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Northern Wairoa Hotel

Northern Wairoa Hotel

Traditional family hotel. Heritage dining room providing breakfast, lunch and dinner. 36 rooms with double, twin or triple beds. 11 rooms with ensuites and TV. The hotel has a full service restaurant, lounge bar, guest lounge, TAB and public bar. Wireless Internet access, which is free, is only available to persons with their own laptop computers, we do not supply a separate PC, for persons without laptops.

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70 Victoria Street, Dargaville NORTHLAND New Zealand

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The Waipoua Forest is just half hour drive from Dargaville. It holds the largest tree in NZ.

Guided Footprints Waipoua Forest Tours. Learn about the forests two thousand year history through maori legend and ecological interpretation. Chauffeured private tours or join their general night tour. This is a must do as Footprints Waipoua is one of “82 global experiences of a lifetime” published by Lonely Planet.

In Dargaville visit the Maritime Museum, Zizania Paper Company where paper is handcrafted from local river grass, kauri gift shops, and at the Woodturners Studio you can spend a day with Rick learning to turn wood yourself. One of our top attractions in Northland is the Matakohe Kauri Museum, an absolute must see destination on your way back to Auckland.

Horse Adventures
Canter up rivers and have a wild and fun day out, but it is not for the faint hearted.

Kai Iwi Lakes
The Kai Iwi Lakes are crystal clear fresh water lakes that shine sapphire blue in the sun. Spend the day swimming at the safe beach, kayaking or walk around the lakes for exercise. There are kids swings and play area – a great place to go with the family.

Remote, deserted beaches, shipwrecks, fossilised forests and Maunganui Bluff, that marks the end of New Zealands longest driveable beach, where you will probably be one of the only people on the beach, discover seals and birds in the sand dunes, and shells on the golden sand.

Baylys Beach - Hire a quad bike and freedom ride down the dunes. Play a game of golf on a course with amazing beach views.

The Hokianga Harbour. Magnificent harbour views, sand duning (riding boogey boards down the sand dunes), beach walks where a blowhole and caves can be found. Swimming, arts, crafts, waterfalls and mazes, and our deep sea fishing charter boat for marlin and scuba diving, all to be found for a day out.

‘Crossings Hokianga’, boat tour to learn the history of maori and pakeha settlement of this area.

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Guest reviews

Total guest reviews 12

Average review out of 5

3.4

North Island, Dargaville

avg. review 4.0

Location

  • Close to everything
  • Perfect
  • Outstanding
  • Great
  • Central

Value

  • Reasonable
  • Economical
  • Over-priced
  • Inexpensive
  • Could be better

Facilities

  • Basic
  • Typical
  • Tired
  • Old
  • Nothing special

Service

  • Polite
  • Friendly
  • Courteous
  • Good
  • Basic

Cleanliness

  • Clean
  • Spick and span
  • Pleasant
  • Lovely
  • Lacking
3.2
  • It was a lovely but tired old hotel. The seperaste bathroom had a wonderful deep bath.
  • The room was very basic and needed to be updated.

Location

  • Close to everything

Value

  • Could be better

Facilities

  • Tired

Service

  • Courteous

Cleanliness

  • neat and clean

sally mendes from Melbourne | Reviewed in Apr 2014

3.2
  • A room was available
  • They didn't know we had booked through Wotif
  • Couldn't use the TV because the remote didn't have batteries

Location

  • Close to everything

Value

  • Economical

Facilities

  • Basic

Service

  • Basic

Cleanliness

  • Lacking

Dianne Davey from Northland | Reviewed in Mar 2014

2.8
  • Centrally located, bed was comfortablish
  • Pretty run down and rooms too hot, windows would not stay open

Location

  • Close to everything
  • Centrally located

Value

Facilities

Service

Cleanliness

Emmanuel Karavias from Wellington | Reviewed in Feb 2014

3.8
  • close to everything in town

Location

  • Perfect

Value

  • Reasonable

Facilities

  • Basic

Service

  • Friendly

Cleanliness

  • Pleasant

Anna Waldus from Northland | Reviewed in Feb 2014

3.4
  • Unclean, no service.
  • We booked a breakfast and no one was at to attend us, no breakfast, no people and place was full of empty energy drinks from some party

Location

Value

Facilities

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Natalia Alimova from Auckland | Reviewed in Jan 2014

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