Ahipara is a small coastal town located at the southern end of 90 Mile Beach, in the Northland region region. Ahipara activities include fishing, boating, surfing, hiking, quad biking and golfing.
Renowned for spectacular sunsets it also boasts one of the best left-hand surf breaks in the world and is home to one of Northland’s award winning wineries. more
Shipwreck Bay, to the left of the township, is aptly named. At low tide some of the wrecks are still visible. Above Shipwreck Bay is the Ahipara Gumfields Historic Reserve, where you can see relics from the kauri gum digging days and remnants of ancient kauri forests. In the late 1800s the gum fields supported two thousand people, three hotels and numerous shops. Bullock teams carted the gum to waiting ships at Shipwreck Bay.
Mobile-friendly - Welcome to Ahipara Holiday Park, situated in picturesque Ahipara, Northland. With a range of accommodation options available including tent/power sites, cabins and a self-contained lodge, we have something for everyone. The perfect pick up point for Cape Reinga tours and only five minutes walk to 90 Mile Beach, famous surf breaks, great fishing spots, with quad bike tours close by.
Mobile-friendly - Ahipara Tides features a high quality coastal paradise setting where the sun shines all day. Our self-contained accommodation, designed with pure comfort in mind, features wireless broadband, spa pool and a private BBQ on the deck. We are located right on the beachfront with private off street parking. Ahipara is central to all activities, locally and Northland wide.
Mobile-friendly - Experience the best of the Far North on this day trip with Sand Safaris. Highlights of the tour include Cape Reinga, sand boarding at Te Paki sand dunes, Tapotupotu Bay, a drive on 90 Mile Beach and more. Tour provides frequent stops, driver commentary, and lunch. Sand boards are provided. Departs once daily from Ahipara, Kaitaia or Awanui.
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