Dargaville Attractions and Activities
Dargaville has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. From adrenaline-pumping adventure to a relaxing day out, you need never be bored in Dargaville.
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Walk through kauri and rimu forest to four tall kauri trees growing extremely close together. The walk is a short, one-way loop that takes you through kauri and rimu vegetation to see the 'Four Sisters', an impressive stand of four tall and graceful kauri trees growing extremely close together.
Take a 20-minute walk in Waipoua Forest to view the world’s second largest living kauri 'Te Matua Ngahere'. You get an opportunity to experience many aspects of this dynamic forest system. The forest type varies from almost pure kauri stands to mixed podocarp/hardwood, with kauri grass, kiekie, neinei and ferns in the understorey.
The Kauri Museum tells the fascinating story of pioneering settlers through the theme of kauri. Experience the awesome history of the mighty kauri, its beautiful timber and kauri gum. Located in Matakohe, en route to the giant kauri trees in the Waipoua Forest. One of Northland's best heritage attractions. A great place to visit for the whole family.
Astronomy Adventures (NZ) offers you an unforgettable visual adventure in the night sky. Based at Baylys Beach, Northland, New Zealand, we offer you the opportunity to view the stars through a large computerised telescope. Weather permitting, see craters on the Moon, the satellites of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, the phases of Venus, as well as countless star clusters id#03l03g12
Get away from the hustle and bustle of life. Birdsnest Glamping is set in 20 acres of bush. With a queen size bed in the tent and a bathroom right next door with hot water a flushing toilet and solar powered lights. A covered kitchen area provides a BBQ and bench top stove to cook on.
The Dargaville Museum has become a fascinating must-see attraction when visiting Northland. The Museum now has 1800 square metres of exhibition space including: a 16m long pre-European Maori canoe, replica gumdiggers camp, pioneer hall, working model railway, shipwreck relics, masts of the ill-fated Greenpeace protest ship Rainbow Warrior. Something to interest everyone in the family! Magnificent views too.
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