Planning your stay in Russell? There are plenty of walking tracks right on your doorstep. Picking any of these amazing tracks, you’ll enjoy stunning views and an opportunity to see some of our native wildlife.
The Bay of Islands is world renowned for blue skies and sandy beaches, so it’s natural to ask, ‘Where are the best beaches in Kerikeri? Kerikeri is a waterfront town, and there are a number of places where you can enjoy dinner and drinks while gazing out over the Waipekakoura River.
Perfect for a day-trip, or a relaxing getaway from the more popular tourist hotspots in the Bay of Islands, Matauri Bay is one of Northland’s most beautiful, best kept secrets.
The Bay of Islands is world famous for fishing – since the early 1900s. If you’re heading out to drop a line, a fishing charter is your best option. Read our Guide.
New Zealand is world famous for its towering forests and natural beauty. If you’d love to wander around ancient forests, there is no better place than the Bay of Islands.
Introduce yourself to Cape Reinga via the Te Paki Coastal Walk, 48kms of stunning coastal scenery, native bush and birds, and 150m high giant sand dunes
The Cape Brett Track is one of New Zealand’s most spectacular yet lesser known treks, packed with panoramas, wildlife, beaches and history
It’s not uncommon to spot a spectacular “whoosh” sprouting out of the deep when you’re exploring the coast. Many whales call the Bay home & migratory species will pop in on route south
Famous for its incredible views and super-long free-fall, the Bay of Islands skydive experience is a must-do for adventurous visitors
On the Northernmost tip of the Aupouri Peninsula, you’ll find a remote spot where two oceans meet and Maori spirits return to their ancestral homeland.