Reaching the iconic lighthouse at Cape Reinga is a popular travellers goal.
At the northernmost tip of the cape is a pohutukawa tree, believed to be over 800 years old.
See two oceans collide at Cape Reinga in a spectacular visual feast.
Waewaetorea is popular with boaties as a picnic spot accessible by boat only.
Once out on the water from Paihia or Russell, the first island you see is Motuarohia, distinguished by its two glorious lagoons.
Harbourside restaurant at the Town Basin.
Quayside cluster of colonial style restaurants.
The marina attracts the international cruising yacht community.
The Bay of Islands, a popular tourist destination.
World famous toilets in Kawakawa - an amazing work of art!
A favourite holiday spot for families and fishermen.
Matauri Bay is the final resting-place of the ill-fated Greenpeace flagship, the Rainbow Warrior.
Explore the edges of huge, shallow Parengarenga Harbour - the pure quartz sand is dazzling.
On the Karikari Peninsula, Maitai Bay is a favourite place to pitch a tent.
Flowering Pohutukawa, New Zealand’s ‘Christmas trees’ line many of Northland’s beaches.
Crystal clear stream in the lush rain forests of the west coast.
This historic harbour is where Kupe first made landfall.
Ripiro Beach extends 100 km from Maunganui Bluff in the north to Pouto Point at the entrance to the Kaipara Harbour in the south.
Northland’s west coast is a place of ever-shifting sands with an eerie past.
Where will you pitch your tent?