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Parker og natur i Bay of Islands

Island
“Nice trip across to an island, great walking track and swimming beaches and extraordinary views”
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Park
“Superb views and historic flag pole that dates back to disputes between the native Maoris and early British settlers”
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Harbor / Marina
“Open on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday for reasonably priced meals and drinks. The first Sunday of every month is host to an open mic night featuring local musicians. If the weather is fine its good to sit outside and take in the outstanding views of Matawhi Bay”
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Beach
“A few minutes drive from the cottage you can be swimming at a safe beach with pohutakawas for shade”
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Park
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Park
“Easy 20 min walk with 360 degree stunning views from the top. track starts at Du Fresne Place by the turning circle at the top”
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Beach
“Beautiful east facing beach. Great for sunrises but also a top great beach with magnificent views of the islands.”
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Premise
“The site where New Zealand's first sermon was given by Samuel Marsden more than 200 years ago, on Xmas day. The Marsden Cross memorial, a beautiful beach, walking track, heritage information panels and archaeological remains of the country's first European settlement are also located here.”
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Park
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Park
“If you're headed to the Bay of Islands (about a 45-60 min drive), and interested in finding out more about our indigenous Maori culture, this is a tour well worth booking.”
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Scenic Lookout
“This is where the Flagstaff Hill overlooks the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Directly north of the small historical village of Russell, the flagstaff on the hill played a significant role in early relations between the local Māori of the Ngāpuhi iwi and early British colonials. ”
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