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Waitangi Treaty Grounds (Bay of Islands)

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January 27, 2019
This is a great place to invest a few hours on NZ history and culture
January 19, 2019
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.
November 30, 2018
A great chance for International and local traveller to see Maori culture. Great views over the Bay too.
November 1, 2018
No visit to the North is complete without a visit to "The Birthplace of our Nation". A very informative and user friendly guide to the Treaty of Waitangi and a basic rundown on the history of Aotearoa. The museum has some really interesting and interactive displays, and of course you can visit the…
October 17, 2018
Spend a day here to see everything. You can request to be dropped off at Waitangi via the foot ferry from Russell.

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“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.”
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“Even if you don't play golf the views from the club are spectacular. You can park the car from several locations and just enjoy the view. If you do play golf, I recommend the back 9 holes if it's a decision between 9 or 18 holes so that you get to enjoy the bay while playing. The course itself is quite good and they rent clubs and trolleys or carts. ”
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“Lovely walking track, can walk here from the stone store, just following the signs. ”
  • 27 helybéli ajánlja
“"Wairere Boulders" is a Nature Park created on private property. Here you enjoy a world unique basalt boulder formation on a stroll through the Wairere valley. You will see the only eroded basalt rocks in the world (as far as known).”
  • 5 helybéli ajánlja
“This is New Zealand's only surviving pioneer printery and tannery. They have hands-on demonstrations and tours of this fascinating early mission.”
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