Harataonga Campground

Great Barrier Island

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Facility Category: Camping

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  • 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 scenic and sheltered campground close to Harataonga Beach for snorkeling and swimming, and the Harataonga coastal walkway.

    Situated between two streams overlooking Overtons Beach, with shelter under mature trees. Surrounded by farmland and bush.
    Facilities and services

    Campsite serviced 1 December to end of February.
    Picnic shelter available.

    Access: Narrow gravel roads.

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

    Bookings Essential

    Contact:
    Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Visitor Centre
    Phone:          +64 9 379 6476
    Address:       137 Quay Street
    Princes Wharf
    Downtown
    Auckland 1010
    Email:
    aucklandvc@doc.govt.nz

    Activities:

    Fishing, diving, snorkelling and swimming at the beach, a 300 m 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.
    Do not disturb, and take special care during nesting season.

    No open fires are permitted, bring your own cooker or gas BBQ.
    Vehicle access to beach is not permitted.
    Boiling water before use.

    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.

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