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New Zealand’s largest city offers a lot more than just the shopaholics’ paradise and “spoilt for choice” range of restaurants, theatres, museums and attractions that are immediately obvious and, of course, are all there to be enjoyed.
Today known as “The City of Sails” it lays a sound claim to being the boating capital of New Zealand. There are a myriad of harbour cruise options available and one is never far from the beach.
The greater Auckland region was also the original birthplace of the New Zealand wine industry, with notable wines produced in the west, particularly around Henderson, to the north around Matakana and on Waiheke Island.
Prices from $105 to $415
50 minutes north of Auckland on State Highway 16
Located on a working sheep and beef farm and private conservation reserve on the Kaipara Harbour, Mataia Walks offers 1 and 2 day self-guided walk packages.
Encompassing rolling farmland, native bush, saltmarsh wetlands, and coastal forest this walks is the perfect showcase for the beautiful and undiscovered Kaipara.
Two accommodations include a 120 year old lovingly restored homestead surrounded by 5ha of cottage gardens. The quirky and cosy farm cottage is sited for magnificent views over the Kaipara Harbour and is filled with memorabilia of yester-year. Full li
Phone: 09 420 5312
Mobile (and SMS): 021 422 526
Address: 2791 Kaipara Coast Highway, Glorit
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Check out the Auckland accommodation page of the New Zealand B&B guide, which includes bed and breakfast’s, farmstays, homestays, vineyard stays and self-catering accommodation. Or perhaps you would prefer luxury accommodation in auckland?