Welcome to rawene.co.nz - a little information for visitors about Rawene. If you're thinking of visiting New Zealand's far north, then Rawene is an appealing and well-situated base for your stay. Rawene is a relaxed village on the southern side of the Hokianga Harbour with some of the best accommodation in the area.
Accomodation in Rawene Rawene has accommodation to suit any budget and taste, from the luxury experience of the postmaster's lodgings to the fantastic facilities at the motor camp. No matter where you stay you are guaranteed an ultra relaxed atmosphere and fantastic far-north hospitality.
Things to do in Rawene and surrounding areas To the South are the giant sand dunes across from Opinoni and the Waipua Forest where you will find the last great stands of the Kauri tree and the legendary Tane Mahut a . Inland is the Wairere Boulder Valley, which is worth a look at for its truly unusual basalt boulders. There are fantastic coffee shops where you can sit down and relax with a cappuccino, kayak in the Hokianga Harbour or simply take it easy and take in the scenery at the far-north pace.
History of Rawene Rawene and the Hokianga are steeped in both pre European Maori history and early New Zealand history. Take a look at some artefacts found in Rawene and links to Hokianga history.
Directions to Rawene and the Ferry details Rawene is on the twin coast discovery trail, find out where it is and how not to miss it.
Browse through some pictures of Rawene and get a taste of the beauty and tranquillity.