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Tiritiri Matangi Island 90 Minute Guided Walk

The Tiritiri Matangi Guided Walk is currently taking a break. We hope to have you back exploring shortly, please check back in with us soon.

  • 90 to 120+ minute walk dependent on what you see!
  • Learn about the exquisite wildlife, revegetation and history of Tiritiri Matangi
  • Uncover the best spots to see native birds, and learn to identify their calls
  • If you're lucky, see kororā (little blue penguins) in their nesting boxes
  • Finish at the visitor centre for complimentary tea and coffee, and visit the island gift shop which supports Island projects
  • See New Zealand's oldest working lighthouse
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Tiritiri Matangi School Groups

The Fullers360 Auckland to Tiritiri Matangi return ferry is taking a break from its scheduled services. We hope to be back cruising to this incredible part of the Hauraki Gulf shortly, please check back in with us soon.

  • Up-close and personal wildlife encounters, and a chance to experience the environment as it was back in the day
  • Tailored educational programmes and guided walks for students from year 1 to year 13, and beyond
  • Learn about the importance of conservation efforts
  • Discounted rates for school groups and accompanying adults
  • Visit our school groups page to learn more
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the hauraki gulf Meet Our Native Birdlife

  • Learn more about the birds you’re likely to see across the Hauraki Gulf’s islands
  • Birdlife can be found on Tiritiri Matangi, Rotoroa and Rangitoto Islands
  • 23 seabird species breed in the Hauraki Gulf’s area
  • Endangered species have been reintroduced away from predators and pests
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Tiritiri Matangi Island Stay The Night

The Fullers360 Auckland to Tiritiri Matangi return ferry is taking a break from its scheduled services. We hope to be back cruising to this incredible part of the Hauraki Gulf shortly, please check back in with us soon.

  • For a truly unique experience, stay overnight in DOC’s (Department of Conservation) bunkhouse - the only accommodation on the island
  • Observe New Zealand’s nocturnal wildlife emerging as the sun goes down
  • Wake up to Tiritiri’s world famous dawn chorus
  • Kororā, and the little spotted kiwi, are just some of the wildlife you may be lucky to see on an overnight stay
  • Visit the DOC website to learn more
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