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See and Do

Settlers Way Country Store

A funky country store in a funky country town.

We have an eclectic mix of old and new crafts form local artists, traditional sweets, honey tastings, homemade soaps and preserves.

Country Food Kiosk

Country Food Cafe offers delicious country-styled in a peaceful and restful picnic spot beside the Utakura River at Snow’s Picnic Spot on the Pou Herenga Tai Twin Coast Cycle Trail.

Adventure Puketi

Adventure Puketi Accommodation & Guided Tours
Puketi Heights is located adjacent to Puketi Forest, only 8km from Okaihau Cycle trail, and offers two types of accommodation. On-site secure bike parking. Free wifi. 

Northland Experiences

We have a range of e-bike and walking tours. Our tours are all inclusive, and run all year round. Rich in history, culture, scenery, quirky towns, fascinating locals, boutique accommodation, gastronomical delights and enchanting Northland Experiences.

The Stone Store and Kemp House – Kerikeri Mission Station

New Zealand’s premier historic sites established in 1819 with two of the country’s oldest buildings; the Stone Store and Kemp House, situated along a pretty riverside just five minutes from central Kerikeri, is a captivating place to visit.

Pompallier Mission and Printery

Five minutes’ walk from the wharf at Russell, distinctly French in style built in 1842 and set in award winning gardens, originally housed a printery where Church texts were translated to te reo Māori, then printed and bound.

Ranui Passenger and Cycle Transport

It is more than just a boat ride – the skippers tell you the most amazing stories and bring the Harbour to life!  The scenery is amazing!  And the trip becomes a memorable part of your time on the cycle trail!

Te Waimate Mission

New Zealand’s second oldest building, the Te Waimate Mission preserves missionary, farming and architectural history, as well as stories of important early encounters between Maori and Europeans. Through its history, the property has been host to Charles Darwin, was the location of the Second signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, and was occupied by hundreds of British soldiers during the Northern Land Wars.

Clendon House

Clendon House was once home to James Reddy Clendon, a ship owner and trader who was in the thick of the earliest Maori and Pakeha interactions. James was a witness to the New Zealand Declaration of Independence, the Treaty of Waitangi, and was the first United States Consul. When he died, his wife Jane was left with little money and huge debts and you can follow her storey at Clendon house as she worked to save the house, pay off her debts and educate her children.

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