Bay of Islands Visitor Information
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Mobile-friendly - Come to the beautiful Bay of Islands, one of New Zealand's most picturesque destinations. It attracts visitors from all over the world. We offer a full selection of accommodation styles that will suit most people and groups. We manage all aspects of your stay - a stress free experience for you.
As you head north towards the Bay of Islands region on New Zealand's North Island, make a detour to Cape Brett. This is a place of outstanding scenic beauty offering views over the Bay of Islands including the 'hole in the rock' and beyond. It is also home to the Cape Brett lighthouse.
Kawakawa is a small town in the North Island of New Zealand. Located in Northland on the State Highway 1, it has a tiny population of just over 1,000. Originally a service town for the local coal mining industry, its economy is now based around farming.
The Kororipo-Kerikeri Basin is culturally and historically one of the important places in New Zealand because it is where the country's two major cultures first met and lived, worked and traded together. Unlike many other early meeting places between European and indigenous people, Kerikeri has remains much the same as it did in the early 19 th century.
Mobile-friendly - Kia ora! Hello! We are the Harding family. Come join us for an amazing and unforgettable Maori cultural experience. Embrace the warmth of true Maori culture through our family. You will immediately feel welcomed and at ease with your hosts as you experience our culture, land, nature, amazing stories and food on this unforgettable experience.
Mobile-friendly - Waitangi Treaty Grounds is New Zealand’s most important historic site where in 1840 Aotearoa New Zealand’s founding document the Treaty of Waitangi, Te Tiriti o Waitangi was signed. Enjoy the two new contemporary museums, Treaty House, carved Meeting House, carving studio and the world’s largest ceremonial war canoe with the all-inclusive Experience Pass.
A beautiful shot of Paihia beachfront
Information about the colonial history of New Zealand, and an in-depth look into the Treaty of Waitangi - a document signed in 1840 by representatives of the British Crown and various Maori chiefs.
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