Being the last stop on the road to the real far north means we have made a point of being well equipped - both for the local community and for visitors to the region.
If you find you have forgotten something we will do our best to help you out.
Our Cafe is temporarily closed.
If you're in a hurry to move on to enjoy the wonders of the region you can take your meal with you.
Need some of those everyday items - we have a well stocked dairy and bags of ice available for your fishing or refreshment needs.
A range of options available:
CABIN ROOMS - twin or double $100 per night for 2 guests (with ensuite, small fridge & basic coffee making facilities)
POWERED SITES: $40.00 for 2 persons + $15.00 per extra person (fully self contained campers only)
PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO RENOVATIONS AND UPGRADES THE FOLLOWING SERVICES ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE
- COMMUNAL KITCHEN
- COMMUNAL SHOWERS & TOILETS
- GUEST LAUNDRY
- TENT SITES
Things to do
Sand Boards are available for those who are keen to try the thrills of sand boarding down the spectacular Te Paki Sand Dunes
Spoilt for choices here - three Coasts to choose from! Surfcasting or Rock fishing, Check with our friendly staff to give you some pointers on where the fish are biting. Tide charts also available.
We will give you the inside scoop on the best walking tracks in the area. From Te Werahi on the West Coast to Cape Reinga around to the East Coast as far as Spirits Bay.
This is one of New Zealands northern most beaches, located just 19kms North West of Waitiki.
Starting at Tapotupotu Bay, this 5 km track climbs steeply for incredible views before descending into Sandy Bay and on to the Cape Reinga lighthouse.
Twilight - Te Werahi Loop
The round-trip walk is 16 km in length and takes between 4 hours 30 minutes to 5 hours to complete. The track crosses farmlands and dunes.