Arches Retreat - Ridgeland Farm Whangarei

Address: 400 Owhiwa Road, Whangarei, North Island, 0192, New Zealand | Villa
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This villa, located on 400 Owhiwa Road, Whangarei, is near Whangarei Falls.
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      The wetter the better

      A travel blog entry by amio_campers on Dec 12, 2014

      13 photos

      ... volcanic features both above and below the water. The islands have been uninhabited ever since the small Maori tribe were massacred by a rival tribe back in the 1800s, therefore the islands are a pretty unique natural habitat – almost a snapshot of what much of NZ would have been like before captain cook introduced a load of non-native species (they are so heavily protected that even stepping foot on the island will get you a $250,000 fine and a ...


      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Aug 31, 2014

      17 comments, 4 photos

      ... people nominated for the Pride of Australia Medal, a series of awards given out to everyday Aussies who have made a significant difference in their community by a heroic/inspirational act(s) or volunteering their services. It actually has turned out to be more interesting than he expected and there is a possibility he might be asked to stay on after this contract ends. He met with the head of operations for the SE Asia region a few days ago and discussed areas where ...

      Heaven on a stick

      A travel blog entry by davo1764 on Apr 08, 2014

      17 photos

      ... slimy mackerel and motor off to the yellow tail kingfish grounds. It soon becomes apparent that young Luke actually knows a thing or two about fishing while old Max thinks he does!  Ah well I suppose the Taswegians have to try and make themselves appear important, otherwise we'd forget they were part of Australia. Steve anchors up and tells us to get our lines in the water. Things are slow at first with the odd snapper being hauled in, much to the delight of Louise, ...

      Kerikeri->Russell Forest->Whangarei

      A travel blog entry by neil.scannell on Feb 17, 2014

      7 photos

      ... enjoying the last 4 hours of sun with our European friend. The bay was a beautiful sight with warm water and yachts dotting the horizon. At about 9 o'clock Steven and Tyler came walking into camp. They unfortunately did not get a hitch and walked the entire road section. So we gave them a few beers for their struggle. Tomorrow we will be hitching to a spot near Helena Bay, hop out and catch the trail, and walk until we reach a campsite at Whananaki. 2/17/14 Well, we ended up in ...

      Das Land der Kiwis

      A travel blog entry by judith_michi on Feb 02, 2014

      47 photos

      ... sea sick, as some of the other divers were not so lucky (We'll leave the rest to your imagination, we will get back to this topic on a later entry, little teaser here for the South Island). While on Borneo and in the Great Barrier Reef we dove in 29C warm water, here we had a refreshing 17C. This meant 7mm suits, hoods and about double the amount of weights that we we used before. The underwater scenery and high visibility more than made up for the cold water though.