This tide data is provided courtesy of Land Information New Zealand. An online version is available at: www.linz.govt.nz/sea/tides/tide-predictions
Download the Northland Tide Tables 2022-2023 (PDF, 1.4MB)
Please note, all mooring holders will be sent a copy of the Tide Tables with their receipts for annual mooring fees.
New Zealand daylight saving time
The tide predictions for the Standard (main) ports in this tide table have been corrected for daylight saving time. Daylight saving runs from 2am Sunday 25 September 2022 to 3am Sunday 2 April 2023.
All New Zealand tidal data is referenced to predictions for standard (main) ports. Northland’s standard ports are Marsden Point on the east coast and Port Taranaki on the west coast.
The times and heights of tides for secondary ports can be found by applying the corrections on pages 36 to 37 to the corresponding standard port predictions.
Northland's east coast has thirteen harbours:
- Bay of Islands
Northland's west coast has four harbours:
Why Port Taranaki?
Tides times are calculated from standard (main) ports. The tidal information for Northland's west coast is based on the closest standard port which is Taranaki.
DISCLAIMER: (As of June 2022)
We have endeavoured to ensure that the information in this publication is accurate and current. However, we do not accept liability for any error or omission. The information that appears in this publication is intended to provide the best advice that the above organisations have had access to. It may be subject to change at any time, without notice. Northland Regional Council takes no responsibility whatsoever for the currency and/or accuracy of this information, its completeness or fitness for purpose. All references to regional and district council legal requirements were correct at the time of printing. Maps contain data sourced from Land Information New Zealand (Crown Copyright Reserved).