Kayaking in the Bay of Islands
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Recently ranked #7 in New Zealand, just 1 hour north of Auckland, sand-based, always playable, magnificent natural setting with superbly true greens. Full facilities, visitors.welcome, bookings essential. You must play Mangawhai - unbeatable.
18-hole championship course, sand-based and considered one of NZ's best. Fairways wind through natural parkland and wet areas, leading to large, undulating greens that are always true and fast. No. 2 hole from Blue Tees is rated a the toughest par 4 in New Zealand - a major reason why so many say "unbeatable!", for the challenge it provides to golfers of all levels and for it's exceptional standard of presentation all year round.
Easy access from Auckland via SH1, turn off to right just beyond Dome Valley. Full clubhouse and Golf Shop facilities including electric carts for hire. Visitors welcome, bookings essential via Golf Shop. Groups and corporate events by arrangement. Many other local attractions for non-golfers.
|Proximity to airport:||2 hours north of Auckland Airport, 1 hour south of Whangarei airport|
|Parking:||Ample - sealed and off-road|
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