Great Barrier Island is 90km north east of central Auckland, New Zealand, located at the edge of the Hauraki Gulf, the Barrier is one of the most unspoilt places you’ll ever find, with an area of 285 square kilometres (110 sq mi), it is the sixth-largest island in New Zealand. Great Barrier Island was named by Captain Cook for the barrier it forms between the Hauraki Gulf and the open sea.
For more local information & history visit:
Milk, Honey and Grain Museum | Ph: (09) 429 0773
Gray’s Museum | Ph: (09) 429 0123