THE LIFE IN NORTHLAND

MAKE THE WINTERLESS NORTH YOUR HOME

You’ll have the opportunity (if you’re not already here) to live in one of New Zealand’s most desirable locations: the winterless North, where we love to live, work and play! The naturally stunning Northland landscape with its warm summers and mild winters offers the ultimate setting for singles, couples and families with all your ‘life of leisure’ needs, whether it be gardening, dining, cycling, walking, diving or fishing.

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Whangarei

Discover all the great things to do & see in subtropical Whangarei; love our subtropical gardens, spectacular beaches and walks. Swim, dive, kayak or build a sandcastle. Enjoy great coffee and food, swing a golf club, cast a fishing line, shop at boutique markets and visit gorgeous galleries and fascinating museums. [Website: whangareinz.com]

Statistics from Census 2018

Number of people: 90,960
Median age: 41.4 years
Males: 44,583
Females: 46,374
Number of Māori: 27,336
Māori median age: 25.6 years

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Kawakawa

Kawakawa is a small town in the Bay of Islands area of the Northland Region of New Zealand. Kawakawa developed as a service town when coal was found there in the 1860s, but coal mining ceased in the early 20th century. The economy is now based on farming. The town is named after the kawakawa shrub. [Wikipedia]

Statistics from Census 2018

Number of people: 1,464
Median age: 31.7 years
Males: 732
Females: 732
Number of Māori: 1,080
Māori median age: 25.7 years

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Moerewa

Moerewa is a small town in the Northland Region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is located close to the Bay of Islands five kilometres to the west of Kawakawa. Moerewa is a service town for the surrounding farming industry. Its main industry is the freezing works. [Wikipedia]
 

Statistics from Census 2018

Number of people: 1,632
Median age: 29.2 years
Males: 810
Females: 822
Number of Māori: 1,476
Māori median age: 27.9 years

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Paihia

Paihia is known as a gateway to the dive sites and sandy beaches of the Bay of Islands. A trail leads to the horseshoe-shaped Haruru Falls. Southwest of town, there are panoramic views from the Opua Forest Paihia Lookout Track. 

Statistics from Census 2018

Number of people: 1,512
Median age: 45.4 years
Males: 765
Females: 750
Number of Māori: 534
Māori median age: 27.5 years

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Waitangi

Waitangi is one of New Zealand's most significant historic sites. The Treaty of Waitangi  was signed at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds in 1840 between the British Crown and more than 500 Maori chiefs. It is close to the town of Paihia and is approx. 60 kilometres north of Whangārei. 

Statistics from Census 2018 

[Puketona-Waitangi]

Number of people: 1,335
Median age: 48.6 years
Males: 705
Females: 633
Number of Māori: 333
Māori median age: 32.5 years

 

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Kerikeri

Kerikeri is the largest town in Northland. It is sometimes referred to as the Cradle of the Nation as it was the site of the first permanent mission station in the country, and it has some of the most historic buildings in the country. [Wikipedia]

Statistics from Census 2018

Number of people: 2,502
Median age: 48.5 years
Males: 1,113
Females: 1,386
Number of Māori: 582
Māori median age: 26.0 years

RENTAL & REAL ESTATE

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GREAT VALUE!

LOW COST, NO MAINTENANCE RENTAL PROPERTIES 

These are 'Not Auckland Rates' rental apartments available in Paihia from $380 per week

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TRAVEL CONNECTIONS

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TRAVEL BY AIR

BAY OF ISLANDS AIRPORT (KKE)

The newly designed BOI airport is located 10 minutes from the Kerikeri town centre, there are up to five scheduled passenger flights connecting to Auckland, daily. 

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WHANGAREI AIRPORT (WRE)

Located 10 minutes from the Whangarei Town Basin, Air New Zealand operates scheduled passenger flights daily to Auckland (approx. flight time of 25 minutes). Sun Air Aviation has flights to Hamilton, Tauranga, Rotorua and Great Barrier Island.

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TRAVEL BY ROAD

The road trip from Auckland to Whangarei is just over two hours in driving time on SH1. And, if there's time to spare, take the SH16 and discover the Twin Coast to explore the vineyards and orchards in Kumeu or hot water springs at Parakai. Te Waka Kotahi: Northland road improvement projects