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Paihlia to Auckland via the West Coast

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Paihlia to Auckland via the West Coast

We are driving from Paihlia to Auckland via the west coast and have one night free before our last 2 nights in Auckland . Can you suggest where to spend the night ?

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1. Re: Paihlia to Auckland via the West Coast

This route is a fantastic drive and the scenery through the Hokianga and Waipoua Forest is amazing....

Accommodation is limited, but here are a couple of options....

Copthorne @ Omapere

Sunset View Lodge @ Baylys Beach

Petite Provence @ Matakohe

The 3 above are all mid range in price (ie. under NZ$200 per night)

If you want to splash out (approx NZ$400-$500), you could look at Waipoua Lodge.

If you want something more budget, the TOP10 Holiday Park @ Trounson is excellent

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2. Re: Paihlia to Auckland via the West Coast

We stayed at B&B Mckenzies was lovely and homely right on the waterfront at Omapere views to die for next to copthorne hotel good value for money.

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3. Re: Paihlia to Auckland via the West Coast

Thanks Andy & Katy

Just Booked Mckenzies very reasonable rate and have planned to explore Waipoua Forest .

What would we do without Trip Advisor :)

4. Re: Paihlia to Auckland via the West Coast

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