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Margaret’s guidebook

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Margaret’s guidebook

Sightseeing
This is an easy wander suitable for children and is wheelchair friendly. The 1.6km loop track (approximately 1 hour in duration) leads you through a beautiful kauri forest with a chance to see glow-worms.
Two of New Zealand's oldest buildings are situated in the Kerikeri Basin. Kemp House and the Stone Store are the only survivors from the Church Missionary Society's second Anglican mission to New Zealand, founded in 1819 on land granted to the Reverend Samuel Marsden by the powerful Nga Puhi chief, Hongi Hika. Kemp House is the oldest surviving European building in New Zealand. The Stone Store is the country's oldest surviving stone building.
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Kerikeri Mission House 1822
246 Kerikeri Rd
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Two of New Zealand's oldest buildings are situated in the Kerikeri Basin. Kemp House and the Stone Store are the only survivors from the Church Missionary Society's second Anglican mission to New Zealand, founded in 1819 on land granted to the Reverend Samuel Marsden by the powerful Nga Puhi chief, Hongi Hika. Kemp House is the oldest surviving European building in New Zealand. The Stone Store is the country's oldest surviving stone building.
A spectacular 27 metre curtain waterfall which is easily accessed from the falls carpark off Rainbow Falls Road. The easiest way to view the waterfall is from the upper lookout which roughly 1-minute's walk away from the carpark. A further short walk (approximately 1 minute) leads to a further lookout from the head of the waterfall. There is also a five minute walk to the falls base below. The track is generally suitable for people of all abilities. If you have a reasonable level of fitness, you should consider the 3 hour return walk along the KeriKeri River Track to the historic Stone Store, Kemp House and Wharepoke Falls.
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Rainbow Falls
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A spectacular 27 metre curtain waterfall which is easily accessed from the falls carpark off Rainbow Falls Road. The easiest way to view the waterfall is from the upper lookout which roughly 1-minute's walk away from the carpark. A further short walk (approximately 1 minute) leads to a further lookout from the head of the waterfall. There is also a five minute walk to the falls base below. The track is generally suitable for people of all abilities. If you have a reasonable level of fitness, you should consider the 3 hour return walk along the KeriKeri River Track to the historic Stone Store, Kemp House and Wharepoke Falls.
Roland’s Wood, located off Kerikeri Inlet Road, is a four hectare piece of English beech woodland with a Northland twist. It was created and generously bequeathed to the people – and dogs – of Kerikeri by benefactor, Roland Sansom. Roland’s Wood is open free to the public all year round, with different vistas for each changing season. Visitors are welcome to wander through the woodland, and to bring their dogs who are allowed to be off the lead.
Roland's Wood
Roland’s Wood, located off Kerikeri Inlet Road, is a four hectare piece of English beech woodland with a Northland twist. It was created and generously bequeathed to the people – and dogs – of Kerikeri by benefactor, Roland Sansom. Roland’s Wood is open free to the public all year round, with different vistas for each changing season. Visitors are welcome to wander through the woodland, and to bring their dogs who are allowed to be off the lead.
This is an easy walk suitable for children and wheelchair users. The 1.6km loop track (approximately 1 hour walk) leads you through a beautiful kauri forest with a chance to see glow-worms.
Kauri Walk, Puketi Forest
1756 Waiare Road
This is an easy walk suitable for children and wheelchair users. The 1.6km loop track (approximately 1 hour walk) leads you through a beautiful kauri forest with a chance to see glow-worms.