IntroductionLarge grassy site between native rainforest and Lake Waikaremoana, 1.5 km from Mōkau Falls.
Te Urewera is recognised in New Zealand law as a living person. Te Urewera is spoken for and governed by a board. Care for Te Urewera, including the tracks and facilities, is carried out by Te Uru Taumatua – Ngāi Tūhoe’s operational entity.
- Rivers and lakes
- Boat launching
- Fire pit/place for campfires (except in fire bans)
- Non-powered/tent sites
- Toilets - non-flush
- Water from tap - not treated, boil before use
- Wheelchair accessible with assistance
Fires permitted in designated fire places and only if there is no fire ban. Check rules and fire bans before you light.
Pay with cash or credit card on arrival at Te Urewera Visitor Centre. The visitor centre is located at Te Kura Whare, next to the Waikaremoana Holiday Park.
- Adult (18+ years): $8 per night
- Child (5 - 17 years): free
- Infant (0 - 4 years): free
The DOC Campsite Pass cannot be used at this campsite.
From SH 38 at Āniwaniwa, drive west around the lake for approx 10 km.
Road is gravel, narrow and winding.
NZTM2000 coordinates: E1955532, N5704909
Latitude: -38.73296537, Longitude: 177.08975024