Stunning views in beautiful Northland New Zealand

Stunning views in beautiful Northland New Zealand




Apr 2017

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home sits on a hill looking across the Hokianga Harbour with 270 degree breathtaking views of the water, and bush clad surrounding hills and mountains in the subtropical Far North of New Zealand. Bird life is abundant and the sunsets and night sky are breath-taking. It is a large, modern 3 bedroom, two bathroom house with large deck floor to ceiling windows facing west that sits on two acres of land. If you were looking to explore the rich history in the north of New Zealand then this would be a perfect base. A very quiet and private location on a country road that leads to the sea, surrounded by farm land and discreet homes. Close to the historic towns of Rawene, KohuKohu and Opononi. Our vegetable garden is organic and we have a range of organic fruit trees.


More about us

  1. Two women Leona & Kathryn

  2. Leona has travelled the world with work and now is an artist and Kathryn is a health social worker

  3. Our interests are varied. Art, Politics, History, Science, Community and the Environment.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Number 1 Parnell St Rawene, The Copthorne Hotel, Omapere
Cool bars
Opononi Pub (8 mins by car), Copthorne Hotel, Omapere
Cozy cafés
The Landing in Opononi (8 mins by car) The Boatshed in Rawene and KohuKohu Cafe
Retail therapy
Galleries in Rawene, Kohukohu and Opononi (local Crafts & Fine Arts)
Bit of culture
Historic Clendon house in Rawene, Hokianga Historical Museum, Treaty of Waitangi Museum and Grounds, Waipoua Forest, Early European and Maori churches, Ninety mile beach, Koutu beach
Walks in the park
Many local bush and coast walks including to nearby Koutu beach and Boulders (7 mins walk) & local native forests and sandy beaches - book of 30 Hokianga walks available
Spot of exercise
Fishing, sand boarding, horse riding, local gym, parasailing in Bay of Islands
Day tripping
Paihia, Bay of Islands, KeriKeri, Waitangi, Waipoua Forest (Tane Mahuta -2000 year old tree), Taheke Boulders, Cape Reinga at top of the North Island where Pacific and Tasman seas meet

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