Photo Gallery – Northland

Welcome to the Hokianga! Enjoy the stunning views of the harbour and sand dunes. Walk in the Kauri forest and see among the many Kauri, the two largest Kauri trees in the world.


Absorb the history of this area where Kupe, the first Maori explorer landed more than a thousand years ago, followed approximately 200 years later by some of the first European settlers to New Zealand.


The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is New Zealand’s most important historic site where in 1840 New Zealand's founding document was signed: The Treaty of Waitangi.

Overlooking the Bay of Islands it is an important asset of Maori, the indigenous race of New Zealand.

Kauri Museum - Photo Gallery Northland

Matakohe Kauri Museum: Tells the story of our pioneering settlers through the lens of the kauri industry

Hokianaga Tane Mahuta - Photo Gallery Northland

Hokianga -Tane Mahuta: This Kauri tree  is over 2000 years old and is a feature of the “Footprints in the Forest Tour”.

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Hokianga sand dunes: You'll find some magnificent sculptures of sandstone, created by the wind and rain.

Kauri Museum - Photo Gallery Northland

Sandboarding - Take time out to enjoy some Sand Surfing on the shores of the Hokianga Harbour.

Hokianaga Tane Mahuta - Photo Gallery Northland

Walking the sand dunes is not only an interesting pastime it offers learning experiences about the New Zealand Coastline.

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Hokianga sunset: Sit back and enjoy the fabulous view.

Copthorne Hokianga - Photo Gallery Northland

Copthorne Hokianga Resort: Great food, friendship and Fun.

Hokianaga Tane Mahuta - Photo Gallery Northland

The Waitangi Treaty House and Garden: This is where The Treaty was finally signed in 1840. The document is responsible for the Europeans (Pakeha) and Maori living happily together since then.

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Hokianga Coastal Study:  Earth and science students can study the moraines and see how the coastal lands are constructed through time.

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Baylys Beach: Is of particular significance for earth and science students. It’s a very good study stop.

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Koutu Boulders Hokianga: There are many different earth forms in this unique region. How do Boulders like these finish up on a beach and others in the midst of a forest. There are some interesting discoveries to be made.

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Wairere Boulders: is a park built by Felix and Rita Schaad between 1999 and 2003 now offering walks trough the only basalt rock valley in the world.

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Wairere Boulders

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Wairere Boulders

Great Tour Experiences - Photo Gallery Northland

Wairere Boulders

Meeting House, Waitangi Treaty Grounds - Photo Gallery Northland

Meeting House at Waitangi Treaty Grounds: Is a fine exhibit and so very well preserved both inside and out.

Waitangi Treaty - Photo Gallery Northland

Waitangi Treaty  Meeting House: The inner walls are highly decorated by carvings and by the tukatuka panels that individually tell historic stories of the local tribe.

Stone Store (1832), Kerikeri - Photo Gallery Northland

Kemps Stone Store (1832) at Kerikeri: This is one of the first buildings built in New Zealand by the early Settlers. It still is a trading place today.

Photo Gallery – Northland

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