Frequently Asked Questions
Getting there is easy, just see our
Rangitoto Ferry page for details, including ferry times, ticket prices and information on how to book your tour.
You must take the ferry to get to Rangitoto Island, which costs $15 for children and $30 for adults for a return tickets - please see our Rangitoto Ferry page for latest prices.
Alternatively, you may choose to book one of our Tour Packages, which includes the ferry ticket, guided tour, and a 4-wheel drive (4WD) tram to a spot near the island’s summit.
Tours can be booked through our partners site here:
The easiest place to park while enjoying your Rangitoto visit is the Downtown Car Park, being only a short 5 minute walk from the Ferry building.
During the weekend and public holidays prices range from $2 per hour to a maximum of $10 per day
Please see the Downtown Carpark website for more details.
Downtown Car Park
- 31 Customs Street West (corner of Lower Hobson Street and Customs Street West).
It is important that you bring everything you need for your visit as there are no shops on Rangitoto Island. This includes bringing, drinking water, food and appropriate footwear / clothing.
During the summer months, we also suggest you wear a hat and bring sunblock as the New Zealand sun can be very strong and nothing ruins your trip like sunburn.