Welcome to Whangateau Holiday Park – kiwi camping as it should be, right on the water’s edge in North Auckland’s most beautiful recreational region.
We are excited to be able to re-open for overnight stays from Friday 3 December when Tāmaki Makaurau moves to the Red setting of the COVID-19 Protection Framework.
The health and safety of our staff and customers is our top priority and we need to do all we can to keep our guests and our staff safe while at our holiday park.
From Friday 3 December anyone aged 12 years 3 months and over will be required to show a vaccine pass, unless they have a medical exemption approved by the Ministry of Health. Staff will scan the QR code on your My Vaccine Pass with the NZ Pass Verifier app. You may also be asked to show ID. We cannot accept a purple vaccination card or vaccination confirmation letter as proof of your vaccination status.
Mask wearing and physical distancing will be required in all our indoor communal areas, and additional hand hygiene products and thorough cleaning practices are in place.
We will not be able to have any guest's day visitors to the holiday park while at the Red setting of the COVID-19 Protection Framework.
Thanks for your understanding and kindness in advance, especially at check in, which may take a little longer than usual.
Reception hours are 8.30am to 7.00pm Monday to Sunday.
Whangateau Holiday Park is a tranquil waterfront Holiday Park ideal for family holidays in a tent or caravan, or as a restful stopover on your campervan or motor home adventure on the Twin Coast Discovery Highway.
The park is situated on Whangateau Harbour, east of Warkworth and near Leigh in the Matakana Coast area. It has more than 80 waterfront and standard powered sites, and a number of cabins, family rooms and onsite caravans – all great value for money. Immaculately clean facilities and boat launching at high tide let you enjoy the surroundings, while the Whangateau Holiday Park Team help ensure that your holiday experience is everything you would expect and more.
Stay at Whangateau and enjoy safe swimming and everything that the Matakana and Kowhai Coast area has to offer: the white sand of Omaha Beach, snorkelling and diving in the pristine waters of the Goat Island marine reserve, historic Kawau Island in the Hauraki Gulf, bountiful fishing, sailing and the attractions of Point Wells, Leigh, Pakiri and Matheson Bay, including wine tasting, golf and all kinds of water sports.