6 Rankers Reviews
66 Freedom Camping
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ABSOLUTELY NO TENTS ALLOWED
One night maximum
You must park in the designated site that is indicated by signage
If the site is full, you must move on
North Island ▷ Northland ▷ Whangarei
Can confirm the other reviews. Except the view and just the little noise of the Marsden Point Oil Refinery. It disturbs optically the beautiful scenery. A familiar diving and swimming place for locals.
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It is a beautiful spot and has everything you want from a free campsite. There is an oil refinery close by, but if you look the other way you are fine, because there you will see beautifull nature.
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Awesome place to stay, really enjoyed the feel of the place and how lovely and tidy it was
Amazing! And it’s the best place for making a trip to Mt. Aubrey in sunset.
I am here and it's awesome. It's quiet, amazing views, nice walks, clean toilets. It's a slice of heaven!
This place made my heart sing. The world sent us here and my goodness was it right or what! Absolutely amazing views; grass, cliff rock faces, the ocean and a killer sunset, it had it all. 100m from the beach and has two 20-30minute walks we didnt have tine to do. Climb the big rock though, veiws are even better (; Only one other camper, space for three vehicles. 45 mins from whangarei. Drive to the end of reotahi road and the carparks up a steepish looking driveway with some grass and a building to the right, only one sign. HIGHLY recommend a night here!!!