Forest

Ancient Iconic Kauri Trees – Waipoua Forest

There is a very good reason why the Kauri Coast is called ‘ancient’ – it is home to trees which have been living for 2-3,000 years which unbelievably dates back to bronze age man! These … Read more

Discover Kiwi in their natural habitat

Trouson Kauri Park is an island reserve and home to around 200 kiwi living in their natural habitat … Read more

Fern River Horse Treks

We offer you the choice of riding on our fabulous and wild west coast beach Waimamaku and visiting historical Kawerua, or trekking over hill country farmland with breathtaking views all the way to Maunganui Bluff … Read more

Footprints Waipoua

The spiritual environment of the Waipoua Forest provides a natural stage for an unforgettable encounter with some of the largest remaining kauri trees in the world. … Read more

Kai Iwi Lakes

A Northland Shining Jewel and one of New Zealand’s best holiday spots. Nestled amongst 538 hectares of premier recreation reserve with white sand freshwater dune lakes renowned for their jewel like beauty beauty and clear … Read more

Moirai Studio/Gallery

Local artists, Diane Yanakopulos and Seabourne Rust, warmly welcome you to visit their home studio in ‘Tane’s Garden’ on the northern edge of the magical Waipoua Kauri Forest. … Read more

Plant a Kauri Tree in the realm of Tane Mahuta

Leave a legacy to your future generations by planting a young Kauri Ricker tree in Waipoua Forest – the GPS co-ordinates will be recorded so it can always be found … Read more

Taharoa Domain Kai Iwi Lakes Taonga of Kaipara

Northland’s Shining Jewel. Come stay and play at Kai Iwi Lakes, Taharoa Domain, one of New Zealand’s best holiday spots.… Read more

The Labyrinth

If puzzles are your thing then step into the world of Louis ‘the giant’ and then explore the surrounding bush, giant kauris and waterfall walk … Read more

Wairere Boulders

Enjoy an easy stroll between, under and over basalt  boulders on an enchanting and mysterious path along the Wairere River over 24 bridges, ramps and stairs to a viewing platform overlooking the Wairere Valley. … Read more