Great Barrier Island Residents

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Great Barrier Island Residents Deals

Depart Great Barrier Island Return
Adult $90.00
Child * $70.00
Student / Senior $80.00
Family Pass (2 adults, up to 3 chuldren) ^ $295.00
Car $305.00
Motorcycle Only $90.00

* Children 5-15 yrs. Infants 0-4 yrs travel free.

^ Family Passes require all members of the family to travel together in both directions. Any split in the party's travel will require the payment of full return fares for every family member.

Conditions: Fares apply to return travel only and the first leg of the journey must commence from Great Barrier Island. Proof of residence may be required.

All prices include GST. We will accept Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Diners, EFTPOS. We do not accept cheques.

To book Residents' Deals please call (0800) 732 546

Great Barrier Island Residents Deals - Terms and Conditions

Fares only available to Great Barrier Island residents, proof of residency required on request. Travel is only available on a return basis and must originate from Great Barrier Island. Fares may not be used in conjunction with any other offer. SeaLink reserves the right to ‘close out' sailings for Residents Deals at peak travel times. Once travel has commenced, if terms and conditions are not observed, an upgrade to the FULL RETURN fare will be required. Cancellation fees apply or monies can be held in credit for future travel, valid for up to 12 months. Fares are subject to change without notice. Discounts do not apply to trucks, trailers or commercial vehicles.

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