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The walk along the river is a wonderful place to take a break and walk the dog, though skittish animals may not appreciate that the walk is shared with children on skateboards...but it is a lovely walk with a wonderful set of informative plaques that...More
This is a place where both locals and travelers can relax. There are a number of good restaurants and cafes here and public toilet facilities. You can sit and relax and watch the boats in the harbour or put on your walking shoes and walk...More
We often visit here. Great atmosphere. Good for all ages. From the shops to restaurants to walking the full loop or just wandering along enjoying the boats or the sculptures! Would reccomend for all to see!
We went to park our motor home in a small freedom parking area in the town basin, which was a great find. It is a nice area to stroll around, and plenty of cafes to choose from. We hadn't been here for awhile, and it...More
There are many restaurants and cafés to choose from with a variety of menu item's. Some offer a good choice of gluten-free foods. There are river views, a good kids play area. There is also a good walkway, smooth surface with short and long options.
lovely spot - stop for a coffee or a meal, buy some jewellery, walk around the interesting sculpture and art pieces. Move your muscles. A lovely community asset alongside the Hoteo (Hatea) River. beautiful.
The sail up the coast from Kawau Island requires an extra 2 hours and the top end of the tide to make it all the way up the harbour to the Whangarei Town Basin Marina. And to access the 'last quarter' of the river you...More