There aren’t many places in New Zealand where you can spot a kiwi bird. However, you can see the iconic flightless bird in its natural habitat in various locations in and around Whangarei. Apart from Northland’s only nocturnal house, kiwi birds are also growing in numbers throughout the district which means your chances of an encounter in the wild are increasing.
Whangarei has got a stunning scenery that is best admired on foot. Several walks and tracks throughout the entire district are waiting to be explored, with track lengths varying from short strolls to several hour-long hiking trails.
Entertaining your kids for free in Whangarei is fairly easy. With 36 playgrounds to choose from, there is one available in almost every suburb. We have looked at their safety, which age groups they cater for and what facilities are available in the vicinity. Here are the 10 best playgrounds in Whangarei.
Do you want to exercise more but can’t afford a personal trainer and fitness classes simply don’t work for you? Guess what, in Whangarei you can stay fit and healthy for free! There’s even an outdoor gym that doesn’t cost a cent, so what are you waiting for?
Pneumatic tools can be found anywhere from industrial or construction sites to Kiwi backyards that need some DIY. They come […]
One of New Zealand’s native trees is under threat. And there is no cure. Kauri dieback disease has the potential to kill every single giant in our forests, which will affect popular Whangarei scenic reserves such as AH Reed Park and Mount Parihaka.
When a family member, friend or colleague loses a loved one, finding the right words to express your sympathy can […]