Russell

Russell, New Zealand

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Russell Videos (22)

Hotels in Russell

Russell Accommodations (9)
Duke of Marlborough Hotel Russell

Duke of Marlborough Hotel Russell

4.50 432 reviews

35 The Strand, Russell, New Zealand

Hananui Lodge Motel Russell

Hananui Lodge Motel Russell

4.50 135 reviews

4 York Street , Russell, New Zealand

Aomotu Lodge Russell

Aomotu Lodge Russell

4.50 6 reviews

6 Ashby Street, Russell, New Zealand

The Clendon Russell

The Clendon Russell

3.00 4 reviews

James Clendon Place, Russell, New Zealand

Travel Blogs from Russell

Russell Travel Blogs (263)
Recovering from Driving Coma & Dolphin Watching, Russell, New Zealand travel blog

Recovering from Driving Coma & Dolphin Watching

A travel blog entry by sfrtw

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... Bay of Island dolphin cruise for the next day, and hung out at the Paihia wharf.  In the afternoon, we took the ferry over to Russell, which isn't much of a ferry ride.  It's really a tiny barge that holds only a few cars, and it takes 10 min to ...

A Little History and Culture.., Russell, The Bay of Islands, New Zealand travel blog

A Little History and Culture..

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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... morning with Dean. I hadn't realised how packed with history it was compared with other towns or even that it was once New Zealand's capital. Russell is quite similar in character to Paihia just over the water, and has a seaside village 'feel' to it. ...

Lovely Russell, Russell, New Zealand travel blog

Lovely Russell

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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3

... if we went straight up highway one would have to drive a long way round to to get to or alternatively take the ferry. Arrived in Russell which is a really nice old town and was one of the first places the Europeans settled in. The main street is full of ...

The Bay of Islands, Russell, New Zealand travel blog

The Bay of Islands

A travel blog entry by russiatooz

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5

... mostly reconstructed residence of James Busby, the British Government Resident who was sent to sort out the vagabonds causing trouble in Russell. Not very exciting! Much better was "Te Whare Runanga" - a traditional Maori Meeting House opened during the ...