Opononi Family Friendly
Opononi is a beach settlement in Hokianga Harbour, in the Northland region. Opononi gained its fame in the mid-1950s from the tame dolphin Opo, who let children ride on her back. Catch a water taxi from Opononi Wharf to giant sand dunes where you can go dune surfing or walk to amazing sandstone formations.
Mobile-friendly - Kohukohu is a unique historic village, designated as a heritage precinct, right on the Hokianga Harbour and the Twin Coast Discovery Route. It is an ideal central base for exploring the Far North. Night Sky Lodge has 5 rooms, all with ensuite bathrooms and verandah. Cosy, spacious shared guest kitchen with dining area, wheelchair accessible facilities, free Wifi.
Mobile-friendly - Opononi Beach Holiday Park is a camping ground with tent and power sites plus cabins located directly across the road from the spectacular Hokianga Harbour. Look out across the sparkling water to the golden sand dunes and enjoy the fabulous sunsets in the evening. Close to the Waipoua Kauri Forest and only 1hr drive to the Bay of Islands.
Opononi Lighthouse Motel provides beachfront accommodation overlooking historic Hokianga Harbour with sea and garden views. It's the perfect base from which to explore historic Hokianga and the Northland region. On-site BBQ, guest laundry, WiFi. 500ms to Opononi village & 19kms from Rawene and Hokianga car ferry. 30kms from Waipoua Forest and Tane Mahuta, the giant kauri tree.
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