48 Kerikeri Rd
Kerikeri 0230 NZ

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Kerikeri is the largest town in the Far North region and is a popular tourist destination about three hours drive north of Auckland and 80km north of Whangarei.  It has a rich and colourful history and is often called the Cradle of the Nation, being the site of the first permanent mission station in the country, and it has some of the most historic buildings in New Zealand, also the first place in New Zealand where grape vines where planted.

A vibrant and fast developing area and a former winner of the “New Zealand’s Top Small Town” Kerikeri is also internationally renowned for its fantastic sailing and fishing waters.  A full range of marine-based clubs are available with modern marina facilities at Doves Bay and Opua.   It is widely known for its successful horticulture, niche food products, boutique vineyards, cafes, crafts, art galleries, tasty chocolates and is the ideal centre for exploring the treasures of the Far North with many beaches, harbours, forests and golf courses just a short drive away.

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