Kawau Island is one of the largest islands in the Hauraki Gulf. This jewel in the crown of the Hauraki Gulf has its own microclimate, which means the weather is mild, even in winter. It’s a popular destination for those looking for a relaxing escape in nature. Singing with bird life, Kawau Island is a community focused treasure trove of nature trails, beaches and hidden coves that offer some of the best fishing in the Hauraki Gulf.
Enjoy Kayaking out into sheltered bays, go snorkelling, fishing, bush walking or just simply relax with a good book and unwind. Hear the calls of New Zealand’s native birds – tui, piwakawaka, kereru, and as night falls, the sound of ruru and kiwi. As night falls the skies open to showcase the stars.
Spend your days exploring (by non-motorised pleasure craft) the sheltered inlets of North Cove and in settled conditions perhaps venture further afield to Bon Accord Harbour, Mansion House and Vivian Bay. If a walk is the order of the day, there are several walks on Kawau Island. From Kawau Lodge take a short jaunt up through the bush to the ridge line where you can enjoy a pleasant walk through native forest.
JODY or ALISIA Harbour View Room: $1,150 NZD for 2
Master Bedroom: $1,350 NZD for 2
JODY or ALISIA Harbour View Room: $1,650 NZD for 2
Master Bedroom: $1,900 NZD for 2
JODY or ALISIA Harbour View Room: $1,900 NZD for 2
Master Bedroom: $2,200 NZD for 2