Awana Campground - Department of Conservation

Information

Located up the estuary from Awana Beach, Awana Campground is a beautiful sunny spot with lots of room for outdoor games over Summer. The beach is a popular surf break on the island, but be careful swimming in the powerful waves and rips as there are no lifeguards at any of our beaches.

In the height of summer it is advisable to bring a marquee or some form of awning as there are minimal trees for shade and it can get very hot!

Pateke (Brown Teal), Torea (Oyster Catchers) and Tuturiwhatu (New Zealand Dotterel) nest along the banks of the estuary and sand dunes, so please be careful walking down to the beach.

Fires are not permitted at any time.
Dogs are not permitted at any DoC campgrounds.

For more information and reserving a site, please see the Department of Conservation website below.

Price
Adult (18+ years): $15 per night, Child (5 - 17 years): $7.50 per night, Infant (0 - 4 years): free
Features

Close to the beach
Surf break nearby
Cold showers
Fishing spots
Shelter for cooking
Wheelchair accessible with assistance
Campervan, Car and Caravan accessible

60 Tent sites - 120 people
Campervan, Car and Caravan accessible
Non-powered campsite
Water from tap is untreated - Boil before use
Long drop
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