New Zealand destinations
Okiwi Bay is located within "Croisilles harbour" (Whangarae), and was named after Dumont D'Urville's uncle the Abbot of Croisilles in 1827. An area rich in history - D'Urville also passed through and named "French Pass" (Te Aumiti) which is about a one hour drive from Okiwi Bay. Many of New Zealand's early explorers came here, and it was visited by whalers & sealers, followed by some of New Zealand's Early European settlers.
We are just over an hours drive from Nelson and Blenheim or one and a half hours drive from Picton, the gateway to Marlborough, with its well known wines and produce. Okiwi Bay Holiday Park and Lodge is located approximately a half hours drive on a sealed road from SH6 at Rai Valley en-route to French Pass.
Okiwi Bay Holiday Park & Lodge has the following Facilities:
Accommodation: Powered sites for vans & tents, unpowered campsites for vans & tents, hire caravans, homestay style lodge
Utilities: general store, fuel, boatwash, scuba fills, camp kitchen, hot showers, laundry, waste dump point, fish-cleaning bench.
Boat ramp close by.
Area Activities: fishing, scuba diving, spear fishing, scalloping, bush walks, swimming, boating charters, bird watching, kayaking, hunting, trout fishing, scenic drives, mussel & oyster farms, marine activities, marine mammals
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