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Sightseeing och landmärken i Northland

Historiska museer

Community Center
“Te Ahu Centre The centre is the hub of Kaitaia and the Far North. There is a library in the centre and free WiFi as well as a movie theatre. There is a very good museum in the centre. It may be small but it does give an overview of the settlement of the area from pre-European time to the arrival of the Dalmations who came to the area to harvest the Kauri Gum from the many kauri trees that once blanketed the area. In the entrance to the Te Ahu Centre has a beautiful collection of Pouwhenua or pou whenua (land post), which are carved wooden posts used by Māori to mark significant activities or historical events. ”
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History Museum

Utsiktsplatser

Waterfall
“Lovely walk on main road between Whangarei and Tutukaka. Worth a 20-30 minute stop to stretch your legs, also has toilets. ”
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Utsiktspunkt
“If you go to the far north then you must come out here to the very northernmost tip of New Zealand.”
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Utsiktspunkt
“Cute little cottage with large tea selection, beer and wine available in a beautiful garden setting. Home made cakes and slices.”
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Utsiktspunkt
“The view from Flagstaff Hill in Russell is fantastic. You get a 360 degrees view over the Bay of Islands. A must see!”
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Utsiktspunkt
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Övrigt friluftsliv
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Utsiktspunkt
“The falls are a beautiful natural attraction and have some great walking tracks and you can walk along a beautiful path to the stone store from here.”
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Historiska platser

Historisk plats
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Bibliotek

Community Center
“Te Ahu Centre The centre is the hub of Kaitaia and the Far North. There is a library in the centre and free WiFi as well as a movie theatre. There is a very good museum in the centre. It may be small but it does give an overview of the settlement of the area from pre-European time to the arrival of the Dalmations who came to the area to harvest the Kauri Gum from the many kauri trees that once blanketed the area. In the entrance to the Te Ahu Centre has a beautiful collection of Pouwhenua or pou whenua (land post), which are carved wooden posts used by Māori to mark significant activities or historical events. ”
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Library
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Library
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