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Kokako Lodge

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About Kokako Lodge

 Kokako Lodge is nestled alongside the majestic Hunua Falls on the western side of the Hunua Ranges Regional Park. At around 17,000 hectares, Hunua Ranges Regional Park is the largest piece of indigenous bush in the Auckland Region. The park features magnificent scenery accessible by a network of walking and tramping tracks, including the highest point in mainland Auckland (688m) which provides panoramic views across the Hauraki Gulf and Coromandel Ranges. Over 60% of Auckland’s drinking water comes from within the Hunua Ranges.

The Hunua Ranges are home to many special species of indigenous fauna including: North Island kokako, kiwi, kaka, bellbirds, tui, kereru, Hochstetter’s frog, lizards, weta and bats. Some of the plant species found in the Hunua Ranges are found nowhere else, and the park is renowned for it’s kauri trees. Auckland Council runs volunteer programmes to help protect this taonga through various conservation projects. The park also offers various recreation opportunities such as tramping, camping, mountain biking, horse riding, fishing, hunting, sightseeing and picnicking.

Regional park: Click here for information about 'Hunua Falls' (including gate opening hours)
Max persons: 85


Contact Phone Number 09 292 4749 / Admin Phone Number 09 292 4349


Located next to the Hunua Falls car park.

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