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Northland

The wairua (spirit) is strong in this one. Two seas clash on the outer rim while giant forest guardians look over within.

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Tarewa i-Site

Overnight Campervan Parking

Tarewa i-Site

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Awanui Reserve

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Awanui Reserve

Overnight Campervan Parking

Whangarei Falls Scenic Reserve

Overnight Campervan Parking

Whangarei Falls Scenic Reserve

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Two Ponga Park, Okaihau

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Two Ponga Park, Okaihau

Overnight Campervan Parking

Te Corner, Ohaeawai

Overnight Campervan Parking

Te Corner, Ohaeawai

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One Tree Point

Boatramp Carpark, Overnight Campervan Parking

One Tree Point

Boatramp Carpark, Overnight Campervan Parking

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Elliot Bay

Overnight Campervan Parking

Elliot Bay

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Ruakaka Shops

Freedom Camping

Ruakaka Shops

Freedom Camping

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Sally

New Zealand

Go back in time to experience the colonial birthplace of New Zealand in the small, yet very busy town in the summer; Russell, where this countries founding document the Treaty of Waitangi was signed. This little town was for a short time the capital city of NZ. Easily accessed by both road and ferry from Paihia.

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Paul

Australia

The Kai Iwi lakes are well worth a visit, three clear turquoise coloured lakes surrounded by white beaches and pine forest. In this area you can go swimming, fishing, walking and mountain biking. There is also access to the Tasman Sea.

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