We list below some of the main local attractions all within an easy drive of our campsite
This beautiful area in the far north of New Zealand is a playground for those who just love beaches and is perfect for young families or fishermen. Each beach or bay has its own distinct personality and special character.
These vary from sheltered bays with fine white sand, such as Matai Bay and Rangiputa, to rugged rocky coastline with pounding surf. Tokerau Beach is perfect for kite surfing and sand yachting and for wave surfing when the wind and tides are right.
Or you can just relax and soak up the sun in this subtropical paradise.
Diving and snorkelling in Doubtless Bay is excellent yet still relatively unknown and exclusive. The local skippers know the top spots and can take you to them. Collect mussels, scallops and, of course, crayfish. .
Whangaroa Golf Club (email@example.com)
located 15 kilometres east of Doubtless Bay on State Highway 10
located at Ahipara at the bottom of Ninety Mile Beach
Enjoy fishing Doubtless Bay from Tokerau Beach, Rangiputa or Mangonui in fully equipped, safe boats. Catch some of the many species found in this beautiful bay.
Tokerau Beach or Rangiputa Beach are perfect for kite surfing and one of the world's leading schools is based here in summer
Locally based on the peninsula, Water Cowboys provide boat charter, fun tours, BBQ,
Beach Picnics, fishing, snorkelling, diving, spear fishing, and tuition in stand-
Also locally based in Whatuwhiwhi, enjoy fine in-
We specialise in soft-
Kayak and Wetsuit hire close to the motorcamp
Phone Nick on:
09 408 7575
Mob 0210 2798586
Butler Point Whaling Museum and Historic Homestead
Butler Point is a privately owned 26 hectare property at Hihi -
Please note that Butler Point is open to the public by appointment only.
Ancient Kauri Kingdom
Situated just north of Kaitaia, about 20 minutes drive from the campground, is this large showroom of Kauri craftsmanship where you can stroll around the many beautiful examples of what can be made from this ancient wood. Well worth a visit.
Discover the history of The Far North and the gum digging revolution that shaped the landscape, the people and the local industries of our past as well as our modern day lives. View the maze of giant gum holes that reveal extraordinary kauri trees from prehistoric times and explore the mystery that caused the destruction of these ancient forests. Situated about 45 kilometres west of Tokerau Beach, off State Highway 1, Gumdiggers Park is a four minute detour off the main route to Cape Reinga.
Matthews Vintage Collection
Located at Aurere, a few kilometres east of Inland Road on State Highway 10, experience
a unique opportunity to view a privately-