Keddle House is located in Anawhata regional park
Please note that booking hours for regional parks campgrounds, SCC campgrounds, SCC parking areas, baches and bookable sites is as follows:
No bookings can be taken over the phone (or in person on site) outside of these times.
No cash payments are available at any time on park. We strongly recommend that you call our contact centre in advance of your arrival on park on (09) 366 2000, option 1, to make your booking.
Animals (except aid dogs) are prohibited at all times.
All our regional parks are rubbish free. Whether you call it rubbish, trash or garbage, please bag it all up and recycle it or throw it away when you return home.
During peak period a minimum two night stay applies at this bach over weekends (Fri/Sat or Sat/Sun)
Keddle House, located above remote Anawhata Beach is a solar-powered bungalow with particular heritage value. It was built by Walter and Sally Parker in the 1930's and still retains many of its original features. It offers spectacular views of the wild west coast beach from the sunroom as well as walking tracks down to the beach. There are also a number of other bush walks in the area.
For more information please contact us at the Auckland Council or email
Access to Keddle House is through a locked gate at the end of Anawhata Road. There is a relatively steep 500m gravel driveway leading down to the house and a small parking area.
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