The Turner Centre in Kerikeri offers an impressive set of in-house spaces for your next conference or event. Events Centre The Events Centre is a versatile space which can be split into two individual spaces, catering up to 100 theatre style seating each, or combined to create a space for up to 300 guests. […]
Paheke is a historic house (1862) located in the heart of the Bay of Islands area. Our mission is to provide quality accommodation in a colonial setting with all modern comforts and services and in an environmentally friendly facility. Full bed and breakfast provided. Open Monday – Sunday.
Mulga Bill’s Stopover is located in the country 2 km from the half-way point between the coasts of the Twin Coast Cycle Trail. The hosts are Bruce and Sherril, they can accommodate up to 5 persons in their 2 bedroom cottage. A continental breakfast is included in the accommodation charge; however, a cooked ‘cyclist’s breakfast’ […]
A visit to this historic church is well worth the short ride from Kaikohe. It is a Gothic revival church built by and thought to be named after Aperahama Te Awa, a prominent Māori churchman who died in 1884 and who lies buried in the churchyard. The first church built on the site in 1837 […]
Twin Coast Adventures is a family-owned and operated local business offering visitors a major bike hiring facility, shuttle service, motel accommodation, backpackers, conference facilities & planning for future mini-coach tours & future guided cycle tours on Northland’s beautiful Twin Coast Cycle Trail.
New Zealand’s Fire and Emergency History and Memorabilia in the heart of Kaikohe Township. Here you can go back to yesteryear with Twelve hundred Model Fire Engines, Uniforms from the 1940s to today. We offer a Child friendly, interactive atmosphere with children’s activities and Photo opportunities to entertain them while you take your time to […]
Beautifully restored former Bank building now a boutique hotel which includes a well appointed 11 bed hostel called ‘Safe As’ to meet all accommodation needs. Upstairs includes 5 boutique hotel rooms, plus a stand-alone one room cottage, each furnished in keeping with the era and modernised to provide individual ensuites. The Mint Cafe offers a […]
Top Trail is an independent cycle hire business based in Kaikohe. Their aim is to make it easy for you to enjoy the cycle trail and Northland. Offering both cycle hire and transport to and from all sections, unguided tours, customised itineraries, baggage transfers and activities to help you and your friends ride all of […]
The Pioneer Village is part of an evolving, dynamic museum that tells the story of the whole community, from the days of first contact between Māori and European, to our more recent shared history. It is a 19th century Northland community recreated with all its colourful atmosphere, history and detail. Along with all its treasures, […]
Te Waiariki Ngawha Springs are natural geothermal healing waters that come directly from the earth. There are 16 mineral baths each with unique nutrient and temperature characteristics, used for centuries for relaxation as well as their therapeutic qualities and healing properties. They are culturally significant and have a rich social, environmental and political history. Undergoing […]