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Whangarei

Whangarei is located 2 hours North of Auckland and is known for its diverse coastline.
The Town Basin is an international yachting marina alongside restaurants, art, and culture.
The loop walkway is completed in about an hour or hires a bike for a quicker trip. There are many points of interest set up along this 5km round trip with more to come.
http://www.whangareinz.com/

The climate in the North consists of warm summers and mild winters.
We get over a metre of rain annually giving a lush green landscape for most of the year.
You do have to be careful in the sun up here so make sure you have sunscreen.

Camp grounds

We suggest you plan your trip (to a certain degree) and choose Holiday Parks with powered sites. A check of Holiday Park websites will give you a very good idea of the quality of the Park and its’ surroundings.
https://www.northlandnz.com/visit/destinations/top-of-the-north/

This and many other links will help you plan your trip.
To the West Kai Iwi Lakes is a real surprise in the middle of nowhere if you are over Dargaville way. Head North to Omapere, Ahipara, Mangonui there are so many beautiful places to visit.

Check out the many walks and cycle tracks.

South to Waipu Cove, Mangawhai, Omaha, Matakana then through Auckland and perhaps the Coromandel. Or stay local – check out Whangarei Heads or the Tutukaka coast up to Paihia and Russell then over to Kerikeri.

This is a beautiful part of the country that we live in and it is worth exploring.
We are happy to supply information to help you plan your trip.