Caravan camping near Opua

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10 top caravan sites near Opua

Dream Weavers Farm

4 sites · RVs20 acres · Kawakawa
Beautiful farm with horses, cattle, sheep, goats, cooks and more. Surrounded by native bush with views. Camp next to our clear water river with water holes where you may have a dip or swim and walk your dog. Dream Weavers Farm is a quiet retreat away from it all where you can get back to nature and relax and unwind. Sites are for self contained campers priced at $25 per camper for up to 2 people and a pet or child. Extra campers and guests will incur a extra fee thankyou.
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Dominic E.’s Land

1 site · RV, Tent10 acres
Welcome to our paradise Ocean views over the bay of islands from our 10 acre block of farm land and native bush with a spectacular small waterfall and swimming hole andl gardens . Approximately 10 km from the town of Kerikeri and 6 km from Waipapa easy access to the beautiful beaches of Northland
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Pats Place - Te Ngaere Bay

1 site · Tent1 acre · Kaeo
Available is a sheltered flat grass section near a stunning beach. It is sheltered from the wind yet only a 60m stroll to the beach. Take your morning coffee or evening wine to the beach (like I do). Lot's of fun nature hikes in the area, eg Mahineapua Track, Whangaroa Harbour. Nearby is Matauri Bay reknowned for it's great surf, or Kauri Cliffs Golf Resort.
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Māra Kokotoha

1 site · RV, Tent16 acres · Whangarei
We are 16 acres on a gentle slope at the west end of Whangārei near the Pukenui forest. We are in the process of rebuilding native forest as well as developing a new orchard. We have a well established banana grove which we harvest throughout the year. We are in a relatively quiet space for being just 15 minutes to town center and you'll wake up to rich bird song every morning and fall asleep to the sound of ruru calling from the trees. We are a few minutes to the lovely Pukenui forest reserve, 15 minutes to Parihaka, 20 minutes to Whangārei Falls and Abbey Caves, 35-50 minutes to bay and open ocean beaches. LGBTQIA2SP+ friendly! Kid friendly!
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TItoki Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent4 acres · Whangarei
Great view over Mangakahia River including long 6 span bridge. Private and peaceful on road to Kaikohe. 15lms west of Maungatapere. Several camping sites on 4 acres. Rustic rural property with protected birdlife. River walks and eeling available. 30 minutes by car from Whangarei and 2 minutes to Titoki General Store. Limited fresh water available. Easy access.
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James' place

10 sites · RVs, Tents55 acres · Whangarei
55 Acres, half native bush, half pasture. Beautiful views over harbour. Small creek. Bush walks. Bike riding. About 10 mins drive to Whangarei. On the road to Smugglers Cove and Ocean's beach. We have a range of sites each with their own advantages. Some have better views of harbour and sunsets, others are more protected from the weather. Some are easier to get to, some are close to the main house. There is a large historical Pa (Maori fortified hill top) near by.
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Belfast orchard

1 site · RV, Tent16 acres · Whangarei
Belfast orchard Is very quite and very picturesque Lovely spot Walk to local golf course and very handy to town Horse riding available on property too Horse stables available. Just find a lovely spot and park up Fruit and vege shop also on site with barrister coffee. Bring your pet if you want just look after it Come on in and enjoy
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Milara Farm

1 site · RV, Tent4 acres
Welcome to Milara Farm, a 4 Acre, 'work in progress' lifestyle block and orchard in quiet valley about 1klm off SH12 up reasonable gravel road. 2 areas to park vehicle and tent site surrounded by trees overlooking pond and valley. 15 mins to Rawene - Kohukohu car ferry across Hokianga Harbour. 20 Minutes to Opononi. Toilet NOT currently available. (aside from main house in an 'emergency')
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Seaviews Pataua

1 site · RV, Tent50 acres · Whangarei
Cabin available 50 acres native virgin NZ bush swimming pool hot tub paddock kayaks river close to surf beach. Float benneath the stars, see morepork, wood pidgeons, hear kiwi bird, fishing kayaks river to secluded beach, 1hour long native bush walk 500year old kauri trees privacy spring drinking water and so much
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Manaia Valley Farm

1 site · RV, Tent20 acres · Whangarei
Hi Hipcampers! Manaia Valley Farm is nestled below the stunning Mt Manaia, Whangarei Heads. Our 20 acres is just 600m from Ocean Beach, perfect for surfing and swimming. If you prefer a gentle float in calm waters, Taurikura beach is just a 5 min drive away. There are heaps of fantastic hikes in the vicinity if that's your thing. We have space for campervans/caravans/tenters. And we have a flush toilet, and hot outdoor shower available. We also have a small cabin with queen size bed available if your tent washed away in the great summer of '23. Come enjoy some of the most stunning sunsets Northland has to offer!
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