Medlands Beach Backpackers and Villas

Medlands Beach Backpackers and Villas

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Great Barrier Island accommodation at Medlands Beach Backpackers and Villas, backpackers accommodation and self contained units. Experience Great Barrier Island 90 km from Auckland.

Stay with us at beautiful Medlands Beach, renowned for its surfing, swimming, diving and fishing. Experience the magnificent wilderness walks, hot thermal springs, view rare and endangered fauna and flora, or explore historic sites, or simply sit back with a good book.

Operating as usual

Found this old flyer from the 80s. The name has changed and the wind generator has been replaced with solar - but the beach is still only 5 minutes away.

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Orca at Medlands Beach a couple of days ago

Johnson's Bay and Whalers Lookout

Johnson's Bay and Whalers Lookout

Summer is here!

Guava time

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lonelyplanet.com

New Zealand island named an International Dark Sky Sanctuary

https://www.lonelyplanet.com/news/2017/06/28/great-barrier-island-dark-sky-sanctuary/

lonelyplanet.com Great Barrier Island is the first island to be named an International Dark Sky Sanctuary and astronomers and photographers will be taking note.

nzherald.co.nz

Dark Sky Sanctuary status will put Great Barrier Island on international stage - Aucklander - The Aucklander News

nzherald.co.nz Great Barrier Island residents and businesses are looking to the heavens for a bright future. - The Aucklander

Summer has arrived on Great Barrier

Dolphins at Medlands 2016

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backpackerguide.nz

Great Barrier Island - Guide for Backpackers - Backpacker Guide New Zealand

http://www.backpackerguide.nz/great-barrier-island-guide-for-backpackers/

backpackerguide.nz Free activities on Great Barrier Island / Aotea! Check out hostels, campsites, hikes, wildlife, hot pools and more on this island just 90km from Auckland!

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sealink.co.nz

Home - SeaLink NZ

sealink.co.nz Relax in the heart of the Hauraki Gulf... Just a short journey from Half Moon Bay or Wynyard Quarter on the SeaLink car and passenger ferry. Drive your car on board to see and do more!

nzherald.co.nz

New Zealand's 'friendliest marathon' just tough on arms - Sport - NZ Herald News

nzherald.co.nz Barry Mouat lives in people's memories as a local hero who loved to introduce people to Great Barrier Island with all its beauty and quirks. Despite having been diagnosed with cancer - New Zealand Herald

Not our usual type of visitors!

Coastal Walk

The walk took us three and a half hours from the Okiwi entrance of the track to Haratonga beach via the coastal track. Most of the track is fairly flat apart from the last 30 minutes which was quite steep up and down. There is an alternative route that can be taken to avoid the steep last bit. We probably had about 15-20 minutes of stops along the way

The walk took us three and a half hours from the Okiwi entrance of the track to Haratonga beach via the coastal track. Most of the track is fairly flat apart from the last 30 minutes which was quite steep up and down. There is an alternative route that can be taken to avoid the steep last bit. We probably had about 15-20 minutes of stops along the way

Dolphins in Okupu

Medlands Beach Backpackers and Villas

Great Barrier Island by helicopter

Great Barrier Island by helicopter

Medlands Beach Backpackers and Villas

Medlands Beach Backpackers and Villas

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