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Known for Natural Parks, Marinas and Spas
Find lots to see and do in Whangarei—spas, swimming, and sights from Whangarei Falls to A. H. Reed Memorial Kauri Park.
Trover photo by Sam Y
Kensington is a neighborhood that welcomes all visitors.
Trover photo by Tara Jabbari
Kamo is a welcoming neighborhood.
Bring a picnic to this beautiful waterfall and spend some time relaxing over lunch after exploring the surrounding forest to spot indigenous flora and fauna.
Enjoy the fruits of this remarkable community garden project as you explore areas planted with species of indigenous and subtropical plants.
Stroll through this picturesque yachting marina and along its pedestrianized river inlet, a place where seafaring, heritage, arts and culture come together.
Take a guided tour of this unique museum to see one of the largest collections of clocks in the Southern Hemisphere.
See one of New Zealand’s largest collections of native ferns in a tranquil garden complex and explore the adjoining park for a relaxing time.
Visit Whangarei's oldest settlers house at its scenic riverside location in the Town Basin, to browse one of New Zealand’s delightful art galleries.
Experience the Bay of Islands in Northland, New Zealand from the comfort of your private late model Jeep Wrangler or Mustang GT convertible muscle car.