Discover the delights of Ahipara's only Holiday Park, a 5-minute walk from spectacular Ninety Mile Beach in a large idyllic tree lined park... More Info
Set on a private peninsula fringed by 200-year-old pohutukawa trees only 15 minutes from Whangarei, the idyllic holiday park is a nature... More Info
Welcome to our small family-run park, just 2 minutes walk to the beautiful Whangarei Waterfalls and scenic walking tracks. Set amongst... More Info
Twin Pines Tourist Park is 3km from Paihia, nestled on 2.5 hectares of sheltered park-like grounds and only a 10-minute walk to the beautiful... More Info
Waterfront location at Haruru Falls, Bay of Islands - nestled on the edge of the Waitangi River in front of Haruru Falls. Situated only 5... More Info
Chosen by the BBC to film New Zealand's rare birdlife, Russell - Orongo Bay Holiday Park offers you the unique opportunity to see and hear... More Info
Whangarei's central holiday park is so close to Whangarei City centre for shops, restaurants, cafés, movies & supermarkets (7 - 10 minutes... More Info
Whangarei's premier Holiday Park, situated in a quiet side street and yet only 1.8km from Whangarei City Centre. A smaller park, bordered by... More Info
Holiday parks in Northland Region are great for family holidays that won't break the bank. You don't have to pitch a tent either; most holiday parks have a range of accommodation if camping isn't your style. Accommodation usually ranges from tent sites and on-site caravans to motels and self-contained cabins.
Northland is a subtropical paradise and the ultimate destination - the place for laidback adventures and quiet relaxation. Even in winter, the weather is obliging. For seven months of the year, from October until April, the water in Northland is warm enough for swimming. At other times, there are all kinds of cultural and natural attractions to keep you entertained. When you are travelling in Northland, the sea is your constant companion. The east coast tempts you with white sand, surf and sheltered blue bays; the west coast is wilder, alive with the energy of the Tasman Sea. Special places, such as Waitangi and the Kerikeri Stone Store, will put you in touch with the region's fascinating history. Holiday accommodation in Northland is plentiful with options including luxury resorts and lodges, hotels, self-catering (motels), bed & breakfast, and budget accommodation (holiday parks, camp grounds, backpackers). If you are travelling in the off-season discount and special rates may be available.
Northland Region: Northland is a subtropical paradise and the ultimate destination - the place for laidback adventures and quiet relaxation. Even in winter, the weather is obliging. For seven months of the year, from October until April, the water in Northland is warm enough for swimming. At other times, there are all kinds of cultural and natural attractions to keep you e... Read MoreFull Info Photos