Tāwharanui Peninsula is a finger of land projecting into the Hauraki Gulf from the east coast of the much larger North Auckland Peninsula of New Zealand. It separates Omaha Bay to the north from Kawau Bay and Kawau Island to the south. The nearest sizable town is Warkworth.
9 pictures of Tawharanui Peninsula from Tim Marshall, David T, and other travelers
Discover the best tours and activities around Tawharanui Peninsula, New Zealand and book your travel experience today with our booking partners
View Tawharanui Peninsula on a map with the the closest popular places nearby
Click on the pictures to learn more about the places and to get directions
Discover more travel spots to explore around Tawharanui Peninsula🌊 Ocean spots 🤿 Underwater spots ❄️ Glacier spots ⛰️ Hill spots 🏄 Surfing spots
The Tāwharanui Peninsula is a place of land jutting into the Hauraki Gulf from the east coast of New Zealand's much bigger North Auckland Peninsula. It splits Omaha Bay to the north from Kawau Bay and Kawau Island to the south. The nearer major city is Warkworth.
Tawharanui Regional Park is approximately 80 minutes by car of the north of Auckland. There is a camping site for tents and reservation should be made by contacting the Auckland Regional Council. This very popular site is booked well in advance for the summer holiday.
You can plan a plenty of things to do in the park, snorkeling, scuba diving, surf and also eat typical dishes from there, similar to Australian cuisine, it reflects the country's ethnic and cultural diversity by mixing Maori and European influences.
The tasty pie is widely regarded as a New Zealand culinary icon and staple. It comes pipin' hot with crispy pastry and chock full of a glorious savoury filling.
Discover the best hotels around Tawharanui Peninsula, New Zealand and book your stay today with our booking partner booking.com
6 km (3.6 miles) away from Tawharanui Peninsula
Omaha is a small beach town on Omaha Bay in the Rodney District, in the north of New Zealand. It is located 74.7 km north of Auckland. It is on a sandspit that adjoins Tawharanui Peninsula and separates Whangateau Harbour from Omaha Bay. The nearest sizable town is Warkworth which is situated 16.8 km south west of Omaha. Omaha, translated from Maori, means a 'place of pleasure'
26 km (16.1 miles) away from Tawharanui Peninsula
29 km (18.2 miles) away from Tawharanui Peninsula
36 km (22.3 miles) away from Tawharanui Peninsula
Mangawhai Heads is a township in Northland, New Zealand. Waipu is 21 kilometres northwest, and Mangawhai is 5 kilometres southwest. Mangawhai Heads Beach is an intermediate-level surf beach. The Mangawhai Cliffs Walkway, north of the township, is 4.5 kilometres long and has a lookout point.
48 km (29.9 miles) away from Tawharanui Peninsula
Narrow Neck is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. Until the mid-19th century, Devonport was connected with the rest of the North Shore by a causeway between Ngataringa Bay and the Hauraki Gulf. This causeway gave the appearance of a "narrow neck".
50 km (31.0 miles) away from Tawharanui Peninsula
Devonport is a harbourside suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. It is located on the North Shore, at the southern end of a peninsula that runs southeast from near Lake Pupuke in Takapuna, forming the northern side of the Waitematā Harbour.
50 km (30.9 miles) away from Tawharanui Peninsula
Mount Victoria is a prominent hill 196 metres high immediately to the east of central Wellington, New Zealand. About 4 kilometres due south is a spur named Mount Albert and the two are linked by a ridge.