Wenderholm Beach House is located in Wenderholm 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)
Wenderholm Beach House consists of a galley kitchen, central living room, a large sunroom/dining room on the sea side and three bedrooms, all with access off the living room. The bathroom contains a shower, toilet and basin.
Two medium electric oil column heaters supplied. Kent log fire in the lounge. Bach users MUST supply fire wood. Wood is available in Waiwera or Orewa. Operate log fire safety, ensure fire box and ashes are COLD before cleaning.
Bed linen, blankets, duvets, sleeping bags, additional pillows, towels, tea towels, food, personal items etc.
For more information please contact us at the Auckland Council or email
Go through the locked pole gate. On the pole gate is a sign “Bach Access”. At the gate is the first of the white marker posts with green bands on.
Note: 100m past the main notice board and ranger contact phone, near the north end of the main car park.
Travel straight ahead across the picnic area (approx: 30m) to the first white marker post with green band. Then turn to the left (north) following the white marker posts with green bands, down the centre of the picnic area to the bach (approx: 380m). Go through the wooden gate into the bach grounds. Note: Stay close to and follow the white marker posts with green bands for public safety and to avoid wet/soft ground conditions. Drive very slowly (max 10km/h).
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