Things To Do in Bay of Islands

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Cruises

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Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, Fishing Charters are available throughout the year. We fish for snapper, hapuka, kingfish, or marlin. The MV Belfast is available for snapper charters and island cruises. The Belfast is a beautifully restored 34-foot Jack Guard launch, built in 1940. She is ideally equipped for smaller parties and family groups. Sail the Bay of Islands aboard...

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Paihia, Bay of Islands, Explore NZ is a multi award winning company, offering an exciting range of marine and land based excursions in Auckland and the Bay of Islands. Discover the Bay - ‘Hole in the Rock’ and Dolphin Viewing Discover what the Bay of Islands is really all about. The Bay boasts some of the most spectacular ecosystems and has become renowned as a w...

Culture, Heritage, History & Museums

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Paihia, Bay of Islands, Russell Mini Tours: Your blue and white mini bus departs from Russell Wharf to visit areas of historic interest which cannot be easily covered on foot.. Russell Winery & Dinner Tour: A memorable evening in 'romantic Russell'. Departing from Paihia Wharf at 5.45pm. Segway Tours: Get that Segway smile!! Experience an amazing feeling of exhilar...

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Russell, Bay of Islands, The Bay of Islands is home to Taiamai Tours heritage journeys and the Ngapuhi, New Zealand’s largest tribal Maori group. Our interactive Waka experience provides a rare and unique insight into our ancient customs, rituals and traditions. We invite you to come and join us for it is only through involvement in our culture that you will gain a d...

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Opua, Bay of Islands, Come and visit us today and experience the wonderful sights and sounds of a working vintage railway while you enjoy fresh rich coffee and delicious home cooked food including: Fresh Home Baking Mouth watering muffins, cakes and scones Sandwiches made to order The best bacon and egg pie in Kawkawa .. and heaps more to tempt your taste...

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Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, The Museum exhibits transportation and collectables, themed around New Zealand's history and heritage from pre-European times. One wing is dedicated to vintage and classic car. A second wing provides the visitor with veteran cars, pioneer exhibits set in models of a bushman's huts, blacksmiths foundry, pioneer house, grocery shop and school hous...

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Rawhiti, Bay of Islands, Cape Brett Lighthouse LAT 35 10’S LONG 174 20 E Light first exhibited in 1910. The light is 490ft above sea level and the tower is 35ft in height. The white light flashes twice every 30seconds and can be seen for 29miles in clear weather. The power source is from mains electricity with one diesel generator on standby for emergency power.

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Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, Tour the friendly Bay of Islands in beautiful Northland, where our scenery is superb, and our many beaches, so picturesque. History abounds in this unique area of New Zealand. We have modern fully air-conditioned 3-24 seat vehicles, which are also available for private charter work. We arrange: • Airport shuttle transfers to and from Auck...

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Paihia, Bay of Islands, The Waitangi Treaty Grounds, overlooking the Bay of Islands, is New Zealand's pre-eminent historic site. It was here on February 6th, 1840, that the Treaty of Waitangi was first signed between Maori and the British Crown. The Treaty Grounds are part of the 506 hectare Waitangi National Trust estate, which was gifted to the nation by Lord and ...

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Russell, Bay of Islands, If you are interested in early Maori history of the Bay of Islands, the whaling industry that linked traders from New Bedford throughout the Pacific, early European settlement in New Zealand or the beginnings of the game fishing and tourism industry, then a visit to Russell Museum is a must!

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