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Warkworth is a town on the Northland Peninsula in the upper North Island of New Zealand. It is in the northern part of the Auckland Region. It is located on State Highway 1, 64 km north of Auckland and 98 km south of Whangarei, and is at the head of Mahurangi Harbour. The Warkworth district is known as the Kowhai Coast, named after the native kowhai tree, and the town's annual Kowhai Festival is one of the largest community festivals in the country, running for around a week in spring.
Wellsford is 77 kilometres northwest of the Auckland CBD. It is close to a narrowing of the Northland Peninsula caused by an arm of the Kaipara Harbour on the west coast extending inland for 20 kilometres from the body of the harbour, stretching to within 15 kilometres of the east (Pacific Ocean) coast. The town has a small population, but is a major regional centre, being located at the junction of State Highways 1 and 16, almost halfway between Auckland and the Northland city of Whangarei.
Mangawhai is a locality in Northland, around the Mangawhai Harbour. The township of Mangawhai is at the south west extent of the harbour, and the township of Mangawhai Heads is 5 km north east. Kaiwaka is 13 km south west, and Waipu is 20 km north west of Mangawhai Heads.
These and surrounding areas are incredibly popular tourist destinations and form the gateway to the greater Northland area of New Zealand. There are a wide range of outdoor activities throughout the region and the beaches/waterways are a popular for those of all ages for a summer day trip or camping during the holidays. There are many restaurants and cafe's to suit all types of budgets and tastes. Many explore the various arts and crafts attractions, farmers markets, galleries or wineries that are scattered across the region. Those who live in the area take advantage of the picturesque and peaceful lifestyle and the many attractions and amenities whilst retaining good proximity to Auckland city or the airport via the SH1 or SH16 highways.