Baylys Beach Holiday Park, Dargaville #1355: From $20.00 per night

Baylys Beach Holiday Park, Dargaville #1355: From $20.00 per night

Baylys Beach Holiday Park offers accommodation for every type of traveller. This holiday complex, situated only a short walk from the spectacular long remote sandy beaches of the West Coast of Northland, has freedom quad bike hire on site and the famous Funky Fish Café next door.

Take your pick from fully self-contained cottages to budget cabins and flat grassy camp sites set amongst native coastal trees.

We have a large communal kitchen, covered BBQ area and outdoor seating, laundry, high-speed internet and play areas for the kids.

Conveniently located only 5 mins off SH 12 on the Twin Coast Discovery Highway between Dargaville and Waipoua Forest, Baylys Beach Holiday Park is the ideal stop-off point when touring Northland or base for enjoying the delightful Kauri Coast.

Baylys Beach Holiday Park is a member of the Kiwi Holiday Parks Group.


We have 2 fully self-contained cottages which are like holiday houses and sleep up to 6 people per house. 

There are motels and ensuite cabins with basic facilities and the benefits of privacy and your own bathroom.

The standard cabins are budget accommodation with beds only. These are ideal for backpackers and budget travellers, groups or families. Linen is available for hire on request. Wireless internet.

Campers can choose from a wide range of power and non-power sites around the property.

The communal facilities are available for all campers and cabin guests.


Type Capacity Facilities Tariff High season minimum charge
Cottage Sleeps 6 3 bedrooms, full kitchen, bathroom, lounge $120 (2 persons) $150
Bach Sleeps 2-4 1 bedroom, kitchen, bathroom $100 (2 persons) $100-$130
Tourist Flat Sleeps 2 1 studio, kitchen, bathroom $90 (2 persons)
Ensuite Cabin Sleeps 4 Studio, bathroom, jug, toaster $75 (2 persons) $95
Cabin Sleeps 4-6 2 bunks, 1 x double bed $50 (2 persons) $65-$75
Extra person: $15 per adult, $8 per child.
All these units - linen hire $5 per bed.
Portacot $8.
Type Tariff
Power site $20 per person, $8 per child
Non-power site $20 per person, $8 per child


  • Large communal kitchen with full cooking facilities and equipment
  • Indoor and outdoor seating (covered in summer)
  • BBQ area
  • Coin-operated washing machine and dryer
  • Communal showers and toilets
  • Playground and petanque court
  • High-speed internet kiosk
  • Quad bikes for hire
  • Golf club hire (our local 18-hole course allows non-members)
  • Tour desk for activities and accommodation further along your holiday
  • Licensed café (The Funky Fish) next door with access through the back of the park, ideal for weddings, functions and reunions
  • Takeaways and dairy for general supplies 100m down the road
  • Dump station
  • Wireless Internet
  • Our pet rules are: Little dogs are allowed inside as long as they have their own bed, , that they will sleep in, at a cost of $10.00 per night but we prefer the big dogs to be kept outside at a cost of $5.00 per night.   All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and the usual dog etiquette must be kept eg. Cleaning up after them etc. We have pet minders available on request (for a fee).   
  • We always like people to make inquiries so that we know what type of dog they have.

    We do let the dogs stay all year round but we are aware that maybe some dogs may not like to be in such a crowded camp ground and may be a bit disturbed about it.   So please check with us first



Baylys Beach Holiday Park, 24 Seaview Road, RD7, Dargaville, Northland

Telephone/Fax: 09 439 6349



  • Baylys Beach, 14km west of Dargaville, is part of New Zealand's longest beach. The Maori name is Ripiro and the beach is 100km of golden sand, sand dunes and remote (and sometimes wild) coastline. At its southern tip it enters New Zealand's largest harbour, the Kaipara.
  • Activities at Baylys Beach include coastal walks, quad bike riding on the beach, golf, surfing, horse trekking and beach tours by 4-wheel drive bus.
  • 40km north is Waipoua Forest, the home of Tane Mahuta — NZ's largest kauri tree. The forest is a protected reserve and shows how Northland used to be
  • 30 mins drive north along SH 12 are the turquoise waters and pure white sands of Kai Iwi Lakes.
  • 45km south, just off SH 12, is Matakohe Kauri Museum - a must-see attraction when you are journeying from Auckland en route to Baylys Beach. The journey from Auckland takes around 2.5 hours.
  • Sharky's Cafe is a  2 minute walk from the camp
  • There is also a great golf course nearby.

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