Kaitoke Hot Springs

Visit Kaitoke Hot Springs

While Kaitoke's natural hot pools are not a Barrier Island must-do, they are worth visiting if you're looking for an easy walk and have some time to spare.

Windy Canyon

Visit Windy Canyon

An easy climb to a lookout spot above Windy Canyon offers great views of Whangapoua Beach to the north, and Kaitoke and Medlands beaches to the south.

Te Ahumata

Climb Te Ahumata

Te Ahumata may not be the highest peak on Great Barrier Island but this plateau shaped hill with its distinctive white cliffs is definitely worth climbing.

Whakakaiwhara Point

Visit Duder Regional Park

Duder Regional Park is located on Whakakaiwhara Peninsula, a small finger of landing jutting out into the Tamaki Strait, with great Hauraki Gulf views.