Loredo Motel

25 North Road, Kaitaia, New Zealand
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Introducing Kaitaia :-)

by kotitihaere

Kaitaia is the most northern town of the Northland region and the gateway to the Far North. With a population of around 5000, swelling at Christmas time with an influx of tourists, Kaitaia maintains its rural charm and laid back lifestyle.

Walking around the town, you may get a friendly nod or a "kia ora" from strangers as you pass. At some shops you may see gumboots outside - locals will often remove their footwear before entering a shop if the footwear is muddy.

You will also see alot of 4WDs - they will usually be muddy or sandy as in this town, 4WDs are used as they should be - for off roading, crossing streams, driving around farms and around beaches.

If you are planning on going further north to camp, then stock up at Pak N Save - the local supermarket. While there are other shops further north, Pak N Save has the most extensive range of goods and the best prices.

90 Mile Beach - Kaitaia

by bwk_michael

"Kaitaia"

Kaitaia is a town in the far north region of New Zealand, at the base of the Aupouri Peninsula which is about 160km northwest of Whangarei. It is the last major settlement on the main road north to the capes and bays on the peninsula. Ahipara Bay, the southernmost part of Ninety Mile Beach, is five kilometres west of the town.

The main industries of the town are forestry and tourism. The town has a population of 5,202 (2006 census) which makes it second largest in the FNDC area, behind Kerikeri.

The name Kaitaia means plenty of food. Kai being the Maori word for food

"90 Mile Beach"

Ninety Mile Beach is a beach located on the western coast of the far north of the North Island of New Zealand. It stretches from just west of Kaitaia towards Cape Reinga along the Aupouri Peninsula. It begins close to the headland of Reef Point, to the west of Ahipara Bay, sweeping briefly northeast before turning northwest for the majority of its length. It ends at Scott Point, five km south of Cape Maria van Diemen.

"Ahipara"

Ahipara is a town and locality in Northland, New Zealand. It is at the southern end of Ninety Mile Beach, with the Tauroa Peninsula to the west and Herekino Forest to the east. Ahipara Bay is to the north west. Kaitaia is 14 km to the north east, and Pukepoto is between the two.

The population was 1,125 in the 2006 Census, an increase of 84 from 2001.

Shipwreck Bay, at the southern point of Ahipara Bay, contains a number of wrecks visible at low tide.

Most Northern Town

by kotitihaere

"Gateway to the Far North"

Kaitaia is the most northern town of the Northland region and the gateway to the Far North. With a population of around 5000, swelling at Christmas time with an influx of tourists, Kaitaia maintains its rural charm and laid back lifestyle.

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