Harataonga Campground - Department of Conservation

Information

Located down a scenic gravel road, the Harataonga campsite is the perfect spot to start the Harataonga Coastal Walkway & Loop track. Set back from Harataonga beach in a sheltered location donned with Pohutukawa trees, the campsite makes you feel that much more secluded on our already isolated island. The beach is quite most of the year and perfect for snorkeling, diving, fishing and swimming.

Heavy, long vehicles such as buses and large campervans may have difficulty getting back up the gravel road. But for the most part this campsite is accessible to campervans, cars and caravans.

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

Shelter for cooking
Cold showers
Beach nearby
Secluded campsite
Fishing spots
Family friendly swimming beach

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

    WP Feedback

    Dive straight into the feedback!
    Login below and you can start commenting using your own user instantly

  • LOOKING FOR THE LATEST LOCAL TRAVEL TIPS?

    Sign up to our Aotea/Great Barrier Island visitor newsletter