Wairere Boulders

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Kayaking in the Bay of Islands

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"Wairere Boulders" is a private nature reserve with amazing rock formations. We offer walking tracks, kayak hire, a cafe and campsite, as well as kids activities, giving the whole family the opportunity to explore this unique landscape.

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On our tranquil farm we offer visitors a chance to explore the unique environment of the Wairere Boulders. Walking trails through the bush and Wairere boulder valley allow visitors to get close to nature and discover these amazing rock formations. Millions of years of gentle erosion under the kauri forests have resulted in extreme "fluting", and a fascinating network of trails have been created through the valley. When the days are hot you can take a dip in our bush pool swimming hole or hire a kayak and paddle through the valley and out into the Hokianga Habour. You can start or end your walk with coffee and cake or a cold drink at the cafe, and if you have a self contained camper van you can even experience this tranquil oasis overnight.

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Proximity to airport: Kerikeri Airport 40 km
Proximity to town: 30 km to Kaikohe
Proximity to coach/bus: 30 km to Kaikohe
Parking: Drive to very end of McDonnell Road, No 70. Large car park for buses and campervans available.
Physical Address
70 McDonnell Rd, Horeke, RD1,
Horeke, Okaihau, Northland
New Zealand

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