A 5 minute walk leads to this idyllic beach which is accessible only by foot
Daisy Bay is a popular beach for surfers, and the venue for surfing events
Cape Brett track is 26 km northeast of Russell, and can be accessed by land or sea.
One of the 144 islands that make up the Bay of Islands
The Bay of Islands, that aquatic playground, with 144 islands to explore…
There are many great places to pitch your tent
The wreck of the Rainbow Warrior is a popular dive spot.
Northland’s a great place to bring up kids.
The Pohutukawa is New Zealand’s ‘Christmas Tree’
The beaches of Bream Bay have sand and surf in common
A popular pastime in the clear waters of the Bay
This historic building still sports musket ball holes from the Maori Wars
Spoil yourself on a luxurious boat
‘A Singular and Beautifully Romantic Place’
Whangaroa Harbour provides another opportunity to polish up your deep-sea angling skills.
Mangonui dates back to the 1800’s when it was a whaling base
Nor’east of Whangarei, Tutukaka’s natural harbour has a modern, purpose built marina.
On the water activities are a focus in the aquatic playground which is the Bay of Islands
This beach is popular with boaties as a picnic spot.
The main bay of Urupukapuka Island.