Northland Attractions

Get out on the water!

Russell Russell

Take a boat cruise, do some fishing, parasail in the clouds. There’s so much to experience out on the water. With island walks, native birds, snorkelling and marine life viewing you will be...

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Kai Iwi Lakes

Kai Iwi Lakes

Spend the day at the awe inspiring Kai Iwi Lakes

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Visit the ancient Waipoua Forest

Waipoua Kauri Forest

Be in awe of the magnificent ancient Kauri trees – enjoy a scenic walk through this beautiful forest and say hi to Tane Mahuta and Te Matua Ngahere, the largest and oldest kauri trees in New...

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Visit Cape Reinga from Whatuwhiwhi TOP 10

Cape Reinga Walkway Cape Reinga

At the Cape, the Tasman Sea meets the Pacific Ocean in a spectacular swirl of currents. At the northernmost tip of the Cape is a gnarled pohutukawa tree, believed to be over 800 years old. According...

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Kiwi North

500 State Highway 14 Whangarei

You will find Northland's only Kiwi House at Kiwi North. This Whangarei attraction is set on 25 hectares of rolling farmland, forest & bush, with views that overlook the city & the Whangarei...

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Take a stroll through Trounson Kauri Park

Trounson Park Road

This beautiful Kauri reserve is home to many magnificent Kauri tress, and a variety of native flora, fauna and birdlife. An easy access boardwalk makes this a stunning daytime 40 minute stroll,...

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Whangarei Falls

6 Ngunguru Rd Whangarei

Whangarei Falls is located in Whangarei Scenic Reserve. The classic curtain waterfall is part of the Hatea River and one of the most popular swimming spot in the area. Easy access and a well-maintained...

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Spot a Kiwi in the wild!

7 Opouteke Road Dargaville

Discover the secrets of the Great Kauri Forests on our 2 hour Guided Kiwi Walk through Trounson Kauri Park. Marvel at the magnificent Kauri Trees and explore the sights and sounds of the forest...

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Botanica Whangarei – Fernery, Conservatory and Cacti House

2 First Avenue Whangarei

New Zealand’s largest public collection of native ferns. Conservatory contains tropical plants and vibrant flower displays. Open 10am- 4pm.

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Visit World Class Wineries & Restaurants

Bay of Islands

We are lucky to have a fantastic selection of wineries and restaurants in the Bay of Islands, including the Duke of Marlborough, Omata Estate, Sage Restaruant, Hone’s Garden to name a few!

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Adventure Forest

4 Huanui Rd Whangarei

10 tree-top challenge courses packed with thrill, fun and action. There are circuits for all ages and abilities, with countless obstacles and of course lots of flying foxes: wire traverses,...

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Let's Ride at the Waitangi Mountain Bike Park!

33 Bayly Road Bay of Islands

Situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the world, the Waitangi Mountain Bike Park is located in the Bay of Islands. With over 40km complete and a further 30km of trails to be developed...

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Visit the Waitangi Treaty Grounds

Waitangi Treaty Grounds Waitangi

The mission of the Waitangi Treaty Grounds represent an enduring symbol of nationhood. Recognised as a pivotal piece of Aotearoa history, the experiences gained at Waitangi are like no other...

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The Kauri Museum

5 Church Road Matakohe

Get introduced to real New Zealand heritage at its best... The Kauri Museum is the perfect insight into Northland’s pioneer past, and a way to discover more about the ancient Kauri trees that...

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Whangarei Quarry Gardens

37A Russell Road Whangarei

Whangarei quarry gardens is a subtropical oasis created by volunteers in the remnants of a former stone quarry in Northland, New Zealand. The Gardens are set over 60 acres and feature a lake,...

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Matai Bay

Matai Rd Kaitaia

Twin bays with pristine, classic NZ beaches. It is still amongst the lesser-known, so even during the silly-season you still may find serenity!

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Te Ara Tahuna Cycletrack

214E Hibiscus Coast Highway Auckland

Enjoy the estuary views while walking or cycling along the water’s edge, through bush trails and parks and learn about the historical significance of the area. Along the path you can find Maori...

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