A subtropical wonderland of islands, marine life, kauri forests and Maori myths & legends, Northland is an incredible place to visit. Stroll the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, snorkel the Poor Knight’s Islands, admire dolphins in their natural habitat – the list of things to see and do here is endless.
Stroll through the lush Waipoua Forest to stand face to face with Tane Mahuta – the ‘Lord of the Forest’ and the world’s largest kauri tree. Embark on a tour with Footprints Waipoua and hear fascinating stories and chants handed down through generations.
Northland is home to a number of impressive coastal golf courses. There are many choices depending on skill level and budget. You can play a round at one of the world's top 50 golf courses (Kauri Cliffs) or play a round taking in breath-taking vistas at one of the many tier 2 and 3 courses Northland is home too.
Off the Tutukaka Coast, the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve is a paradise for divers, snorkelers and kayakers alike. Venture beneath the waves and discover underwater arches, tunnels and the largest sea cave in the world.