Cape Brett Hut

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Cape Brett Track, Rawhiti, North Island

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Situated in stunning, coastal surrounds, the Lighthouse Keeper's house at Cape Brett has been converted into a hut. This is a serviced 23-bunk hut in the Bay of Islands area. The hut must be booked online in advance. Water supply isnt guaranteed during the dry summer period (mid-December to end of March). Take drinking and cooking water with you. Getting there - Walk to the hut via the Cape Brett Track. - Boat into Deep Water Cove and walk 2.5 hours to the hut (part of the Cape Brett Track). - You can also come ashore at Cape Brett landing below the hut, and walk up to it. Track fees All trampers must pay a track maintenance fee for crossing private land between Rawhiti and Deep Water Cove: Adult: $40 Child: $20 Track and hut fees can be paid at the Bay of Islands i-SITE Visitor Centre (external site) in Paihia. There is no charge for the section of track between Deep Water Cove and Cape Brett, or Whangamumu to Te Toroa Bay.

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Lat: -35.172616 Lng: 174.330997

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PierrotNinja

Lovely hut, awful track :D Slept here the 12/10/2020, there was a drinking water jar full, tap water (need to be boil), gas, pots and cutlery. About the track : it's tough, almost no flat part and the last 2 km are the worst so keep some energy for the end. It took us 7h the 1rst day and 8h on the way back the 2nd day. You will be rewarded with an amazing view, gorgeous sunset too. You can take a water taxi at Deep Water Cove (2.5h to the hut) or at the hut directly. Challenge yourself but don't forgot your limit !

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