Northeast Chatham Island
Northeast Chatham Island boasts a range of visitor accommodation and there is plenty for you to see making it an ideal northern base during your stay on Chatham Island. The region is renowned for its seafood and diving.
Northeast Chatham Island is mostly in private ownership and permission must be obtained to access the missionary and whaling settlement ruins. It is strongly suggested that you use an approve guide to ensure you have the best possible experience. Guides can be located via the directory on this web site.
- Moriori rakau momori (tree carvings) in the J.M. Barker (Hapupu) National Historic ReservOcean Mail Scenic Reserve
- To find out about Kaingaroa, select from the map.
- Seal Colony at Point Munning
- Ruins of missionary and whaling settlements at Mission Bay near Te Whakaru
- Remains of Sunderland flying boat