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.
COVID-19 customer information
Auckland Council has temporarily closed all holiday parks, campgrounds, lodges, baches and Waiheke backpackers hostel until further notice.
The decision has been made based on the increased risk of COVID-19 in New Zealand. The Government has raised Alert Level 3 and will increase to Alert Level 4 as of Wednesday 25 March 2020. This means that it is likely that COVID-19 is not contained across the country, and we all need to put in further measures to proactively restrict the spread of the virus.
We know the impact of closing these services will have on our customers. However, the safety and wellbeing of our customers, staff and communities in Auckland is our utmost priority. We will be in touch shortly with customers who have bookings to arrange any refunds, where applicable, and assess the needs of current local, domestic and international customers.
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and follow the Ministry of Health advice.
For up to date information about COVID-19 visit covid19.govt.nz
Whangateau Holiday Park is a tranquil award-winning waterfront campground 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.