Whatipu Lodge

Located at the south-western coastal corner of the Waitakere Ranges, Whatipu Lodge and campground is unique in the Auckland region. It is operated and maintained on eco-friendly principles that reflect this spectacular west coast beach with its undisturbed wildlife, caves and wetlands.

The wide variety of walks available locally offers something for both the beginner and the experienced walker alike. Magnificent views, magical sunsets, moonlit nights, dark night skies and birdlife in its natural habitat are inspirational for any photographer, outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers.

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Whatipu Caves Campground

Camp at the Whatipu Caves, only accessible by foot. Note: Animals (except aid dogs) are prohibited at all times.

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A Chalet in The Ferns

Escape the city and enjoy the privacy of your own self contained 
two bed roomed guest cottage in the peaceful and exotic garden 
of "The Ferns" Titirangi Village Auckland, New Zealand
20 minutes to Auckland City CBD (off peak)

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Barr Cottage

Barr Cottage was built by Bill Barr between 1935 and 1940. Materials were reused from the original Barr cottage of the late 1880s, which once stood alongside.

Note: Animals (except registered aid dogs) are not permitted at any time.

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Barn Paddock Camping Ground

A back-to-basics campground set near the parks woolshed on rolling pasture with a backdrop of forest clad hills and a bush stream nearby. Note: Animals (except registered aid dogs) are not permitted at any time.

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Karamatura Valley Campground

This back-to-basics campground is in the Karamatura Valley and is only accessible by foot. Note: Animals (except aid dogs) are prohibited at all times.

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Pararaha Valley Campground

The Whatipu area is a Scientific Reserve owned by the Department of Conservation and managed on behalf by the Auckland Council Regional Parks. It is a spectacular area of coastal dunes and wetlands. Note: Animals (except aid dogs) are prohibited at all times.

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Huia Lodge

Adjacent to the Waitakere Ranges, Huia lodge is situated next to a safe beach, which is part of Huia Bay. Note: Animals (except aid dogs) are prohibited at all times.

  1. Check in time is at 2pm and check out time is at 10am.
  2. Fully equipped kitchen with crockery, cutlery and utensils. There is a fridge, freezer and large toaster.                              For more information click HERE

Kiwanis Lodge

Kiwanis Lodge is next to a safe beach, Huia Bay and adjacent to the Waitakere Ranges. Can be booked in conjunction with Huia Lodge.

Fully equipped kitchen with crockery, cutlery and utensils. There is a fridge, freezer, washing machine and large toaster.

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Tunnel Point Camp Ground

This campground is only accessible by foot. Note: Animals (except aid dogs) are prohibited at all times.

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