Tawharanui Regional Park is one of north Auckland's best-kept secrets. White sand beaches, rolling pastures and surrounding forest are the highlights of this place. People spend time here in tents and motorhomes, also indulge in activities like snorkeling, diving, and bird watching.
When to visit:
january - february . september - december
A 2.5 km predator-proof fence is built across Tawharanui peninsula to create a pest-free refuge. You can witness many bird species here including kiwi, pateke, kakariki, bellbirds, robins, kaka, saddlebacks and whiteheads.