Cities for Foodies in North Island, New Zealand
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- 1New Zealand56 reviews
Had the winner of the Burger Wellington competition today at Charley Nobles. Yum!
- 2New Zealand46 reviews
Amazing hot springs, geysers, and culture! There are many tours that take you here in a day trip if you're coming from Auckland - I used http://www.greatsights.co.nz/ and had a GREAT experience!
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- 3New Zealand12 reviews
Known for its Art Deco architecture, wine, and wool, Napier is a port city in northeastern New Zealand. Due to its remote location, Napier is off the normal tourist path. Filled with friendly people and lots of sunshine, Napier is a relaxing, enchanting place to visit.
- 4New Zealand6 reviews
Paihia is a cute little town north of Auckland. The Bay of Islands is gorgeous to cruise around.
- 5New Zealand8 reviews
Tongariro National Park is New Zealand's oldest national park and a must-do while visiting the North Island. You will find volcanic peaks, emerald lakes, and really amazing views. The Tongariro Crossing is the most popular one-day "tramp" in the country. About 12 miles long, the hike is completely exhausting, but well worth it. Prepare for huge climate variations and prearrange ...
- 6New Zealand6 reviews
Russell, a small town in the North Island's Bay of Islands, feels like a tiny New England fishing village. Originally a major whaling and shipping port--as well as New Zealand's first European settlement--Russell is now filled with vacation homes, seafood restaurants, and sailboats. Russell is quieter and cuter than Paihia across the bay.
- 7New Zealand3 reviews
Great place for wine tasting and relaxing on the North island. Instead of driving, you can actually walk to many wineries from the central town square.
- 8New Zealand5 reviews
Nothing great to report, nothing poor to report. Its a very easy drive from here to Tutukaka for a few days of diving. There is more to do here, Tutukaka has almost nothing. The Whangarei falls is a beautiful falls, and well worth the hike. I'd recommend doing any hikes around it.
- 9New Zealand6 reviews
whanganui is a good place to go to there are a lot of things to look at and alot of places to go to
- 10New Zealand5 reviews
I'm not a surfer but Raglan just charmed me. Between gorgeous beaches, great sunsets, and a cute little downtown, I loved it.
- 11New Zealand7 reviews
M@ home town Gisborne! Alwaze luv this town for itz slow moving ,laid back styles and the plentiful food sources available for us hea! Sun. surf and sandy beaches, bring on the summer!
- 12New Zealand2 reviews
- 13New Zealand7 reviews
This is wea my sista Tangi and her family stay. They live in the suburb of Highbury. Her son Myk and daughter Tatz live in Palmy with thea daughter Liarah Fox. Luv use xox
- 14New Zealand
- 15New Zealand9 reviews
Tauranga is a city in the North Island of New Zealand. Come and enjoy our beautiful city, have dinner on The Strand over looking the harbour. Or head on over to the Mt and soak up the sun and surf.
- 16New Zealand7 reviews
Worked hard and played hard that's all I have to say..........
- 17New Zealand7 reviews
One of The Twin Cities (along with Napier) in the North Island's Hawke's Bay area, Hastings is also known for its Art Deco architecture and wineries. The area is popular with Auckland and Wellington weekenders, though kind of off the international tourist route. The only thing that Napier has that Hastings doesn't is the stunning bay views.
- 18New Zealand4 reviews
I call the Mt New Zealand's Gold coast... But I did grow up there and am biased. It may not be a very big place, but it's beautiful on a nice sunny summers day!! There are salt-water hot pools, you can watch the ships coming and going from the Port, there is a surf beach with plenty of places to ...
- 19New Zealand2 reviews
- 20New Zealand1 review
Cambridge is a pretty town on the North Island that is filled with horses, antique shops, and tree-lined streets. It is a good stop for a break while driving along Route 1.