Whangarei Vacation Packages
Whangarei in Northland is inhabited by around 51,000 people.
Whangarei is situated 390 miles (628 kilometers) north of Wellington, the national capital, and 80 miles (129 kilometers) north of Auckland.
Some of the most fascinating historic attractions in this region are Ruapekapeka Pa and the equally striking Clarke Homestead. Both are great places to discover the joys of history. Gain an understanding of the bygone days of Whangarei before seeing the area's modern places of interest.
In this culture-rich city, be sure to check out the remarkable cultural centers and museums, such as the Clapham's Clocks, where you can browse local collections. Admire the building and grounds, browse the various exhibits, and then ask around to uncover some of the more eclectic museums in the vicinity.
The conservation parks in the vicinity of Whangarei show visitors the birds, trees and plants that flourish in the local area. Hike around the grounds of Mount Manaia and appreciate your escape from the paved streets.
On a sunny day, visit A. H. Reed Memorial Kauri Park, a place where families can enjoy some time outdoors. Keen gardeners enjoy this peaceful space for the relaxed atmosphere and well-designed gardens.
In this culture-rich city there are a few remarkable cultural centers and museums, including the Tuatara Gallery, where art and history lovers can browse local collections. Wander the halls or see if a tour guide is available and try the interactive exhibits.
Regardless of whether you’re staying in Whangarei business or pleasure, you’ll get more out of your visit by spending a little time at the Abbey Caves and the Waipu Caves.