Golden Bay Holiday Park is the perfect location for a traditional Kiwi family seaside camping holiday. The bush ringed park is fronted by a broad beach, and the sea is safe for swimming. One side of the park is marked by the Tukurua River, a small waterway ideal for toddlers to splash around in. For those keen on their fishing; we have our own boat ramp.
After a day on the beach the camp settles down into a night of quiet, with just the waves washing onto the beach, and the birdsong. There’s no traffic noise, and there are no streetlights to obscure the brilliant night sky.
The park is on the seafront, 1 km down Tukurua Road, which is off the road between Takaka and Collingwood. Farewell spit, Cape Farewell and Wharariki beach are about an hour around the Bay to the North. The Abel Tasman Park and the start of the Abel Tasman Walkway are about an hour in the opposite direction. From the campsite it is 20 minutes to Takaka and less than 10 minutes to Collingwood.
Outside of the peak season, Golden Bay Holiday Park is a haven of calm; the perfect seafront getaway.
Before you book you need to know some important things about staying here. Golden Bay Holiday Park is a family camping ground in the summer and a quiet seafront getaway at other times of the year. In the interests of the enjoyment and safety of our visitors we enforce three rules particularly vigilantly, and people who are grossly inconsiderate of others will be asked to leave the property. If these requirements don’t suit you then Golden Bay Holiday Park isn't the place for you.