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We liked this place so much we spent parts of three days there. The car park is near the top of the headland. From there you have great views up Hokianga Harbour. A couple of tables there make a great site for a picnic, although...More
We walked the trails and enjoyed spectacular views. Then made our way down to the beach around low tide and were there by ourselves for an hour or more, even though it was a beautiful day. Awe-inspiring waves and lovely views in every direction.
A short walk giving you a range of views both inside Hokianga and of the entrance. It is quite windswept so you should have a coat with you.
The views are incredible. Hokianga is so beautiful and this is one of the best places to...More
We walked out the point before sunset and it is well worth the effort. It is an easy walk from the caroark and offers great views of the Tasman sea and of the harbour. Magical views because of the storm brewing and the light changing...More
We had walked a lot before getting here, and the teens had to be encouraged to leave the car, however, after reading the info boards and deciding that the round-the-headland (from beach to beach ) wasn't for us, the track down to Martin's Bay beckoned...More
This walk is absolutly worth every single step, either your doing the whole 4-hours-trip or just part of it! The outstanding views are paying you back for your sweat! Easy to walk, some up and downs, needing little bit more than basic fitness level.
You can walk to the point and see the Tasman Sea reach the magnificant sand dunes of the Hokianga. You can walk the 15km from this point to Waimamuku Beach and see the stunning beaches that most humans do not touch Wild, west and glorious....More
The beach was deserted and reminded us of our childhood. The rock formations and rock pools were beautifully clear and teaming with small sea animals. Some of the formations looked like they had been staged, but it is Mother Nature at her best. The sea...More