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Twin Coast Cycleway

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Diane
Diane
November 5, 2019
This is a great cycleway going from coast to coast. Begin at Opua on the East Coast and travel 84 kms to Horeke on the West Coast. We are in the middle - between Kaikohe and Okaihau and happy to pick up and deliver for you to begin your 2nd day of cycling if you would like to take 2 days.
Gill
Gill
December 4, 2018
The Twin Coast Cycleway passes directly below Flaxmere. You can hire bikes in Opua and cycle 70km in one direction or 13km in another. Fantastic family fun.
Hazel
Hazel
September 11, 2018
Do the whole of the Pou Herenga Tai trail, or cycle parts of it. It's a really good way to see parts of Northland that you can't access in any other way. A quote that sums the experience up for us: "It's not really about the biking. The Twin Coast is at the historical heart of Aotearoa New Zealand…
Anna
Anna
May 6, 2018
Cycle trail stretching from Horeke on the West Coast to Opua on the east. Ride it in sections, bikes available to hire.
Debbie
Debbie
April 15, 2018
Cycle/walkway goes approximately 87km from Opua on East coast to Horeke on West. Cafes at Opua, Kawakawa, Kaikohe, Okaihau, and a pub at Horeke. Free.

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Point of Interest
“This is one cool spot, great friendly crew helping you hire the right Mountain Bike and advice on the best track(Track Maps there). On weekends they have a shuttle to the top so all you need to deal with is the downhill adrenaline. The arty creative hub set in containers include a cafe( open weekends & school hols only), Cool Merch shop, Bike repair workshop and the hire shop. There are tables to enjoy the awesome views and they hire Ebikes too. ”
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Motel
“A site of great cultural significance to New Zealand's indigenous and European people. This is where the country's bi-cultural nationhood was first formed wit the signing of a treaty in the late 1800s. ”
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Island
“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.”
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Point of Interest
“Lovely walking track, can walk here from the stone store, just following the signs. ”
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Museum
“Kerikeri Stone Store, Museum, Mission (Kemp) House and Rewa’s Village A visit to Kerikeri is not complete without visiting the oldest stone building in New Zealand. The shop on the first level is worth a look plus the museum upstairs is good. Behind the Stone Store you will discover the Mission (Kemp) House museum which occupies New Zealand’s oldest surviving building. The Honey Bee Café behind the Stone Store facing the footbridge is a good spot for watching ducks, people and enjoying a coffee. Here also the Kerikeri River meets the Kerikeri Inlet on its journey to the Pacific Ocean.”
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1-3 Mangakahia Rd
Kaikohe, Northland 0405