Kaurivale

Babylon Coast Rd, RD 3, Whangarei, North Island, New Zealand | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Babylon Coast Rd, RD 3, Whangarei.
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    Travel Blogs from Whangarei

    Morning Campers

    A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... always been the same. We do a lot of walking at home. It’s not unusual for us to walk 3-4 miles on a day out, so it’s perfectly normal to our girls, and Alice does NOT like to be left out.We continued our walk from the falls, and headed to AH Reed Kauri Park. We took the trail trough the bush and over a treetop walk past magnificent native trees, including the Kauri, some of which were believed to be at least 500 years old! They were huge; both ...

    Forest giants

    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on May 20, 2014

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    Walked through the trounson forest, a rare remnant of the kauri forests that used to exist in northland. Then onto the waipoua forest where we found the 2nd largest kauri tree but has the widest girth making it the most impressive. In comparison to its neighbouring trees, looked like matchsticks. Then visited the largest tree, absolute beast! About 2000 years old. Couple of very fat Maori women (ed thought could be blokes) were sat in front of the tree playing the ...

    I've got a picture of you in my phone

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 23, 2014

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    ... time, impressed by a hostel owner's ability to say the same things to different people but remain interested. I stayed at the YHA Whangerai Falls, so seeing the waterfall required little effort. That's at one corner of a triangle, though, with an hour's walk to Abbey Caves, a further hour from there to town, and one more back to the hostel. That was my afternoon sorted, then. The waterfall was just stunning-2 minutes walk to a dramatic fall, surrounded by greenery, flowers setting ...

    Opo, People and Kauris

    A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jan 04, 2014

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    ... 8217;s son, who said that it was time to repay the debt and invited Hilary and her husband to live on their family land in Omapere (where we are now). Hilary explained that in Maori custom, they view themselves as stewards of the land, but not actual owners. They were welcome to stay on the land until the end of their life. But, at age 59, the son unexpectedly died. And as is typical, there are lots of family members ...

    On the road!

    A travel blog entry by catherinejill on Nov 28, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... that, not once have we got mad or upset. We have both just laughed it all off. We see no point in getting mad or upset about the little or really big things. Especially being half way across the country from any family or friends. Who do we have to go vent to anyways? Plus on the bright side, we have plenty of wine and a great view. There are better things to be doing :). We hope you are all doing good. We love and miss you. It's almost December! We'll write soon again. ...