Hokowhitu Lagoon

Hokowhitu Lagoon was once an important fishery for Rangitāne that had a thriving eel population. Nowadays, this place is a hotspot for water sports, or an ideal place to go for a walk with a view. Come on down for an easy outing or stroll.

Photo shows two kids on boat ramp, pointing at ducks swimming in the water below them, with riparian planting and willows in the underneath autumn trees.

Hokowhitu Lagoon.

Used for

Biking, Walking, Picnics, Functions, Kayaking, Fishing (Licence needed), Model boats.


Picnic tables, Toilets, Carpark.

Dog access

On leash throughout.


Centennial Drive

Photo shows couple walking along limestone pathway with lagoon on one side and grassy reserve full of trees on the other.