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    If you are looking for somewhere to stay along the Waikato-King Country 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!



    Happy to host hikers here at Hazelblue Farm. We are at 2352 Oio Road, aproximately halfway between National Park and Whakahoro on the trail. Pitch a tent at the house or down by our river campground. Rooms available in bad weather.


    Judy Neill

    Remember Then at Kauri Lane is a lovely country home offering a friendly and authentic New Zealand accommodation experience tailored especially for Te Araroa walkers. You may have seen our signs during your walk πŸ™‚
    We are not a hotel but we offer lots of treats to ensure Te Araroa walkers have a relaxing stay. We are just past the 767k mark very close to the Hakarimata walkway entrance. Pick up may be available from Countdown or from Ngaruawahia. Please phone Judy to check +64 272 007 096.

    * Hot showers
    * Warm Welcome
    * Complimentary Tea and Coffee
    * Fully equipped Kitchen and Fridge
    * BBQ
    * Lounge with books and DVDs, comfy sofas
    * Dining areas inside and outside
    * Outdoor picnic tables, seating, pergola, lovely places to relax

    * Tent sites $15 per person
    * Bunk beds (use own sleeping bag) $25 per person
    * Double Bed (communal area) linen and towels supplied $60
    * Private Warm Double Bedroom, everything supplied, you just
    need to relax and enjoy $80
    * 2 night special β€œSlack Pack” offer where to can walk the
    Hakarimata trail without your pack – ask Judy for details
    * Seasonal Fruit, Veges and Duck Eggs – all from Kauri Lane
    * Kauri Lane Herbal teas – $8 Dehydrated Fruit Trail Snack
    packs – $5 and Judy’s homemade Kombucha – $3 are all
    available for purchase from Judy.
    * Breakfast $8 (booked night before)

    We are only open seasonally to cater for the majority of walkers. 2017 – 2018 dates are:
    OPEN – Now
    OPEN – 4 Jan 2018 – 15 March 2018
    CLOSED – 16 March 2018 – 14 September 2018
    2018 – 2019 Dates will be confirmed


    Judy Neill


    Remember Then has enjoyed meeting and hosting this season’s SOBO Te Araroa Walkers for the past 6 months.
    It has become very quiet the past few weeks so we are closing a few days earlier for this season.

    Congratulations to those of you have completed, or are close to completing the trail. Well done all.
    We look forward to meeting lots more adventurous walkers and holiday makers later this year. Judy


    Judy Neill

    REMEMBER THEN – Please note that due to a change in circumstances, Remember Then at Kauri Lane has ceased operating. Accommodation or transport is no longer available and will not be re-opening Sept 2018. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who stayed over the past 3 years, I have loved meeting you all. If anyone sees this post please can you help me by passing this information on as I can no longer offer accommodation or transport. Kind regards Judy

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