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Hokianga Harbour, West Coast of Northland  New Zealand
Untouched, unspoiled beauty.


Tourism and travel in the Hokianga Harbour offers many beautiful natural attractions like Tane Mahuta, the Wairere Boulders, or the Kauri Sanctuary in Omahuta, the Koutu Boulders and the Sand Dunes. Also, the area is rich in Maori and Early Settlers history.  You can visit historic buildings like the Mangungu Mission House in Horeke or the Clendon House in Rawene. There are many arts & craft shops, nature walks, horse trekking, boat trips, opportunities for  fishing, hunting, to view 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 Hokianga with the following settlements:
Waipoua, Waimamaku, Omapere, Opononi, Pakanae, Koutu, Whirinaki, Onoke, Rawene, Waima, Taheke and Moehau

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

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

Photo: Map of Hokianga Harbour

  

 

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Koutu Boulders


Tane Mahuta


Opononi Dolphin


Wairere Boulders


Horses in dunes

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