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Whitianga

New Zealand

Pipi Dune B&B

Pipi Dune B&B is located on a quiet residential neighbourhood. Pipi Dune B&B has easy access to Whitianga's main beach, Buffalo Beach, and is within walking distance of Whitianga's shops, stylish cafés and restaurants. We are 1km from the newly opened Lost Spring luxury geothermal spa. Find us on the street map.

Whitianga & Mercury Bay

Whitianga is located on the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, in New Zealand's North Island (view the map of New Zealand). With its beautiful forests and coastline, fine sandy beaches, stunning views and proximity to Auckland 2.5 hours from Auckland International Airport) the Coromandel has become a mecca for holiday makers and ecotourists. Here's an overview of what you can see and do in Whitianga and the surrounding area:

Whitianga town - only a short walk or drive from Pipi Dune B&B, enjoy Whitianga's shopping, restaurants and cafés. Take the 5 minute ferry trip to Ferry Landing to enjoy Front Beach, Flaxmill Bay, Shakespeare Cliff & lookout — the historic site where Captain Cook met the Maori in 1769 — and tramp the Maramaratotara Track.

Beaches - Whitianga is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches including Buffalo Beach, Hahei, Cathedral Cove, Cooks Beach, Kuaotunu, and the famous Hot Water Beach (yes, we will lend you a spade!).

Lost Spring geothermal spa - Pipi Dune B&B is just 1km from the newly opened Lost Spring geothermal spa — enjoy the geothermal hot pools and the day spa.

Water sports and outdoor activities - take advantage of Mercury Bay and enjoy boat trips to nearby islands, sea kayaking, fishing or sailing charters, tramping & photography. Children will enjoy the nearby animal park, an adventure ropes course, guided walks and horse trekking.

We're happy to help you to plan your stay — please let us know when you make your booking.

Useful links

See these sites for more information about Whitianga, Mercury Bay, and the Coromandel Peninsula (all links open in a new window).