Mokohinau Islands, New Zealand

The Mokohinau Islands are a small group of islands that lie off the northeast coast of New Zealand's North Island. The islands are 21 km (13 mi) northwest of Great Barrier Island and approximately 52 km (32 mi) east of Bream Head. Most of them are managed by the Department of Conservation as nature reserves and wildlife sanctuaries.

The islands are volcanic stacks, sitting at the edge of the continental shelf. They are home to a number of New Zealand’s smallest endangered species, such as the Mokohinau skink, the robust skink and the Mokohinau stag beetle as well as a number of endangered plant species.

Things to see and do

* Bird watching
* Marine life

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – NZ Dollar (NZ$)
Language – English & Maori
Land Area – 2.2 km²
Population – 0
Electricity – 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centred below Australian style
Time – GMT plus twelve hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 64

Port Location – There is no landing on the Mokohinau islands. Access is via a wet landing.

Transport Links – The Mokohinau Islands are only accessible by boat from Auckland New Zealand and Hobart, Tasmania.

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