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Que faire à Huia?

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux d'un habitant. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez des conseils inestimables des habitants de la place.

Parc
“Awesome bush walks in NZ native forest - check that it is open as it is sometimes closed for pest eradication.”
63 personnes du coin recommandent
Café
“Very Quaint Cafe with beautiful surroundings at Huia Beach. Great food and coffee with friendly service.”
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Natural Feature
“Not a safe swimming beach, but popular for its black sand, rugged scenery, fishing, and Whatipu Caves.”
11 personnes du coin recommandent
Lighthouse
“An amazing trip out to the lighthouse which is at the head of the Manukau Harbour, where flights into Auckland go right over. Stunning views. Many beaches to visit at the Hands, the furthest being Wattle Bay and Orua Bay. Others are Big Bay, Grahams Beach, Matakawa. This is a definite if wishing to view stunning New Zealand scenery. Plus.... only 40 minutes from the home. ”
4 personnes du coin recommandent
Point of Interest
“Lovely walk through the bush ending at a waterfall with swimming hole - gentle walk - just a bit of a challenge at the end. Look for signposting right by RSA before you get to Piha beach ”
6 personnes du coin recommandent
Sublocality
“Drive down to Huia, know as 'The Little Hawai', 15 minute drive from our Retreat. Hopefully catch the high tide and be wowed by Huia's beauty and surrounding mountains. We recommend the Karamatura Loop Walk 1 hour return, 2.5km This circular forest walk begins from the Karamatura Valley picnic area and features streams, great views and impressive northern rata trees. A relic railway wagon from the timber milling days stands beside the track as a reminder of this area’s history and the difficulties of getting logs out from this rugged area. On your way back, stop for a great meal and coffee at The Huia Food Store.”
6 personnes du coin recommandent
Natural Feature
“The Waitakerie ranges have many short walking trails. Please adhere to any signage and dip your shoes where requested to stop the spread of Kauri die back disease”
6 personnes du coin recommandent
Natural Feature
“Our favourite west coast beach. The picturesque black sand beach was famously featured in Jane Campion's The Piano. Bring shoes - the sand get very hot and its a walk to the water. Swimmers are advised to only swim between the flags. We only recommend swimming here if you are a confidant swimmer. Be sure to look out for a map to Karekare waterfall, known by the Kawerau people as ‘Te Ahoaho' or ‘pendulous white thread', is nestled a short walk from the main beach arrival area.”
2 personnes du coin recommandent
Campground
“Buy yur surfboard here or get it repaired. Mike Jolly makes surfboards. Clothing and souvenirs, and coffee.”
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Parc
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Point of Interest
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Premise
“Great view down onto the entrance of the Manukau Harbour site many ship wrecks and maritime accidents from crossing the notorious bar.”
3 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This is one of the best little beaches in this area. Great for swinging at High or Low tide”
2 personnes du coin recommandent
Route
“On a hot day, a lovely walk follows the stream and ends at a lovely swimming hole, approx 20 minute walk.”
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Quartier
“Drive or walk over to Karekare beach, made famous in the Movie the Piano. This place remains un-touched with no direct vehicle access. Pack sunscreen, water, and good foot wear and explore this west coast wilderness beach.”
14 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This is a Great location if you want to go for a long walk. Very large flat sandy beach. Dog walking area”
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