Waipu is just 2 hours north of the Auckland International Airport. For many people in the western world – that is commuting distance. Also many international flights arrive early in the morning, so it’s not surprising that many people end up here in Waipu and Bream Bay on their first night in NZ.
We are half way to the Bay of Islands, they are probably ready to fall asleep at the wheel and the beaches, well they are fantastic. They are usually more than ready to stop and stay a while. Read more
Did you know that on the top right hand corner of this website there is a link to all the accommodation that I know of in the area? See it here
- If you have accommodation not on the map – contact me with your details to add
- If you have friends coming to visit, let them know about the map
One fabulous new place is Tipu Waterfront Accommodation on the Waipu Estuary, Darrell and Grant’s home is magnificent and a very special place to stay. Gay friendly, with dogs on site – they offer a warm welcome to travellers to the area.
We need to find accommodation for the Tech Crew who are coming to work for us for the Grand Pageant in January. Read more
Are you wondering where to stay in Waipu and Bream Bay – for you or your friends? This Bream Bay Community website has a google map link off the home page to all the available optionsa to stay in the area.
From camping grounds to amazing luxury lodges and everything in between, Waipu and Bream Bay has some great options for people wanting to stay around here.
If you have a holiday let not on this map, please let me know and I will add it.
I have just opened my own place The Red Door on Riverview which is going great – have been full up for 3 weeks! I have a 2 bedroom self contained apartment and a room available for women travellers. I have met some great people – and so far on AA Been There have had 10/10 reviews which is so cool.
Story by Hannah Spyksma
The couple have opened a business in Langs Beach, providing two or three day fully catered walking adventures for small groups. Read more
I have just found out about Kandiah Alpacas who breed them, and also have a farmstay where you can stay and enjoy the Alpacas inquistive nature, and a touch of Bream Bay Country life.
Langs Beach Lodge has been developed by the former owners of the successful Naja Garden Centre in Mangawhai Natalie and Jac Spyksmas.¬† They are offering their lovely home as an accommodation base for 2-3 day short break walking adventures. Natalie and Jac are both keen walkers themselves, they appreciate and enjoy the sense of camaraderie and wellbeing that having an adventure like this creates. Over the last 18 months, they have enjoyed walks in Europe, Japan and New Zealand. Read more