PAKIRI BEACH HOLIDAY PARK

FAQs

  • Do you allow pets?
  • Will there be room for my boat?
  • Terms and Conditions
Do you allow pets?

The only pets allowed on-site at Pakiri Beach Holiday Park for Casual Guests are dogs. We don’t allow Annual Site Holders to bring pets onto the park grounds.

Dates: Except for registered disability assistance dogs, we can only accommodate your pet from May 1st to 1 September and at no time on any School Holidays and Public Holiday Weekends.

Registered disability assistance dogs can be on-site with their owners at any time: www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1996/0013/latest/DLM374410.html

See Note 1 below.

Other small and medium dogs (no more than 25kgs and/or 55cm tall), are welcome to stay at Pakiri Beach Holiday Park with their owners, at the discretion of management.

Your dog is welcome if you have a caravan, tent or motorhome.

If you are staying in any of our built accommodation, you may bring your dog with you by prior arrangement but, except for assistance animals, your dog cannot enter any accommodation or other of our buildings at any time.

Following are our guidelines so that you, your dog and the team at Pakiri Beach Holiday Park can all enjoy your dog’s stay with us.

  1. Your dog is welcome by prior arrangement. Please let us know your requirements when you book.
  2. Some dogs and breeds of dog are not acceptable to stay at our holiday park regardless of size. See Note 2 below.
  3. The decision to allow your dog on-site at our holiday park is entirely at management discretion. If on arrival, our team feel, for any reason whatsoever, that it is not appropriate for your dog to stay, their decision is final. In the event, your dog cannot stay, we will put you in touch with local kennels. See Note 3, below.
  4. Your dog must always be kept under control on a lead. Even outside the holiday park, your dog must be under control on a leash. The Poutawa Stream estuary and the foreshore of Pakiri Beach are breeding grounds for endangered native birds. As a result, dogs are simply not allowed in protected areas under any circumstance.
  5. You may be allocated a site in an area that is some distance away from other guests whether the holiday park is busy or not.
  6. If you’re staying in our accommodation, your dog must always stay outside and sleep in your vehicle or in an appropriately locked kennel.
  7. Your dog must not cause noise disturbance.
  8. Dogs are not allowed into any of our buildings at any time.
  9. You must clean up after your dog. All dog poo must be picked up immediately and disposed of appropriately.

We look forward to welcoming you and your well-behaved dog.

PS: You may be interested to know that in our re-development plans, we are making
provision for a specific dog zone to better caters to our canine guests and their owners.

Note 1. Disability Assist Dogs.

Under the Dog Control Act 1996, a ‘disability assist dog’ means: a dog certified by one of the following organisations as being a dog trained to assist (or as being a dog in training to assist) a person with a disability:

(a) Hearing Dogs for Deaf People New Zealand (b) Mobility Assistance Dogs Trust
(c) New Zealand Epilepsy Assist Dogs Trust
(d) Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (e) Top Dog Companion Trust
(f) An organisation specified in an Order in Council made under section 78D. The Dog Control Act 1996 is administered by the Department of Internal Affairs.

Note 2. Menacing and Dangerous Dogs

The Dog Control Act automatically classifies dogs that are wholly or predominantly of these breeds as menacing, no matter how they behave individually.

  • American Pit Bull Terrier
  • Brazilian Fila
  • Japanese Tosa
  • Dogo Argentino
  • Perro de Presa Canario.

A dog can be classified as dangerous, regardless of its breed, if:

  • there is a reason to believe that it poses a threat to the safety of any person, animals or protected wildlife based on evidence of aggressive behaviour
  • the owner has been convicted of an offence due to the dog rushing at a person, animal or vehicle
  • the owner admits that the dog poses a threat to the safety of any person, animals or protected wildlife.
    See: http://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1996/0013/latest/DLM374410.html

Note 3. Nearby kennels.


Pakiri Beach Holiday Park, Pets on site policy.
Updated 25 September 2018

Will there be room for my boat?

There is plenty of room to accommodate your boat in off peak and shoulder season.

During Dec, Jan and Feb space is limited but we will do our best to find you a spot somewhere in the park or just outside on the grass verge.

The closest wharf to launch your boat is at Leigh Harbour boat ramp. There are also ramps at Matheson’s bay, Big Omaha Wharf, Ti point Boat ramp, Point wells boat ramp, Omaha boat ramp, Matakana Wharf (river access).

Terms and Conditions

Reception Hours: 8.30am – 5.30 pm.

All tariffs quoted are in NZD and inclusive of GST (currently 15%).

In line with our dynamic pricing strategy, tariffs may change depending on demand and availability. Management reserves the right to alter tariffs without notice.

To secure a booking, a 50% deposit payment must be made within 7 days. Deposits can be paid by Visa, Master or Debit card or internet transfer to our bank account. Bookings made fewer than 7 days in advance are fully payable upon booking.

Our cancellation policy: Deposits are not refundable if cancelled within 14 days of your arrival date. If notice of cancellation is received in writing 14 days or more prior to scheduled arrival, guests shall be entitled to refund of the deposit payment less 10%. A minimum admin fee of $50 shall apply, irrespective if we rebook to other guests or not. Changes to a booking after payment of the deposit will incur a $25 administration fee.

Group bookings cancellations: 50% non-refundable deposit.

Card fee: There is a 2% card payment fee for paying by credit card.

Adults are persons 15 years of age and older. Children are persons 1 – 14 years of age. Infants under 1 year stay free of charge.

Accommodation: Check-in time is between 2.00 pm and 7 pm and check-out time is up to 10.00 am. Late check-outs may be possible by prior arrangement, but not during the peak season.

Sites: Check-in time is 12.00 pm and 7 pm and check-out time is up to 11.00 am. Late check-outs may be possible by prior arrangement, but not during the peak season

Minimum stay periods may apply to weekends, public holidays and other special events.

One-night surcharges may apply. This excludes the Luxury Lodge. Minimum price for the lodge is equivalent to a 2 night rate.

Behaviour & Conduct: Pakiri Beach Holiday Park promotes family friendly values.  Swearing or bad language is not allowed. Guests are required to be quiet between 10:30pm and 7:00 am. Excessive drinking and unauthorised parties are not allowed. No alcohol consumption after 10:00 pm. Guests who breach these rules, in Management’s opinion, may be instructed to leave without a refund. Please treat other guests and staff members as you would wish to be treated.

New Year’s Eve: Within our family friendly environment we do allow guests to celebrate New Year by enjoying socially acceptable celebrations until 1:00am. Thereafter, guests are expected to follow standard holiday park rules.

Please report any breakages or damages in the holiday park grounds. Anyone found liable for wilful damage will be charged.

Vehicles on the beach: PLEASE NOTE THAT VEHICLES (OF ANY KIND) ARE NOT ALLOWED ON PAKIRI BEACH. The beach is for pedestrian use only. Leigh is the nearest boat ramp 14km from the park.