Bethells Beach (also known by its Maori name Te Henga) is a stunning coastal resort community in the west of Auckland but outside of the urban sprawl. Bethells Beach is famous for its picturesque black sand beaches and boasts scores of black sand dunes and its popular attractions include surfing, bush walks, parasailing, fishing and sunbathing.
Come and relax at Bethells Beach and sunbathe on its black beaches, trek its stunning boardwalks and discover its three dune-bound lakes - Lake Wainamu, Lake Kawaupaka and Lake Waiataru.
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Flaxmere House is located in Auckland near Bethells Beach, with a tranquil setting and views of Bethells Valley. This Executive 5-star Venue/Holiday House was designed all on one level of 440m2 floor area on a private 10acres. If you're looking for a venue or a holiday to hold a special function this is the place to enjoy the good life.
Mobile-friendly - Kiko boutique guided tours offer an authentic bicultural experience for visitors who prefer travelling in smaller groups. Our tours showcase special landscapes close to Auckland City. Connect with Māori culture, enjoy warm hospitality, learn about local histories, and take part in activities unique to the places you visit. A knowledgeable guide will offer you a truly memorable visit.
We are an exclusive guided touring service specialising in custom, small group tours of NZ's North and South Islands. We'll put you straight into clean, green NZ, find off the beaten track hidden gems, mingle with locals at work and play, and enjoy stunning black sand beaches, sub-tropical rain forests and the unrivalled beauty of the Southern Alps.
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