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This is a historical walk easy to do with children and a beach at the end of it. Take a picnic, sunblock,towels and swimwear. scan your smart phone at the entrance and listen to the audio as you walk along the pathway. Enjoy the stunning views of the Bay of Islands. Take your camera!!
NZ's first Christmas service was held here in the 1800's between Marsden & the Maori people.
Just over 4km down the road from us is Marsden Cross. You can walk down a trail and take time to read the signs with historical information about the place. At the end of the trail is the beach, which you will often have to yourself. It's one of our favourite local spots.
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“Fresh food, crafts, friendly people, and coffee...what more could a person want. This is one of our favourite places to go on a Saturday morning.”
- 5 helybéli ajánlja
“A visit to Ake Ake is an excellent way to sample some fabulous food and wine of the Bay of Islands ”
- 20 helybéli ajánlja
Point of Interest
“A must do visit to Rainbow Falls. A 4.3km walk (about an hour) one way starting at the Rainbow Falls car park and ending up at the Kerikeri Basin where one will find parking and picnicking areas. A short easy and beautiful walk through native bush. There are three viewing platforms at the top of Rainbow Falls. There is a historic weir that supplied the first electrical power to the early Kerikeri township and the remnants of the hydro-electric station are still visible. An information panel is situated at the rest area. Dogs are not permitted on the walking track. Ensure your vehicle is locked and any valuables are out of sight before leaving for your walk.”
- 28 helybéli ajánlja
“ 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.”
- 14 helybéli ajánlja