Great Barrier Island

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The fourth largest island surrounding the New Zealand Coast, Great Barrier Island sits on the edge of the Hauraki Gulf.

With a small population of only 852 people, Great Barrier Island is covered by 60% of protected natural environments, and because of the lower numbers of introduced predators than the mainland, Great Barrier has a thriving native bird population.

With such a large area of the island covered by greenery, there are plenty of bush walking tracks and trails for visitors to meander around, and of course being an island, plenty of beaches and coves around the coast to explore.

Looking down over Medlands Beach

Looking down over Medlands Beach

Harataonga Beach, on the eastern coast

Harataonga Beach, on the eastern coast

Kaka can be found on Great Barrier Island

Kaka can be found on Great Barrier Island

The white sand of Kaitoke Beach

The white sand of Kaitoke Beach

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