Pricing and Conditions

Adult $120.00
Child
(13 year(s) and under)
$65.00
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Rates for swimmers and non swimmers apply for equipment supply

Cancellation Policy angle-down

Trips require a minimum of 6 adults to run. All trips are weather and sea condition dependent. Full refund if we cancel.

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About

Steeped in Maori history and then once privately owned and almost barren, it is now a wildlife sanctuary and a wonderful example of restoration with an abundance of endangered NZ wildlife.

We have been involved with the Islands past 26 years of restoration including the introduction of Kakariki, Kiwi, Saddleback, Tuatara and more than 12,000 trees planted. We have been involved in the monitoring of the Islands Grey Faced Petrel population and Fur seal colony.

Join one of our 4-5 hour walking tours on the island and learn about its colourful past from our highly experienced guide. We operate fast stable boats and have more than 20 years experience in these waters.

Opening times

Business hours:
8am-5pm 7 days during open season
Months of operation:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec

Location

Quay Street, Whakatane, Whakatāne, New Zealand.

plane Proximity to airport:
10kms
bus Proximity to coach terminal:
100 meters
decisions Proximity to town:
In town

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