A ferry trip takes you across to Tiri. Definitely only go on a good day as won't be much fun in the rain.
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To get to Tiri (Tiri Tiri Matangi) there will be a boat trip of some kind. Visitors to the city can either catch a ferry from the bottom of town, or take a drive north to the end of the Whangaparoa peninsula, where a short...More
this was a surprise on my birthday,it was a beautiful day on Tiri Tiri,we saw many birds that you don't see around home,the Saddlebacks were cool to see on the ground.The view out to the sea was amazing,i was lucky that it was like a...More
Such an awesome little islands, close to Auckland, yet so far away. In a nice day, having a (guided) stroll here is eye opening to see giant wetas, rare birds, and visit an exhibition that's so nice also for children! The volunteer guides know where...More
You will be so impressed by the all volunteer People who are working on this beautiful Island. Oh ! I saw so many gorgeous birds . Hearing the sound of birds ,fresh air ...such wonderful experience. We walked one of the walking way about few...More
Being a pest free island there are many species of birds that are not found in the mainland. We had an enthusiastic guide who loved to share his knowledge. The walk through the bush is very pleasant and to see the conservation work going on...More