The Bay of Islands Walkway

A ‘Full Circle Day Walk’ including two ferry crossings in the Bay of Islands
You can start the walkway anywhere in Russell, Okiato, Opua or Paihia and use the ferry between Opua/Okaito and Russel/Paihia.

On your way, you will most likely see birds like the Tui, Fantail, Kingfisher, Pukeko and with a bit of luck even see dolphins when crossing the ferry.

Walkway the Bay of Islands

Bay of Islands WalkwayWhat a way to have a sportive start of your holiday with Bay of Islands Campervans. Along the track there are plenty of café’s and restaurants to choose from, stay at one of these camping grounds:  Beachside Holiday Park (beautiful view and you can swim in the bay) or Top 10 Russel (top restaurants within walking distance from your campervan)

Points of interest:

  • mangrove boardwalks
  • historic: site of manganese mining, and first NZ capital
  • bird-life of bush, wetland & coast
  • vineyard
  • oyster farm
  • heritage trails around Russell (brochure available Russell Museum)

    Walkway the Bay of Islands: Enjoy

 

 

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