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Northland Region Major Towns
Museum has maritime displays, Maori artefacts, a kauri gum diggers' exhibition,
bushwalks and souvenirs. The Woodturner's Studio is a gallery of kauri carving,
turned pieces and a workshop to see how it's all done.
Hill offers excellent views and is a beautiful place for a picnic on a fine
day. Pioneer Village covers several acres and includes many historic buildings,
the most notable being the First Courthouse in New Zealand.
trips to Cape Reinga via 90 Mile Beach leave daily from Kaitaia.
Kerikeri's collection of historic buildings - the Kerikeri Mission House,
Kemp House and the Stone Store. Spend some time at Rewa's Village, a replica
Maori settlement or walk to Rainbow Falls to see the spectacular 27-metre
'Hole in the Rock' cruise takes you to the tip of Cape Brett and through
the islands of the Bay. Hop aboard a dolphin encounter cruise, where you
may get the chance to swim with dolphins.
is a major game fishing port - head out to target marlin, tuna, broad bill
and shark. Christ Church on Robertson Street is the oldest church in New
Zealand. It still bears the cannonball holes of the Maori wars.
Whangarei Falls is known as the most photogenic waterfall in New Zealand. Climb to the summit of Mount Manaia - the remains of an ancient volcano, or check out the kauri trees in AH Reed Memorial Park.