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Rawene Holiday Park

Address:
1 Marmon St West, Rawene, New Zealand, 0443 - View the map

Located in the picturesque township of Rawene 1 km from Ferry Station. Situated on a hilltop, sheltered by tranquil native bush with stunning views over the Hokianga Harbour. Just relax in this peaceful retreat or go for a harbour cruise, boating, bush walking, fishing, swimming and golfing or explore the giant kauri forest. We provide a range of accommodation options. Tent sites, powered sites, bunkroom, kitchenette and standard cabins and an ensuite unit. Park facilities include: fully equipped communal kitchen, fridge/freezer/microwave, communal toilets and showers, laundry, linen hire. There is WiFi available for purchase. A swimming pool and an undercover BBQ area are also for visitors use. 1km to shops, arts and crafts, cafe, restaurant, gas station and Hokianga ferry. Pets are welcome by arrangement to the holiday park but are not allowed inside cabins.

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Phone:
+64 9 405 7720

Mobile Phone:
02102269383

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Barbecue
Cooking Facilities
Internet Access
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
Parking
Pets by Arrangement
Playground
Swimming Pool
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