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Bay of Islands Cape Brett 'Hole in the Rock' Cruise
"You will then pass through the famous Cape Brett ""Hole in the Rock"" at Motukokako Island and on to view the majestic Grand Cathedral Cave.The crew share with you local history and ecology and you will often see a variety of marine wildlife in Seals Dolphins Penguins and other sea and bird life.You'll visit one of the bay's most beautiful islands where you can swim and snorkel or relax on the beach and take in the magic of the island.Please note during the winter months (May to October 19) the afternoon departure is approximately 3 hours in duration
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Cape Reinga and 90 Mile Beach Tour from Bay of Islands
"Explore one of the most amazing stretches of coastline in Oceania on a custom-built Waverider coach that keeps you comfortable as it moves effortlessly over sandy beaches rugged roads and quicksand streams. Start your New Zealand North Island adventure day trip with a stop at the Puketi Forest home to 1000-year-old kauri trees some of the most ancient trees in the world. Walk along a ground-level boardwalk that meanders around the trunks of the trees and learn more about the area from the information panels located throughout the walk.After you leave the Puketi Forest you’ll head to Houhora Harbour lunch at Wagner’s Holiday Park. Later you will go to Cape Reinga
From NZD152.00
 
Kerikeri and Crafts Half-Day Tour from Bay of Islands
"Your afternoon tour starts on the Paihia waterfront where you’ll board your coach for the approximate 20-minute drive northwest to Kerikeri. Your first stop is Ake Ake a small family-run vineyard outside Kerikeri where you can enjoy samples of organic wine and coffee. Then head into town to visit two of New Zealand’s oldest buildings from the time of European settlement — the Mission House and Stone Store. Learn about Kerikeri including the relationship between the Maori chief Hongi Hika and early European settlers and hear about Reverend Marsden a missionary who is credited with planting the grapevines that eventually led to the area’s thriving industry. At the Stone Store — originally built to house mission supplies and wheat — you can purchase gifts and souvenirs. Next
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Mangonui Fish Shop & Takeaways

Mangonui Fish Shop was packed as we walked in the door. Seemed that everyone from Northland knew about this great little fish shop.Built on a wharf the fish shop has covered outdoor seating looking...
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Webster's Cafe, Opononi.

In Opononi, opposite the wharf, you will find Webster's Cafe, set back from the road. You can stroll along the waterfront here then head in for a coffee - as we did, to break the journey down the west...
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Pukenui Pacific Cafe and Bar.

On the road to Cape Reinga in January 2006, dying for a cup of coffee, we were alarmed that Kaitaia (our last major town heading north) seemed to lack a visible cafe! However, having nearly given up,...
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Artform

Artform is a bar, gallery and restaurant rolled into one in Waipu. In January 2006, I stopped there with two friends for a light dinner and cold beer on the way back to Auckland after a day exploring...
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Mangonui Fish Shop

The Mangonui Fish Shop continues the high standard of Fish and Chip restaurants in New Zealand. This one is world famous and has been voted best fish and chips in NZ in the past.Many varieties of fish...
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Tane Mahuta Kiosk.

The Tane Mahuta kiosk seems like it's in the middle of no-where. It's actually right beside the carpark at Tane Mahuta on State Highway 12, but it's a long way to the nearest town! The poor girls that...
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The Mangonui Fish Shop.

This place gets pretty busy in the evenings because it's a stop for day coach trips to Cape Reinga and Ninety Mile Beach.It's in the Lonely Planet and is located on a wharf over the Mangonui Harbour....
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Black Sheep Cafe, Sheepworld

The Balck sheep cafe at Sheepworld, offers meals, snacks and the usual array of fne New Zealand coffees. Coffee and cakes
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Otehei Bay Café

Otehei Bay Cafe serves snack and meals, also cold drinks alcoholic and non-alcoholic. The food looks and tastes great and there nothing like a cold beer on a hot summers day sitting on the beach.
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Mondos

Mondos is a cafe type restaurant. They serve a wide variety of food. Great for the drive up to the Bay of Islands to stop in have a rest and a bite to eat.
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9 Causeway Rd., Bay of Islands, Paihia, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
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8-10 Coutts Avenue, Paihia, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
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555 Ngunguru Road, Glenbervie, Whangarei, North Island, New Zealand
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361 Western Hills Drive - State Highway 1, Whangarei, New Zealand
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512 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri, New Zealand
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P O Box 16, , Russell, North Island 0255
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Russell

Across the bay from Paihia is the town of Russell. It was originally called Kororareka and was the first Europesan settlement in the area. The local Mâori people very soon realised that there was...
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Waitangi Treaty Grounds

(This article is from Waitangi website)..“Te Ana o Maikuku ..is the original name for the Hopson’s beach in front of the waka house . Maikuku is a female ancestor of the area. The name Hobson Beach...
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Cape Reinga

Cape Reinga is popularly regarded as the country's northernmost point but in fact the Surville Cliffs (formerly: Kerr Point) on North Cape at the eastern tip of the land up there are almost five...
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Haruru Falls

They're not really high falls by any means, but they are in a horseshoe shape, which is evidently rare, Niagra Falls being cited as the only other horseshoe shaped falls known. Beware of your...
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Visit Russell

Once called the "Hellhole of the South Pacific," Russell was long known as a town of ill repute. This was a favorite port of call sailors. Today, it's a quaint old resort town on the bay. It can be...
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Ninety Mile Beach...

The reason why rental companies do not allow you to drive on 90 Mile Beach (which is only 90km or 55 miles long) is simple: The cars are not insured. Often cars get stuck in the sand and have to be...
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"Auckland To Cape Reinga"
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"Huge Kauri Forests, Endless Beaches and History"
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"Northland"
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"Northland, New Zealand."
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"Northland"
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