Lighthouse, Cape ReingaImage: Trevor Dennis | Creative Commons
The Kororipo-Kerikeri Basin is internationally of cultural and historical significance. The wider Kerikeri area offers a variety of great walking tracks and other recreation opportunities.
Beneath the waves at the Poor Knights, the caves, arches, tunnels and sheer cliffs provide a great variety of habitats to explore.
Where dissatisfaction over the Treaty turned to war: The history of Ruapekapeka is entwined with that of the Treaty of Waitangi, a living document which continues to shape New Zealand society.
The famous landmark sits at the tip of the Te Paki Recreation Reserve. A highly significant area to Maori, it marks the point from which Maori wairua (spirit) return to their traditional homeland.
Waipoua, and the adjoining forests of Mataraua and Waima, make up the largest remaining tract of native forest in Northland.
These videos cover places to visit, campgrounds and huts to stay at, and the walks you can take to explore the Northland region.