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Open by appointment only (and now with our new website you can) BOOK ONLINE.
Address:
31 Marchant Road, Hihi 0494, New Zealand
Dancing Petrel Wines
Listing Title
Dancing Petrel vineyard is on Paewhenua Island, nestled in Mangonui Harbour, and is accessed via State Highway 10. For a wine tasting, call 021 241 3221.
Tastings by appointment

Opening hours 1 – 5pm 7 days a week
Address:
2/2958 State Highway 10, RD1 Mangonui
Owner(s):
Kim Gilkison
Doubtless Bay Charters
Come on one of our fun fishing charter trips aboard Asterix, catch some amazing fish and enjoy the sights of Doubtless Bay. Operates from Mangonui.
Address:
Mangonui
Owner(s):
Clint Dolfing & Susie Courtney
Gumdiggers
Listing Title
Located 12km. north of Awanui, Gumdiggers Park is an authentic Kauri Gum digging site over 100 years old.
Address:
171 Heath Road, Waiharara 0486, New Zealand
Mark Daniels Art Studio
Fine Art sales, art products, prints and cards.
Address:
126 Waterfront Drive, Mangōnui 0420, New Zealand
Owner(s):
Mark Daniells
Matthews Vintage Collection
Experience a unique opportunity to view a privately owned collection of vintage cars and machinery used in farming dating back to the early1900's. Accumulated and restored by an avid vintage enthusiast over the last 50 years covering over 1100 square meters of display area.
Address:
State Highway 10 Aurere, RD3 Kaitaia
Owner(s):
Winston Matthews
Northland Taxi Shuttles & Tours
Address:
17 Midgley Road, RD1 Mangonui
Owner(s):
Peter & Raewyn Ellicott
Experience Northlands Best Taxi Shuttle & Tour Service!
SupExplore – Stand Up Paddle, Surf and Kayak
Stand Up Paddle, Surf and Kayak - Tours, Lessons and Hire.
Address:
Oruru Road Taipa, RD1 Mangonui
Owner(s):
Stuart Murray
Te Ahu
Listing Title
Te Ahu in Kaitaia is the civic and community centre for the northern region of the Far North District of New Zealand. It was designed and built by local architectural practices and contractors and is a venue for concerts, plays and other cultural events as well as conferences, seminars and meetings. It was formally opened by Governor-General, Sir Jerry Mateparae, on Saturday 28 April 2012.
Address:
1 Mathews Avenue, PO Box 227 Kaitaia
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