Travel Blogs from Whangarei
... trip continued up to North land where we stopped off at Whangarei to see the falls and hike up Mount Mania! Before heading back down to Auckland and surrounds. Auckland was very busy and not ideal for our camper, especially as we had to drive 40 minutes out of town to camp each night. We did enjoy Gulf harbour where we stayed, taking advantage of group on deals for another bargain brunch. We were also impressed by mount Eden and enjoyed walking ...
Lauren On the second day Jarrod and I got dressed and went to the beach and found a blue bottle so we went back to the camper-van.Everyone had cereal for breakfast,after breakfast we went to a coffee shop so mum and dad could have some coffee and also did a geocache. Then we went to a park and a Clock Museum.after that we went to the waterfalls then we went to dairy river played a game called TAG hade dinner and went to sleep. ...
... reminding me very much of american settlements such as Williamsburg but on a much smaller scale!! The church was gorgeous!! The first day, was a little squally, so we decided to take a boat trip around the Bay of Islands. We booked a boat the night before, and were taken around some of the most significant islands. We went out to the hole in the rock, but due to the conditions, we were not able to drive through. On the way back we saw schools of dolphins and landed ...
Thu Mar 13
Run in the morning
Pack up n big drive day. Stopped for groceries n coffee for L n flashlights. Stopped in Warkworth to book lodging n have lunch. Finally arrived Waipu Cove around 5. Long day in car.
Awesome lodging n location. Rode little rope ferry over to dunes. Kids had a blast boogieing sown dunes. L n I joined in ...
... a personal guide for the two of us! It’s primarily a wall dive, but it’s actually quite a nice one, and given this is the first time we’ve dived in temperate waters off New Zealand we actually see quite a few fish we’ve never seen before: Leatherjackets, Mau Mau, Long Finned Boarfish, King fish, plus others too – and some massive nudibranch! It’s too cold for coral, so the sea flora is mostly kelp, but it looks ...
Other places to stay in Whangarei
9 Riverside Drive, Whangarei | 3 star hotelfrom $133
Waverly St., Onerahi, Whangarei | Hotelfrom $92
35 Otaika Rd, Whangarei | 3 star hotelfrom $96
54 Otaika Road, Whangarei | Hotelfrom $64
260 Kamo Rd., Whangarei | Hotelfrom $92
2 Bank St., Whangarei | Hotelfrom $43