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Where to Stay

Muriwai is an impressive coastline with cliff-top trails to a huge gannet colony, with easy access and viewing platforms that let you get up close.

Muriwai Beach Campground

Is a large spacious campground adjacent to the 60km long Muriwai Beach and set within the 380 hectares Muriwai Regional Park. The campground has modern facilities, including a fully equipped kitchen and shower blocks, toilets, family showers and additional accessible toilet/shower facilities.

Two One Six Luxury Accommodation

216 Luxury Accommodation is a unique, luxury experience offering stylish, contemporary, self-contained accommodation at Muriwai Beach on Auckland’s West Coast. The two guest suites are positioned on an elevated site to maximise the views across the Tasman Sea and up the coastline of Muriwai Beach.

Pukeatua-farm Stay

Are a boutique Bed & Breakfast on a little hobby farm offering breathtaking rural views and stunning sunsets all year round, located in Waimauku – the gateway to Muriwai & the Kaipara Harbour – 30min northwest of Auckland.


The Gatehouse is situated at 187 Constable Road neighbours the well known Parihoa Farm. The Gatehouse is a sunny and peaceful place with expansive views out over the ocean and Muriwai Beach. It is surrounded by lush gardens.

Vineyard Cottages

The Vineyard Cottages are privately nestled between the vines in Waikoukou Valley in North West Auckland. Surrounded by stunning native flora and fauna, seven settler-style cottages lie peacefully within the grounds of The Vineyard Cottages waiting for your arrival.

Lavender Hill

Relish the peace, quiet, and comfort of our exclusive bed and breakfast resting in 7 acres of organically farmed lavender, olive and lemon groves.

Muriwai Homestead Cottage

This pretty cottage has lovely views, perfect for a romantic getaway or base camp for adventure. Take time-out to relax & unwind.

Muriwai Lodge (Currently unavailable)

A range of freshly refurbished accommodation options. Choose between the two apartments in the historic Lodge building and two stand-alone (pet friendly) cabins on the Lodge grounds.