Copthorne Hotel & Resort Hokianga
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... up to 16 metres, and sprang from seed as long as 2,000 years ago. The endangered North Island kokako and the North Island brown kiwi both live here.
We were back to the caravan for a late lunch and found only 2 of us left here. The other camper was travelling on her own with her tent who had been here last night too. We walked through the bush this afternoon and found it so different in the daylight. ...
Left James Sarah and Poppy at 9.30am and headed North on State Highway 16 to Wellsford, then picked up State Highway 1 to Maungaturoto the taking SH 12 to Waipo Forest. We stopped to visit the Lord of the Forest Tane Mahuta, a giant Kauri tree. The road through the forest was v steep, v twisty and v dark in places. We came out of the forest and round ...
... boat to the ‘Hole in the Rock’, a huge coastal arch. The
scenery was even more beautiful from the sea; skimming across the water along
the shoreline reminded us of going along the Gower coast to Worm’s head on the
‘Gower Explorer’ only the sea here was greener, bluer, clearer and warmer!! J Though the Captain had
told us that the swell was too big for us to pass through the arch on arrival
at the ‘rock’ ...
Journeyed South a few hundred kilometres to Auckland today. We went via the famous Bay of Islands - due to budgeting reasons we enjoyed the view of a few small islands off the roadside picnic area... It was a grey day at sea anyway! Our second stop en-route was the Waipoua Kauri forest, where the largest of NZ's remaining giant Kauri trees hold out against the ...
We left Cath and Karin's and headed north and west across the peninsula to what remains of the ancient Kauri forests. Within the first 100 years of European migration a million hectares of forest was cut down due to the long straight hard trunks being perfect for boat building and practically everything else made from wood. We had a day and night in the forest and then a beautiful sunny day ...