112***81Whangarei fall can only be regarded as a medium-level waterfall in terms of drop and flow, especially for people who are used to seeing the great rivers of China. Fortunately, the environment is quite quiet, and I feel a lot better immediately!
M48***13Auckland’s Bay of Islands is a super beautiful bay. The blue water here is really outrageous and the layers are distinct. The beach is also as white as snow, very soft, lying on the beach, sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, and diving are really free and easy.
112***81The Whangarei Seaside Dock Area is definitely a slow-paced leisure area, with mountains and seas in the back, many small water bars in the port, relaxing gardens, and facilities such as watch museums and art galleries nearby.
112***81The National Watch Museum is definitely a landmark building for a small town like Whangarei, so don't worry about not finding it. The white building next to the big lawn is, there is a compass-like pointer next to it!
112***81From Auckland, head north towards the Bay of Islands, passing by Whangarei. In such a quiet town, the art gallery is so mini. Due to its proximity to the sea, many artworks made from abalone shells are also a kind of Maori culture.