Kohukohu village is an historic settlement on the Hokianga Harbour
in the far north of New Zealand. It enjoys mild summers and winters and spectacular scenery. Over the decades, a number of Kohukohu's commercial buildings have been lost to fire, but fortunately many historic and attractive buildings remain on the hillsides overlooking the harbour.
Kohukohu's people, buildings and beautiful setting make it an ideal place to appreciate the warmth and charm of small town New Zealand. Being around one hours drive from many major tourist attractions such as the Bay of Islands
, Ninety Mile Beach and Tane Mahuta, Kohukohu is a perfect base from which to explore the whole of the far north
Kohukohu is now favoured by artists and people who desire a life away from the city.
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