Official Partners

National Partners

Tangatapu Trails

  • +64 9 403 8416
Tangatapu Trails is the start of the Whangamumu walking track in Rawhiti.  Full service B&B bunk accommodation for groups up to 6, at $50 pp per night.
Five minutes walk from Russell Wharf, distinctly French in style, built in 1842 and set in award winning gardens, and originally housed a printery.

Te Rito Marae

  • +64 021 047 4494
An authentic Maori marae experience located right on the trail in a beautiful rural setting.  Welcome onto the marae with a Powhiri, group accommodations and homecooked meals provided
Cook to Kupe Tour: A top of the range all e-bike tour rich in history, culture, scenery, quirky towns, interesting locals, boutique accommodation, gastronomical delights and magical experiences.  This 5-night tour starts on Sunday evening in Kerikeri and finishes in Paihia or Russell the...

Kings Theatre Creative

The largest art gallery in the district, offering a unique, authentic art experience; group and solo exhibitions, Toi Maori artworks and gifts from 200+ local artists. Open 10am-4pm  

Te Waiariki Ngawha Springs

A taonga (treasure) of the North. 16 Geothermal mineral hot pools each with unique nutrient and temperature characteristics. Used for centuries for relaxation, therapeutic qualities and healing. Opening hours  9am to 9pm

Northland Kaikohe Fire Museum

  • 09 4011100
  • 22 Rankin Street, Kaikohe
NZ’s largest Fire Engine and Memorabilia Collection! A great collection of old & modern Fire memorabilia. Full size fire engine collection and more! Model fire engine & displays, uniforms & helmets from around the world. Fire Safety Education. Entry by Donation. Open Wednesday to...
Don’t miss this inspirational spot – situated on a hillside with a stunning view over the Hokianga Harbour, it is the western terminus point for the cycle trail. Established on the shore of the spectacular Hokianga Harbour in 1828 as a Wesleyan Mission station....

New Zealand’s second oldest building, the Te Waimate Mission preserves missionary, farming and architectural history, as well as stories of important early encounters between Maori and Europeans. Through its history, the property has been host to Charles Darwin, was the location of the Second...

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