Eastland Motel Accommodation, New Zealand
+64 6 864 4880
Address:5198 Te Araroa Road
Hicks Bay Motel Lodge Introduction
Hicks Bay Motel Lodge is our Eastland motel accommodation consisting of 43 ground floor units overlooking Hicks Bay waterways.
Our motels in Eastland offers 12 motel units, self-contained with cooking facilities, bathroom and small deck, sleeps five; 25 hotel rooms with small fridge, hot drink making facilities and bathroom, sleeps three; all serviced daily.
Facilities at our Eastland Motel Accommodation
- On-licensed restaurant
- Off-license bottle store and essentials shop
- Internet access
- Guest laundry
- Swimming pool
- Pool table
- Card payphone
Activities Local to our Eastland Motel Accommodation
Glowworm grotto, walking tracks and leisure fishing are at our doorstep.
Spacious park ground setting surrounded by nature in a subtropical climate.
Visit the Hicks Bay Wharf and see the panoramic views of the rugged Pacific Ocean coastline.
Location of our Eastland Motel Accommodation
Our motel accommodation in Eastland is located midway between Opotiki 160 kilometres south and Gisborne 180 kilometres north. 35 kilometres to the East Cape Lighthouse, the most eastern point in the world.
One petrol/diesel station in Te Araroa (next station 40 kilometres either direction), so fill up in Opotiki or Gisborne.
Tariff: (Two persons) Motels NZ$135 – NZ$165, Hotels NZ$110 – NZ$125, extra person NZ$15.
Seasonal rates apply.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex and Eftpos.
Eastland reaches out to the Pacific Ocean, and is the first mainland place in the world to see the sun each day.
There's a wonderfully fresh quality to the scenery of Eastland. Bush fringed misty mountain lakes, beaches that have hardly changed for hundreds of years, farmland and vineyards that breathe the spirit of nature.
The further you go, the more nature's bounty tempts—camping, diving, fishing, hunting, swimming and surfing opportunities abound.
There are many interesting and beautiful walks within the region, but one of the most stunning areas for hiking and trekking is in the Te Urewera National Park, the third largest national park and the largest untouched native forest in New Zealand. Soft adventure, such as horse trekking is another way to experience the magic of Eastland.
In the tiny coastal settlement of Te Araroa, you'll find Te Waha-o-Rerekohu—New Zealand's most ancient pohutukawa tree. It's more than 600 years old. Down the road in Tikitiki is St Mary's Church—one of the most ornate Maori churches in New Zealand.