narrow gravel roads.
Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
Child (5 – 17 years): $5 per night
Infant (0 – 4 years): free
For bookings contact:
Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Visitor Centre
Phone: +64 9 379 6476
Address: 137 Quay Street
Popular place for families and boaties.
Gateway to track network.
Many walking tracks near the campsite
Good fishing in the harbour.
No open fires permitted, bring your own cooker or gas BBQ.
You will be asked to leave if behaving in a disorderly or offensive way (e.g. excessive alcohol, using foul language, noisy or riotous). Drinking in public and the public display of alcohol are not permitted.
Information courtesy of The Department of Conservation
Help stop kauri dieback.
Kauri dieback disease is killing our native kauri.
It spreads by soil movement, but you can help prevent it.
Stay away from kauri tree roots.
Clean your gear before and after visiting kauri forest.