About Haze Real Estate Hokianga

About Haze Real Estate Hokianga

Kelvin Windsor

Office : 09 406 0211
Mobile : 027 570 4600
Email : kelvin.w@fnn.co.nz

The Hokianga is a very special place, with a lifestyle that is hard to match elsewhere. We, as your local agents are here to help introduce you to all the hidden treasures that us, as locals enjoy every day.

There are lot’s of unique properties, offering something for everyone, which is why our local knowledge is vital when getting to know your options in the area.

Our door is always open, so call us to have an informal chat about buying, selling or moving to the area.

We are happy to help.

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Just a three hour drive north of Auckland on State Highway 12 the giant kauri trees of the Waipoua Kauri Forest act as sentinels for the undiscovered jewel of Northland’s west coast, the historic Hokianga Harbour. The Hokianga is rich in both Maori and European history and culture and is viewed by many as the first chapter of the New Zealand story. Kupe and the first Maori explorers arrived here after voyaging across the Pacific. In fact, the full name of the harbour is ‘Hokianga Kupe A Nui’, which means ‘The great leaving place of Kupe.’Some of the earliest settled towns in New Zealand such as Rawene and Kohukohu are found here on the Hokianga.

The famous Kauri of the Waipoua Forest lie at the southern edge of the Hokianga.Tane Mahuta, ‘King of the Forest’ is the largest Kauri tree in the world and is approximately 2000 years old. The twin coastal towns of Omapere and Opononi offer a myriad of attractions and activities to enjoy whilst in the area.

Long sandy beaches, for swimming, and a whole harbour to partake in your favourite water sport, whether its swimming, kayaking, surfing, fishing or diving. Local cafes and shops offer a lovely array of food and drinks to make your stay here delicious and carefree. Many people may not know the existence of the Hokianga and this adds to the beauty and slower pace to life, a corner of New Zealand that remains a place of close community and discovery of the new.

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