Bookable facilities

Information

Please note that booking hours for regional parks campgrounds, SCC campgrounds, SCC parking areas, baches and bookable sites is as follows:

Daylight saving: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Monday through to Sunday
Non daylight saving: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday through to Sunday

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.

If you under the age of 18 you will be required to get parental consent to make a campground booking.
Please click here to download the consent form

Remember to be a tidy Kiwi!

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.

About
Directions

About Upper Mangatawhiri Campground

These bush clad ranges with streams, waterfalls and magnificent vistas offer a natural playground less than an hours drive from Auckland. The park is the largest native forest in the Auckland region. Enjoy a family outing to the Hunua Falls with picnic areas and a variety of walks. Campervans permitted to stay if ground hard enough.

Regional park: Click here for information about 'Hunua Ranges' (including gate opening hours)
Bookable: View availability calendar
Cost per night:
Adult: $8.00 18 years and over
Child: $4.00 5 - 17 years
Infant: $0.00 Under 5 years
Max persons: 40
Max stay (peak): 7 nights
Max stay (off-peak): 7 nights
Toilets: 1
Potable water: Tap water, must be boiled for 3 mins
Booking restriction period: This site can be booked up to six months from todays month. e.g. In June you may make a booking for a date in December.

Contact

For more information please contact us at the Auckland Council or email regionalparks@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz


Directions

Drive through Hunua Village, continue for 8km and turn left onto Moumoukai Road. Continue past Wairoa Dam. The gravel road is steep and winding for 6km, making caravan access difficult.

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