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Northland Kauri Coast Four Wheel Drive Safari 2013
Bi-annual Northland Safari





In association with the Kauri Coast 4WD Club
19th January – 25th January 2013

 All correspondence and enquires to
Chris & Leanne Kemp (09) 434 6005
Address: c/- 329 McBeth Road, RD9, Whangarei 0179
Email: kauricoast4wdclub@yahoo.co.nz

Hello fellow Four Wheel Drive Enthusiasts

We have been busy organizing our seventh bi-annual Safari for the Farr North and this time will be a six day trip through some of the most spectacular scenery and landscape of New Zealand, if not most parts of the world. The trip will be from Saturday 19th January to Friday 25th January 2013.

The proposed route the trip will take is from Dargaville through some awesome beach and forestry following some of the early settler’s tracks surrounded by some of the most tranquil and peaceful countryside you only find in Northland. The last night of the safari will be at Oromahoe School, with a day’s 4x4ing to end the safari giving you a near to round trip of the middle and far north as possible. Travellers may continue their journey from here.

We are using some of the schools and golf club in the various areas of destination for our overnight camping and the schools are preparing a meal for us every night. Taking advantage of the meals provided by the schools will alleviate the problems of keeping food fresh and generally will give you more room inside your vehicle. The proceeds of the safari will be donated to the participating schools and other organizations, as the safari is Non-profit making.

We have made a few changes to a couple of the day’s in the far north. We will stay at the golf club as usual for two nights and instead of a free day we will have an incredible silica sand beach on the East Coast where we will spend a good part of the day. Also on the day that we head to Cape Reinga we will also be visiting one of our many beautiful east coast beaches for lunch and a swim before heading off down Te Paki Stream and Ninety Mile Beach.


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