All customer-facing sites including service centres, libraries, the Mueum@TeAhu and i-SITES are open.Customers must wear a mask, sign in and follow social distancing guidelines when accessing Council services and venues during Alert Level 2. All playgrounds, public toilets and parks are open. The Hokianga Ferry operates as usual.
Discover an area rich in cultural history, with a diverse landscape, stunning beaches and a welcoming sub-tropical climate.
Timetables for the passenger and vehicle Bay of Islands and Hokianga ferries.
Whether you are drawn to Māori culture, stories of our people, natural wonders, or adrenaline adventures we welcome you.
The Council welcomes responsible travellers to our district. We have approved sites where campers can stay without charge.
Find information about Northland's beaches here - what hazards to look for, how to keep yourself safe and water quality issues at popular swimming spots.
Discover our three i-SITE Visitor Information Centres in the Far North, in Kaitaia, Opononi and Paihia.
There are many walking opportunities available. Before you set out to explore find out about land open to public access.
Last updated 14 September 2021