The Rock

Bay of Islands
Oct-April. Book online

The Rock Adventure Cruise is passionate in providing the best possible cruise experience

The Rock Adventure Cruise is suitable for all ages, but is it for you? Yes, if you enjoy great company, are seeking new experiences and you don’t mind getting your feet wet! The Bay of Islands is world famous for its stunning beauty and history, and you’ll get a real sense of this and a true, down-to-earth kiwi holiday aboard The Rock.



For more info visit:

The Rock


69 Marsden Rd


0800 762 527



(a) Pay and display car park on Williams Road - 4 or 5 minutes walk to the wharf. Closest option. (b) There are a number of unrestricted free parking spaces around our local roads, if you have the time to look around. (c) Overnight parking is available at the following property, approximately 15-20 minutes flat walk back to Paihia wharf. Drive along the waterfront until you reach our towns only roundabout, take the first left and drive past the petrol station and supermarket and the 'BOI Holiday and Campervan Park' is on your left. Currently $15.

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