Kawau Island is situated in the internationally famed Hauraki Gulf / Tīkapa Moana, close to the north-eastern coast of the North Island of New Zealand. Our region has a huge reputation for native flora, fauna and some awesome fishing spots, hiking tracks and landmarks. Only an hour's drive from Auckland City, Kawau Island is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway. Without the hassles of an airport or flight, you can be on this beautiful island with a short road and boat trip.
Sandspit Wharf, Warkworth
Kawau Cruises -Warkworth
The fleet of safe, high speed and comfortable Water Taxis are driven by professional skippers who have years of local experience. They operate a water taxi service and regular shuttle service to Kawau Island.
5 Schoolhouse Bay Road, Kawau Island 0920, New Zealand
Mansion House in Bon Accord Harbour on Kawau Island, New Zealand, is a house that was owned by Governor of New Zealand, Sir George Grey from 1862 to 1888. Built in 1845 as the house for the manager of a copper mine on the island, it was extended significantly by Grey during his ownership. Mansion House is a heritage listed building and is open to the public for viewing during our summer season. At other times visitors are able to wander through the grounds and admire the exterior of this amazing construction.