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Bays in Northland, New Zealand

Ninety Mile Beach is situated in the region of Gippsland on Victoria's south eastern coast. Loch Sport, Golden Beach, Seaspray and Woodside are spread evenly along this pristine beach of continuous golden sand. Wonderful surf fishing. Whales and dolphins regularly play close to shore and there is boat access to the Gippsland Lakes at Seacombe and Loch Sport.Ninety Mile Beach is a beach located on the western coast of the far north of New Zealand's North Island of New Zealand. It stretches from just west of Kaitaia towards Cape Reinga along the Aupouri Peninsula. The name Ninety Mile Beach is a misnomer because it is actually 88 km (55 miles) long!...


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The Bay of Islands region has the finest maritime park in New Zealand with the 144 Islands and secluded bays. The Bay has an abundance of marine life, including the big marlin, whales, penguins, dolphins, gannets and many other species....


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Coopers Beach is a sheltered beach protected by two pa sites close to Mangonui and considered one of the finest beaches in Northland. It offers extremely safe swimming and small boat launching facilities. Coopers Beach is fringed by beautiful pohutakawa trees, which are in full flower from December through January. Tuatua are easily found at low tide, and you can surfcast from the beach and rocks. Coopers Beach is a good starting point for recreational and historically interesting walks....


Dargaville, Gateway to the Kauri Forest, two and a half hours drive north west of Auckland, is a unique town of approximately 4,800 people and nestles amongst the hills radiating northwards from the Northern Wairoa River....


Historic Doubtless Bay Coastline is lined by the native Pohutukawa trees nestled in New Zealand's Far North. A peaceful environment where the water is clean, and the air is clear, and magnificent Beaches - Coopers Beach, Cable Bay, Taipa, Tokerau Beach, Whatuwhiwhi plus many more. Set in a Subtropical Climate, valued as one of the premier game fishing spots in the world....


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Helensville, South Kaipara Heads. Because it is within easy commuting distance of Auckland City, Auckland's North Shore, West Auckland and the new Albany development, and because of comparatively low property prices, Helensville has become an attractive place for residents wanting to get away from city living. People view it as having the best of both worlds - a quieter, small town pace of life in a rural atmosphere, but combined with close proximity to all the facilities offered by the country's largest city....


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Remote, peaceful and scenic, unspoilt Henderson Bay is the place to get away from it all. Famous for deep-sea style fishing off the rocks, Henderson Bay offers quality and quantity of catch. Visitors come from all over the world to sample the seafood from this clean, bounteous coastline. Hendo's is great for surfing with fantastic reef-type beach breaks. Surf your heart out while the rest of the family explores the rock pools or plays in the fine, white sand....


Oakura Bay, Hikurangi Northland, New Zealand. Oakura Bay which in Maori stands for The Rising Sun is a beautiful beach at the entrance of Whangaruru Harbour. Whangaruru is Maori for Sheltered Waters. The Whangaruru Harbour is a popular stop for boats & yachts to shelter in a storm....


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Situated 5 minutes drive North of Whangarei and just 40 minutes from the Romantic Bay of Islands, Kamo is ideally located from which to explore the remarkable diversity of activities available within the region known as Northland- 'Birthplace of a Nation'. Discover the Bay of Islands or the Paradise coast of Tutukaka, described as a marine playground, with the world renowned Poor Knights Marine Reserve for Diving and snorkelling. Other pursuits include Golf, Wine and Food, Art and Heritage trails, Gardens, Caving, Farm safaris and much more....


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Katikati possesses many special attractions. It is a level plateau about 20 miles in length, bounded on the one side by the Tauranga harbour; on the west it is sheltered by forest clad hills. In summer time the sea breeze starts at about 9 am, the wind veering to the west in the evening, contributing to the salubrity of the district. We enjoy all the amenities of civilisation, including those of religion and education by a happy hospitable community.'...


A developing, modern and vibrant city in the centre of a district of fertile farmlands, orchards and forest, plus a stunning harbour and coastline, with some of New Zealand's finest beaches....


Kerikeri is a unique cosmopolitan town situated in the hub of the Bay of Islands with a wealth of rich history including the oldest stone and timber buildings in New Zealand, historic Maori settlement, famous Kauri trees and boardwalk, Rainbow Falls, boat marina at Opito Bay and Steam Boat rides from the historic Stone Store Basin down the Kerikeri Inlet, a bustling shopping centre that services the smaller towns of Paihia and Russell, award winning wineries, cheese factory, chocolate boutique, recognised artisans of crafts and potteries and a diverse selection of succulent subtropical fruits....


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Situated on the Tutukaka coast 2 1/2 hrs from Auckland. This magnificent coast has some of the most stunning beaches in the world and offers everything from deep sea fishing to diving the sunken naval boats Tui and Waikato plus the world famous Poor Knight Islands....


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Welcome to MANGAWHAI - The Place of Te Whai, where the streams meet. Mangawhai is a quiet little beach resort, nestled between the coast and beautiful rolling farmland, about an hour and a half north of Auckland, and just under an hour south of Whangarei on the Eastern side of Northland. Wherever you go in Mangawhai you will enjoy the spectacular views of the Hen & Chickens, Sail Rock and Little Barrier floating in blue seas or the tranquil beauty of the harbour and estuary....


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Paihia is a small seaside town about 240km north of Auckland. It is located on a sheltered inlet in the heart of the Bay of Islands, sheltered from the Pacific Ocean by the Russell peninsula....


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Parua Bay is a locality and bay on the northern side of the Whangarei Harbour in Northland, New Zealand. Whangarei is 19 km to the west, and Whangarei Heads are 10 km to the south east, with Munro Bay between the two....


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Few visitors depart the Bay of Islands and Russell in particular without a lasting impression of the place, and the people. The regions temperate marine climate is near perfect. The locals are friendly and outging. The list of things to do is endless: your stay can have all the ingredients for being as action packed or relaxing as you desire....


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Tapeka Point is the gateway to the world famous Bay of Islands on New Zealand's North Island. Tapeka Point is also the perfect base for a Northland vacation,  whether it is a family holiday, weekend escape, golf or fishing....


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Te Ngaere Bay is perfect for swimming, boating, fishing, walking around the rocks, diving etc. It is only a 30 min drive to Kerikeri to the shops, restaurants, cafes, vineyards etc, and it is also not far south to the Bay of Islands, or North to Kaitaia and Cape Reinga....


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90 minutes north of Auckland, 30 minutes south of Whangarei, Waipu is on the southern side of on one of New Zealands most sought after coastlines Bream Bay, a long white sandy surf beach also known for its fishing and links golf course. Waipu celebrates its Scotish heritage with Highland Games each January 1. The village sits along Waipu River which meanders through the small township with all the modern needs. 3 minutes to the spectacular surf beaches, mountain walks, caves. Surrounded by green dairy and sheep farming with a backdrop of picturesque Brenderwyn mountains....


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Whangarei, just over two hours drive north from Auckland, is the principal city in Northland and provides a central and relaxed harbour-side location to explore the region. The Tutukaka Coast, Northland's famous deep sea fishing and diving resort, is a short 20km drive to the north-east of Whangarei and provides access to the Poor Knights Islands, a world renowned diving site. ...


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