Kawau Island, or Te Kawau Tumaro o Toi, is one of the largest islands that make up the Hauraki Gulf in the northern part of New Zealand. This jewel in the crown of the Hauraki Gulf enjoys its own micro-climate, which means the weather is mild, even in winter. It’s a popular destination for pleasure craft cruising the Hauraki Gulf (only an hour from Auckland), those looking for a relaxing escape in nature and for bird enthusiasts.

Offering luxury Auckland accommodation and a unique destination for corporate team-building, special events and health retreats, Kawau Lodge Retreat glistens like a jewel against the spectacular blue waters of the Hauraki Gulf.