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We have a range of accommodation options suitable for families, friends, couples and school groups.


We have 13 cabins/units which sleep up to 7 people.

Powered Sites

We have 52 powered sites.  Each site is 8m x 8m.  Requirements re Power Supply Leads

Tent Sites

We have 85 tent sites.  Each site is 8m x 8m - room for your vehicle and all your camping gear.

Click here for more details, to check availability and pricing.

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Park Map

Want to pick the perfect spot for your vacation?  See the map of our park - it shows the location of all our accommodation options and the park facilities.

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Hauiti Incorporation

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Hauiti Farming

Hauiti owns and farms 2,500 hectares of land which includes over 600 hectares of fertile flats.

Production off Hauiti includes lamb, beef, wool, sweetcorn, squash and honey.  During the peak of the season we have 16,000 sheep, 2,560 cattle 36 beehives and run 38 working dogs.

Hauiti is farmed as two separate stations and is a continuous landform that extends 11 kilometres inland.

Hauiti Restoration Kaitawa Estuary

In 2011 Hauiti started a restoration programme of the Kaitawa estuary on the Southern boundary of the Holiday Park. The estuary is the home to the critically endangered NZ Doterrel which has less than 1,700 adults left. 

Initially wilding pine and gorse weeds were controlled.  Now 25 predator traps are constantly set to control rats, stoats and hedgehogs.

Since 2011 there have been 2,200 metres of new fencing creating riparian zones around both the estuary and tributaries. This allows the vegetation to recover and provides a buffer between the estuary and the farmland

Over 20,000 native plants have been planted in the last two years with many of the plants planted by local school children.

Getting Here

From Gisborne

We are 55 km north east of Gisborne.  The drive from Gisborne follows the scenic State Highway 35 and takes around 45 minutes.

From Opotiki

There are two routes from Opotiki to Tolaga Bay Holiday Park.

Via Gisbone

Take State Highway 2 from Opotiki to Gisborne via the Waioeka Gorge and Matawai.  Continue on from Gisborne on State Highway 35.  This route is 195 km and takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Via East Cape

Take State Highway 35 from Opotiki around East Cape to Tolaga Bay.  This winding journey that takes you around East Cape is 275 km and will take around 4 hours.

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