Photo:  Nikau Palms at Wairere Boulders

Have a good time in the Hokianga !







This site features three pages.  Click on the
road-signs to find your way.

Photo: Concretions, Koutu Boulders
in the Hokianga

Wairere Boulders
The world unique
Wairere Boulders, Nature Park
Things to "See and Do"
in the Hokianga
Hokianga Tourism &Travel

The area of the Hokianga
and its wonderful attractions

Oldest Settlement in the Hokianga,
Second Oldest Settlement in New Zealand

The township of Horeke in the Hokianga

"Tourism and Travel" in the Hokianga Harbour offers many beautiful natural attractions and historic sites in the
  • Top of the Harbour
    the Wairere Boulders, the Omahuta Kauri Sanctuary, the Forest Pools and Puketi Walks, the Kohukohu Historic Buildings, Mangungu Mission House
  • North of the Harbour
    The Sand Dunes, magic churches, the Golden Stairs walk, beach walks
  • South of the Harbour
    The giant Kauri tree, Tane Mahuta and Te Matua Ngahere, the Koutu Boulders, Clendon House

Furthermore you find all sorts of arts & craft shops, horse trekking, boat trips, fishing, kiwis, mangroves and native bush with a rich bird life.

The Hokianga Harbour is the area around the natural estuary also called the Hokianga River. The lands are geographically divided into three major areas:
The South of the Harbour with the settlements called:
Waipoua, Waimamaku, Omapere, Opononi, Pakanae, Koutu, Whirinaki, Onoke, Rawene, Waima, Taheke and Moehau

The Top of the Harbour with the settlements called:
Wairere, Horeke, Motukiore, Utakura, Rangiahua and Mangamuka

The North Hokianga with the settlements called:
Broadwood, Pawarenga, Panguru, Mitimiti, Motukaraka, Motuti, Rangi Point and Kohukohu

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