'There's no end of things to do in the "White City".'
Manukau Heads Lighthouse atop the Āwhitu Peninsula. © NAZABB Photography
Parkview Motor Inn is centrally located in the town centre of Pukekohe. 400m / 2 min walk to main street shops. . . . More . . .
Boasting cafés, vineyards, farmers’ markets and beaches; a vintage steam railway, even a racing car track – there’s an awful lot to do in this bucolic corner of the country. Read the story . . .
QUIET * CENTRAL * SPACIOUS * CLEAN * CONVENIENT * COMFORTABLE * AFFORDABLE* Welcome to our charming town of Waiuku, we invite you to Waiuku . . . More . . .
Do what the locals do in Franklin. Read the story . . .
Let historic Tuakau Hotel's elegance embrace you. Each of the 10 hotel rooms and 6 apartments has its own climate control to suit your personal needs. . . . More . . .
Aveda Motor Lodge provides superb new motel accommodation in Pukekohe and offers guests a range of comfortable suites - from studio to 1 and 2-bedrooms. . . . More . . .
Pukekohe's largest Motel - 26 premium & standard grade studio & 1 bedroom units. Pukekohe's only motel with a solar heated swimming pool. . . . More . . .
Here at Pukekohe Motel we offer our guests comfortable and friendly accommodation at an extremely affordable price...and were only 8-minutes walk from the Pukekohe Town . . . More . . .
A hidden gem only 40 minutes from Auckland CBD and airport. A beautiful spacious family camp on the shores of the Manukau Harbour with panoramic . . . More . . .
Manukau Heads Lighthouse is located atop Awhitu Peninsula on the south side of the Manukau Heads.?Gates are open 9am to 5pm daily and entry to . . . More . . .
Executive Accommodation in Waiuku with range of private ensuite rooms, two bedroom suites and additional guest rooms for group bookings. Full cooked or lavish continental . . . More . . .
Step into Spookers, and become engulfed by darkness, fear, and heart pounding terror. Spookers is an award winning experience, of fear, laughter and unbelievable horror. . . . More . . .
Built in 1851 by Mr Edward Constable who emigrated from Maidstone Kent in England. Mr Constable then went on to apply for a publican's special . . . More . . .