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Paihia Mountain Bikes

Paihia Mountain Bikes

Mountain Bike Rental - Paihia - Starting from NZ $79 per person

Paihia Mountain Bike Rentals services both the WAITANGI MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK and the TWIN COAST CYCLE RAIL TRAIL with Brand New, High Quality Full Suspension Mountain Bikes and Shuttle Services along the trails for both you and your bike. We can cater for large groups, smaller groups, teambuilding events and can personalise your biking adventure in Northland including accomodation packages. Please get in touch with any questions at all, only too happy to... More...

Pompallier Mission - Heritage New Zealand

Pompallier Mission - Heritage New Zealand

Historic - Bay of Islands

Roll up your sleeves and have a go at tanning leather or printing on a pre-Industrial Revolution press at Pompallier Mission in Russell in the Bay of Islands. Built in the traditional Lyons building style of pise de terre (rammed earth) Pompallier Mission is the only building of its kind in Australasia, and has been faithfully restored to its original function as New Zealand's oldest factory. More...

Stone Store - Heritage New Zealand

Stone Store - Heritage New Zealand

Historic - Kerikeri

Located next door to Kemp House in Kerikeri, the Stone Store is New Zealand's oldest stone building. Designed by Wesleyan missionary John Hobbs, and built by Australian convict William Parrott in 1832-36, the Stone Store was constructed to hold New Zealand mission supplies and large quantities of wheat from the mission farm at Te Waimate. More...

Kemp House - Heritage New Zealand

Kemp House - Heritage New Zealand

Historic - Kerikeri

Built by Maori sawyers and missionary carpenters from the London-based Church Missionary Society in 1820-21, Kemp House in Kerikeri predates the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi by almost 20 years. Enjoy a tour of New Zealand's oldest building including a large range of furniture and personal items owned by the missionary families who lived here - including James and Charlotte Kemp. More...

Te Waimate Mission - Heritage New Zealand

Te Waimate Mission - Heritage New Zealand

Historic - Waimate North

Te Waimate Mission House, built in 1832, is the second oldest standing building in New Zealand, and is the only survivor of three mission houses founded in 1830 on behalf of the Church Missionary Society by the Reverend Samuel Marsden with the agreement of local Nga Puhi. Enjoy the simple beauty of this Georgian building which was the heart of the Church Missionary Society's model farm - the forerunner of modern agriculture in New Zealand. More...

Hananui Lodge and ApartmentsHananui Lodge and Apartments - Apartment, Lodge, Motel.

Haere mai! Welcome to Hananui Lodge and Apartments. Hananui Lodge is located right on Russell's waterfront with...

Kemp House - Heritage New ZealandKemp House - Heritage New Zealand - Historic - Kerikeri.

Built by Maori sawyers and missionary carpenters from the London-based Church Missionary Society in 1820-21, Kemp House...

 

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