YHA Ahipara

Description

Discover the delights of YHA Ahipara Backpackers & Holiday Park, 5 minute walk from spectacular Ninety Mile beach in Northland at the top of New Zealand's North Island. YHA Ahipara Backpackers & Holiday Park is located in an idyllic park-like 6 acre setting and has a range of accommodation from the backpackers' lodge, tent sites and power sites for campervans and caravans, to cabins, onsite vans and a self-contained lodge.

YHA Ahipara Backpackers & Holiday Park includes a large lounge and dining area with an internet cafe, open fireplace and Sky TV, a guest kitchen and a full laundry.

The YHA Ahipara Backpackers & Holiday Park hostel is adjacent to Kaitaia Links Golf Course and within easy reach of shops, takeaways and a restaurant. Only 15 minutes drive from Kaitaia, 1 hour 45 minutes from the Bay of Islands and well located for exploring the Far North and Cape Reinga, YHA Ahipara Backpackers & Holiday Park is your first choice for affordable budget hostel accommodation.

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By Bus:

The intercity stops at the i-Site in Kaitaia at 3.30pm, Ahipara is 15km from here. You can catch the 4.30pm Sand Safari tour bus for $10 by booking at the i-Site on arrival or by calling 0800 BUS TOUR.

From the airport:

Kaitaia airport - 15km away

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  • BBQ
  • Bicycle Storage
  • Library Exchange
  • Parking
  • TV Room
  • Take a trip to Cape Reinga at the northern tip of New Zealand for one of the most stunning sea views in New Zealand.
  • Have an adventure on Ninety Mile Beach – try quad biking, sand boarding, bio-karting, surf-casting, horse trekking or a 4WD tour.
  • Experience Ahipara’s past with a fascinating tour of the Gumfields.
  • Go surfing at Reef Point or Shipwreck Bay or just relax on the sand and watch the beautiful sun sets.

Events

  • (May 3rd - Aug 30th) Online Cenotaph Online Cenotaph is a comprehensive online hub for stories of New Zealand service personnel, developed by Auckland Museum; Containing the records of approximately 140,000 men and women who served for ... Te Ahu Centre
  • (May 1st - Jul 1st) This exhibition illustrates in amazing images the building of the World War One War Memorial and the later relocation from Rose Street to Laurie Hall Park. The planning, expertise and effort involved culminated on ... Kiwi North Museum, Kiwi House & Heritage Park
  • (Jul 23rd - May 31st 2016) An exhibition celebrating the extraordinary life of Joseph Gordon Coates. 17 October 2014 - 31 May 2016 The Kauri Museum invites you to take a step back in time and discover the story behind one of the makers of ... The Kauri Museum
  • (May 12th - May 31st) Harakeke (korari/flax) grows freely from the mountains to the sea. Be delighted and inspired by some of its many uses, from the practical to the whimsical. Connected firstly through a passion for this medium, Wendy & ... Quarry Arts Centre
  • (May 8th - Jun 5th) For a long time, my work has explored genetic engineering through a blending of science fiction and reality; combining and juxtaposing literary fantasies with scientific possibilities. Searching the internet, images ... Art at Wharepuke
  • (May 13th - May 31st) A group exhibition that showcases an eclectic range of work from Northland contemporary artists at varying points in their careers. Fragmentary, although a broad theme is one that encompasses aspects of glitch, error, ... Kings Theatre Creative