NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

The three forests that surround Waimamaku village are home to NZ's largest population of North Island brown kiwi and the legendary Tane Mahuta, the mighty 2,000 year old Kauri tree.  A diverse range of native species abound here.  Explore remote and empty beaches, rivers, lakes and waterfalls.  Lose yourself from the outside world and experience the charm and special energy of the Waimamaku Valley.  Browse the attractions below or select a category from the main menu to learn more about each attraction.

FOOTPRINTS

WAIPOUA

KIWIS AT

NIGHT

CONSERVATION

TANE MAHUTA : GOD OF THE FOREST

ARTS AND

CRAFTS 

WALKS

SCENIC

LOOKOUTS

All tired out?  No worries, you can still enjoy plenty of beautiful vistas without having to venture too far from your vehicle.  

HORSE TREKS

CYCLING ROUTES

MAORI

CULTURE

Experience the majesty of Kupe's Landing, a historical site in the South Hokianga Harbour and walk to the top of the historical maori village and pa site.

HISTORICAL BUILDINGS AND SITES

HUNTING