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Kerikeri has a rich and colourful history. The Stone Store is New Zealand's oldest building. Rewa's Village will take you back to a time before European settlement. And a visit to the Kerikeri Mission Station and Pete's Pioneers Transport Museum is not to be missed.
Visiting the small town of Kerikeri is a must, visit the Stone Store - the oldest store in New Zealand and check out the Plough and Feather restaurant overlooking the inlet for a snack, drinks or meal.
Great shops, restaurants, banks and supermarkets in the Far North's biggest town - Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands.
The hustling, bustling quaint little town of kerikeri. Legand has it that the place was deemed so beautiful that they were compelled to repeat the name, indicating its compelling beauty - hence the word keri twice over. There are several touristy places in kerikeri.....
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“Great walk thru the bush parking in the Waitangi parking lot opposite the treaty grounds and ending up at the falls. Falls themselves aren't Niagara so don't get overly excited but the walk is beautiful and great on a hot day as most of the walk is under the tree canopy. Takes about 45 min- 1 hour each way.”
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“The most authentic & relaxing way to spend a day in the bay! The summertime sailings fund a youth trust during the winter months.”
- 6 helybéli ajánlja
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“At the street end of the Wharf you will find the tourist information centre where all manner of travel advise is available. The Fullers office is also there. This is where you can book boat trips to go and see our beautiful islands. There are many other water based activities that can be booked at the offices along the wharf. This is where you get the passenger ferry across to Russell.”
- 4 helybéli ajánlja
“Ever seen a steam engine travel down the middle of a major road? BOI Vintage rail is an iconic steam engine, maintained since the coal mining days of the north. "Gabriel" is a beautifully restored steam engine that goes for a seven kilometre ride through the countryside. Not to be missed, waving to motorists from the train as they wait patiently for you to pass”
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“Paihia and Russell Paihia, approximately 20 minutes drive from Kerikeri is well worth a visit for a swim and a shop. Catch the ferry across to Russell to see this delightful village, have a swim, or an ice cream or fish and chips. The Duke of Marlborough’s verandah is an excellent spot to stop for lunch on the waterfront. It may pay to get there early or to book a table if possible. Ferries are plentiful. Watch out for the massive, towering cruise ships anchored in the Bay or the odd pod of dolphins frolicking. Russell was known until the early 1840s as Kororāreka which was a lawless trading centre full of seafarers, whalers, merchants, deserters, adventures and escaped convicts from Australia. Today it is a beautiful and peaceful place well worth a visit.”
- 10 helybéli ajánlja