- Address: Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand, Auckland
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 09:00 Hrs
- Tags: Island, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Nature
Hauraki Gulf - Review
The Hauraki Gulf (Tikapa Moana) consists of the Motutapu Island, Ponui Island, Waiheke Island, TiritiriMatangi, The dome of Rangitoto Island, The Browns Island, Motuihe Island, Pakihi Island, Pakatoa Island, Rakino Island and The Rotoroa Island. Most ferry rides take you to the historic Motuihe island to see the beautiful beaches and explore the many walkways that embrace historic ruins.
The beach was a Quarantine sections during the 1870’s and a war camp during the early 20th century. Today, history is part of its modern vacation attractions and is a major highlight of the country.
Hauraki Gulf Ticket Prices
- For prices of Ferry rides and tours, visit the official website.
Hauraki Gulf Hours
- Recommended time of arrival is 8:00am to 10:00am.
- For timings of Ferry rides and tours, visit the official website.
How To reach Hauraki Gulf by Public Transport
- By Ferry: Ferry Terminal - Pier 3 A-B
- Local Ferry tours can be booked online.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hauraki Gulf
0.47% of people who visit Auckland include Hauraki Gulf in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
57.14% of people start their Hauraki Gulf visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 9 Hrs to see Hauraki Gulf
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Hauraki Gulf
Hauraki Gulf Trips
Hauraki Gulf, Auckland Reviews
Beautiful Gulf in Auckland. Awesome spot for fishing
One of the finest bodies of water on the planet. When I die, I hope I come back as a piece of driftwood so I can float around the Hauraki Gulf.
Magic spot. Great fishing.
Wow the jewel of the Auckland region , take advantage of the many ferry options to the islands the dot the gulf , can get tickets on quay st ferry terminal or in Devonport
What a great gulf!