Camps & Outdoor Providers in the Auckland region:

For more information, simply click on each camp name.

Adventure Specialties Trust  ::   Nationwide
AUT Millenium Lodge  ::   Auckland
Bigfoot Adventures Ltd  ::   Auckland
Bigfoot Feast Caterers  ::   Auckland
Camp Morley  ::   South Manukau Harbour
Camp Sladdin ::   Clevedon, Auckland
Houghtons Bush Presbyterian Camp  ::   Muriwai Beach, West Auckland
Hunua Falls Camp  ::    Hunua Falls, South East Auckland
Karanga Camp  ::    Bethells Beach, Waitakere Ranges.
Kokako Lodge  ::    Hunua, East Auckland
Motutapu Outdoor Education Camp  ::    Motutapu Island, Hauraki Gulf
Murphy Buses  ::    Auckland
Peter Snell Youth Village  ::    Whangaparaoa Peninsula
Tenfold Camp Caterers  ::    Auckl/Northland/Waikato
Tree Adventures ::   Auckland
Willow Park Christian Camp & Convention Centre  ::    East Auckland
Coromandel Peninsula

 

Things to do and places to visit in the Auckland region

Auckland sprawls across a narrow isthmus between the sparkling Waitemata and the Manukau Harbours, a city defined and dominated by the sea. Although Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand, it has a relaxed, casual atmosphere which allows you to be as active or inactive as you like. Jump from the top of the Sky Tower, climb the Harbour Bridge or take a trip to Waiheke Island. Climb to the top of Rangitoto Island or learn about Auckland’s history and rich Maori culture at the War Memorial Museum. Visit the penguins and ride the snowmobiles at Kelly Tarltons Underwater and Antarctic Encounter or observe the kiwis at the zoo. Stroll or swim on a beautiful East Coast beach or surf on the thundering West Coast beaches. Hike, cycle, abseil, horse ride, relax - it’s all here.