Tutukaka – The Perfect Dream Getaway

Tutukaka is found on the east coast of Northland in New Zealand, which is commonly known as the Tutukaka Coast. The Tutukaka Coast was rated by the National Geographic Traveller as one of the best-rated coastal destinations in the world.

A little farther from the coastline is the town of Tutukaka itself. This is where the diving and fishing charters depart from its modern marina. This is the best point to catch a dive boat that will lead you to the world-renowned Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve. Tutukaka is also one of the best spot for a deep-sea fishing expedition at certain times of the year.

At the peak of the summer months, the population of the town increases from 600 permanent residents to more than 2,400. Another exciting feature of the place is a walking track that leads you to a small lighthouse at Tutukaka Head which is also known as South Gable.

There are several fun things to do in Tutukaka. If you love adventures that involve nature.. It’s only a 20 or so minutes away from Whangarei, which makes it accessible to Northlands largest city.

There are several fun things to do in Tutukaka. If you love adventures that involve nature.. It’s only a 20 or so minutes away from Whangarei, which makes it accessible to Northlands largest city.

Snorkel, dive, and scuba the Poor Knights Islands. Tutukaka is home to the country’s arguably most famous dive spot. The waters that surround it are teeming with sponges, soft corals, different species of fish, anemones and kelp forests.

A little farther from the coastline is the town of Tutukaka itself. This is where the diving and fishing charters depart from its modern marina. This is the best point to catch a dive boat that will lead you to the world-renowned Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve. Tutukaka is also one of the best spot for a deep-sea fishing expedition at certain times of the year.

At the peak of the summer months, the population of the town increases from 600 permanent residents to more than 2,400. Another exciting feature of the place is a walking track that leads you to a small lighthouse at Tutukaka Head which is also known as South Gable.

There are several fun things to do in Tutukaka. If you love adventures that involve nature.. It’s only a 20 or so minutes away from Whangarei, which makes it accessible to Northlands largest city.

Snorkel, dive, and scuba the Poor Knights Islands. Tutukaka is home to the country’s arguably most famous dive spot. The waters that surround it are teeming with sponges, soft corals, different species of fish, anemones and kelp forests.

You may also go to Ngunguru which is a coastal village with a beach that everyone can turn into a natural playground. You can try surfing, kayaking, riding the jetski, and others. You may also go around the Ngunguru Mangrove Walkway through mangrove forests.

Whether you want to walk to and from the Tutukaka Lighthouse or unwind at Whale Bay, one of the most scenic beaches in the area, living in Tutukaka is the ideal spot.

All these make Tutukaka a prime spot for coastal living. Apart from all the exquisitely beautiful natural spots in the area, you may also have access to restaurants, boat ramps, and others. It’s also a fun place for children to visit during the summer holidays, making them closer to nature and away from city life.

If you are looking for the perfect lifestyle accommodation in Tutukaka, Homeworld has the perfect home and land packages available.

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