Totaranui DOC Campground

Campground

4.6 from 25 users.

Contact

Totaranui Rd, Abel Tasman National Park, South Island.

(03) 528 8083

Totaranui@doc.govt.Nz

doc.govt.nz/search-results/?query=Totaranui+Campsite

Description

Camp next to the clear waters and golden sands of Ttaranui beach at the northern end of the Abel Tasman National Park. It's a great place to relax on the beach, swim, kayak, fish or explore native bush on one of the nearby tracks. Bookings are required and fees apply. Ttaranui is a large campground catering for up to 850 people. Sites are across the camp road from the Ttaranui beach, and alongside the estuary. Camping on the beach side of the camp road for Abel Tasman Coast Track walkers only. The campground is divided into 23 zones separated by shelter belts, with six modern amenities blocks spread throughout. There are 269 unpowered sites suitable for tents, camper trailers, campervans, motorhomes and caravans. Facilities include toilets, boat ramp, dump station, cold showers and drinking water. Fires permitted in designated fire places and only if there is no regional fire ban. Bring you down firewood. No rubbish facilities. You must remove all rubbish and recycling. From 21 December 26 January there is a minimum charge, and restrictions on the length of stay. From 1 December to mid-April, the office is open 8 am to 4 pm. Outside this period check the door for hours. Eftpos payment is available during office hours only. The office has maps and a pay phone, and sells items such as rubbish bags, ice, insect repellent, sunscreen, postcards, phone cards, and snack items. Camp gates are locked overnight. Opening times as follows. 1 October to 31 March: 7:30 am to 8:30 pm 1 April to 30 September: 7:30 am to 6:30 pm There is a seasonal bus service, and daily water taxis from Kaiteriteri, Marahau and many of the beaches in the park No dogs.

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Location

Lat: -40.822796 Lng: 173.003501

User Reviews

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Tasman Travels

We recently have 6 wonderful night here! Can't wait to go back! Visited just as became valid for DOC Campsite Pass, was still a bit busy, but after the last kiddies left it was nice and peaceful. We were able to check-in early, we chose a site in the N section. Walks, swimming, biking, kayaking, just great! Limited One NZ signal, but Starlink was great! There is a noise curfew at 22:00 each night, sadly DOC do not police this, so a couple of nights we did have some obnoxious kiwis partying, drinking and letting their kids run wild! But when they left, was great!! TASMAN TRAVELS

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LottieGC96

Really loved our stay here. The campsite has everything you need. Toilet blocks are never far away, private cold showers in each one. The beach is insanely beautiful and great for a proper swim as it gets deep quite quickly. The inlet is also lovely to swim in and safe for children. Also highly recommend the walk to Separation Point.

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BeFreeTaniwhaTribe

Wide open spaces for the kids to explore, endless golden beach and walks and bike rides right on our doorstep. Sunrises we're incredible and overly friendly wekas like we've never seen! One of the truely incredible and unique DOC sites of NZ.

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