388 Kaimaumau Road R.D. 1 Awanui, Northland, 0486; contact options: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone nos: 09 406 8807 and 027 492 1931. Go 13 km north from Awanui (which is 6km north of Kaitaia) and turn right 3km north of Waiharara, into Kaimaumau Rd. The farm is 4km east, on the right. The gate is opened by pressing the green button on the fence.
Hosts: Raewyn & Rosco Pennell's farm has plenty of room to park vans or caravans or to put up a tent. On site accommodation includes a caravan with double bed (and nearby external toilet) and upstairs in their house; a twin room and a double room, with ensuite. The farm has two kayaks available for exploration of the Rangaunu Harbour, which is easily accessed through the mangroves on their southern border. Access to East Beach is 9km further along Kaimaumau Road: drive to the end and walk 200 m (or try driving the sand-track...).
33 c Poplar Lane, Kerikeri, Northland, 0293 (opposite Redwood Garden Centre); contact options: mobile phone: 021 0274 7407.
Brian & Heather Moore host a very quiet and private acre of land with double room accommodation, spa, plus plenty of parking for Motorhomes, tents etc., It's
Away from the main highway but only 4-5 minutes drive into Kerikeri.
Please phone 02102747407 for directions or email: email@example.com.
1349 a State Highway 10, R.D. 3 Kerikeri, Northland, 0293; contact options: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phones: 027 690 8855 or: 021 267 9522. Go ½ km south from the main Kerikeri intersection; then turn east opposite the Puriri Park Orchard sign (ie: turn right into the gateway, if heading south).
Hosts: Michael & Adrienne Moore have 6½ acres, offering plenty of room for POP (with privacy paramount). Accommodation is a double bed sleep-out off the garage, with toilet & shower. There are extensive bush walks (with glow worms) in their beautiful, tranquil hide-away.
38 Long Beach Road, Russell, 0202; phone 09 403 8586.
Only 10 minutes walk from downtown Russell, and just 50m from the family-oriented
naturist beach Waitata Bay; is the idyllic home of Antonio, Stefania and their three daughters; Anita,
Tosca and Indra. Their property runs a variety of animals and, along with their sizable vegetable garden,
their own water supply and a bio-cycle septic system; as a dedicated naturist family, they are almost
completely self-sufficient. But they still appreciate the company of like-minded families and visitors
to share their paradise. Three self-catered, hi-tech, eco-friendly accommodation units can sleep up to
Visitors can share a variety pursuits, such as fishing, kayaking, swimming, snorkelling; or perhaps quiet, spiritual rejuvenation. And the attractive beach is not the only naturist option: there are also secure scenic bush walks on the 25 ha property.