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  • #103
    Admin
    Keymaster

    If you are looking for somewhere to stay along the Auckland leg of the Te Araroa trail or you have a backyard or a room you are happy to let someone stay in, post a comment here!

    #282
    Dayle
    Participant

    Hi Trampers

    We have an Airbnb in the Hunua area of the Auckland area, we know the importance of not deviating from the trail. So, if you do stay with us we will collect you from an agreed location and return you to the exact location.

    If you would like to contact us,

    whitefamilysanz@gmail.com
    or
    https://www.airbnb.co.nz/rooms/27784141?location=Hunua%2C%20New%20Zealand&s=URCJbuPh
    or https://www.airbnb.co.nz/rooms/27857620?location=Hunua%2C%20New%20Zealand&s=URCJbuPh

    Would love to hear from you.

    Kind regards
    Anthony and Dayle White
    021 02552323

    #321
    clairecole
    Participant

    Hi, I do Airbnb very close to the hunua ranges in the Hunua/Paparimu area.

    I can provide a comfortable place to stop and relax with plenty of room for tents as well and can provide you with meals as well.

    For more information text me on 0274559766 or email clairecole7@xtra.co.nz

    I look forward to hearing from you

    Claire

    #342
    louiseg
    Participant

    Hi
    We have a room for anyone needing accommodation on the North Shore, Auckland (700 metres from Campbells bay beach, so you’ll almost walk right past the end of the road). We have hot water, food, a swimming pool and space for a tent if preferred. I can provide transport sometimes too if required. Call/text me on 021 0353059. Best feet forward! Louise and Warren x

    #345
    Jafa5
    Participant

    Hi trampers,

    We have open paddocks with fresh water and views right across the Hauraki Gulf, usually a nice beer or two on tap as well.
    231 Govan Wilson Road in the Dome Valley section of the trail, South of Pakiri.

    Liam and Becs

    #352
    ct1345
    Participant

    Hi Liam & Becs,

    My wife and I are currently walking up grovan wilson road and we are hoping to be done for the day. Would we be able to stay in your paddock for the night?

    Thanks,

    Carson & Katie

    #459
    Skylark777
    Participant

    Hi Trampers,
    My wife and I have had many adventurers(Te Araroa walkers) stay at our home. We enjoy the stories, the motivation but most of all, we love hospitality.
    We have flat land for camping and plenty of water for refilling or a hot shower.
    Our home is the first driveway on Matakana Valley Rd after the sometimes tough Omaha Forest/Tamahunga section and we are at the 479km mark going South.
    Our dogs name is Saaba.
    We are happy to provide free camping and can store any provisions that you send us (if this is an option – let us know and we will send you our address)
    We also have rooms, drying facilities, washing machine etc at a small charge.

    I’ll keep some cold beers in the fridge also.

    Good luck on the journey,
    Chris & Helena

    #460
    Skylark777
    Participant

    Just to clarify,
    777 Matakana Valley Rd. As you come over the stile and look up the road, our stone driveway is the first on the right. You’ll see our rusty letterbox with 777 underneath as you get closer.

    You may also see a sign ‘Skylark’ but this is still to be put up.
    Chris and Helena

    #462
    markandkerrytat
    Participant

    Mangawhai.
    We have a basic cottage or tenting in our orchard in Mangawhai. 11 Longview street, just off Molesworth Drive. Close to Shops, food and toilet at the Mangawhai village. Koha of $5 pp appreciated. call on 021796496, or just show up and help yourself. Keep the gate shut please as we have a pet rabbit. We live at 9 Longview Street.
    Mark and Kerry

    #463
    Aimee.lg
    Participant

    Hey! If anyone would like accommodation near the Puhoi area let me know! Have a house on Weranui rd, and am happy to pick up and drop off! I’m not always around, but send me a WhatsApp! +64270277247

    #497
    Blythe
    Participant

    Hi all,
    I live 300m from the 563km mark in Torbay on the North Shore and have a large lawn that I’m more than happy to have tents pitched on. Will be around most evenings to open up the house for showers, laundry, and the like. House is just around the corner from a great set of shops and a butcher that sells the best biltong.
    Also more than happy to receive parcels on your behalf.
    I’m walking Cape Reinga to Whangarei starting on the 30th of November so will take a two week hiatus but please text me on 0272041562 if ever you need a spot for the night either side of that.
    Must love dogs (and throwing a ball for one if necessary)!
    Happy tramping!
    Blythe

    #499
    Ruru Valley Farm
    Participant

    Hi Trail Blazers

    If you are done for the day and are looking for somewhere to rest your head, we are off Pinnacle Hill Rd in Bombay (down the SH2 end, Mangatawhiri – South Auckland). We have a couple of options for you – either flat land for a tent site or barn dwelling which is self contained. A pool might tempt you also. You must like dogs!

    If you wish to stay a couple of nights (you need to prearrange this), we have 100 acres of beautiful QEII covenanted bush to be explored.(after a thorough boot clean!!)

    We are a 150 acre farm, running Wiltshire sheep and Highland cattle. We are busy people but love to have visitors. Call me on 0211348750 for availability. We do accept a koha which will be used to keep our bush predator-free.

    Happy to collect you once you are in the area!

    see you soon
    Sue

    #501
    Bronnie21
    Participant

    Hi there,

    We live on 10 acres on Okura River Road, Okura, Auckland. You will pass our house after you have crossed the Okura river from Stillwater or we are not far off East Coast Road, if you are walking from Silverdale.

    We have paddocks for pitching your tent or a sleep-out with a Queen size bed, little basic kitchen and composting toilet.
    You are so welcome to stop in to fill up drink bottles, or stay for a night!

    Our little ‘farm’ is called ‘Shiloh’… you will see the sign by the gate.

    We hope you have a wonderful time exploring this beautiful country.

    Bronnie and Markus
    Ph 021-027-41123 (Bronnie)
    or if you can’t get hold of Bronnie, phone Markus 021-473-321

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