Bridgehouse Lodge

16 Elizabeth Street, Warkworth, North Island, New Zealand | Inn
Prices starting from $70.00

Travel Blogs from Warkworth

Kia Ora, New Zealand!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07


... from the water! We walked all around the city center, taking in the wharf area, fish markets, food halls, university grounds, city hall square, Albert Park, the theatre district and other main sights. I had read about the award-winning "Auckland's best food hall", so of course we had to eat lunch there! I was literally overwhelmed with choices of Asian delights and was in a fit of supreme ...

New Zealand - Auckland

A travel blog entry by gazburn


... With only four million people living in NZ I suppose it isn't that surprising. Later in the day we headed over to Caroline's place for a BBQ. We had hardly had any fish in Asia or Africa, mainly due to the cost and questionable quality. Since being in Australia and NZ we had eaten it nearly everyday and couldn't get enough. We were therefore pretty chuffed when we were served amazingly fresh salmon. You could almost hear our bodies thanking us after months of noodles and fried ...

Claridges on Tour, Part II: North Island!

A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23


... Rotorua for some volcanic activity and some Maori cultural awesomeness. We also went luging in Rotorua and I got to go Zorbing - which is essentially sliding into a human sized hamster ball with a bunch of water and getting pushed down New Zealands infamous rolling hills. Hilarious. I also confronted my fear of birds flying at my face (correction: not a fear, just a flinch!) and held a falcon. Headed out of Rotovegas, we shot over to the ...


A travel blog entry by edsutch


... they ran every 10 minutes rather than waiting 40 minutes until the one I'd booked! Airport express into town and it feels like being back at home, grey, soaking wet and traffic everywhere! Auckland is like a real city, traffic, suburbs, everything New Zealand hasn't been so far! We get into the centre and drive the length of Queen Street which we later find out to be one of the main streets through the city, only about 30 seconds away from where we have an apartment booked! ...

10 Things I've Learned About Kiwis (the people)

A travel blog entry by chasingmysummer


... word - 'ratbag'. A milder, more affectionate version of 'douchebag' or 'dipshit', when it comes to the blue heeler puppy I look after, it now gets used more frequently than the puppy's actual name. 'Whatcha doin', ratbag?' is probably my most common phrase these days. I've also discovered my new least-favourite-but-still-find-hilariou s-for-some-reason word: 'trundler'. Here, it means a shopping trolley. Trundler...I can't say it like a normal person, for some reason.

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This inn, located on 16 Elizabeth Street, Warkworth, is near Matakana Village, Starlight Symhony, and Selwyn Churches.
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