Cape Reinga Lighthouse

About Cape Reinga Lighthouse, Cape Reinga

Cape Reinga Lighthouse is a lighthouse at Cape Reinga in the Northland Region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is owned and operated by Maritime New Zealand. The lighthouse is a common New Zealand icon and a popular tourist destination although the lighthouse itself is not open to the public.


Overview of Cape Reinga Lighthouse

Home to Cape Reinga Lighthouse is the city of Cape Reinga in the country of New Zealand. Cape Reinga Lighthouse is not the prime point of interest of Cape Reinga. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

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Address: Cape Reinga 0484, New Zealand

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  • Fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean and Tasman Sea meeting. Well maintained sealed walking track to the lighthouse with plenty of great photo opertunitities. Well worth the drive and a must see for all NZ residents and tourists.

  • Fantastic road trip to the very tippy top of New Zealand, fabulous vies, awe inspiring ocean that goes forever. Two oceans collide at this magnificent location. Trip of a lifetime!

  • Must go for every traveller. With good weather you have an amazing view. This is the northest place of new Zealand. Amazing landscape.

  • Amazing views on converging coastlines. Beautifuly unspoiled windswept landscape. Where the main road of New Zealand starts or ends as well as the many walking tracks that meander down the rugged coast. The road getting there is long but condition is very good.

  • It is mind blowing. Such a beautiful place, totally worth the visit. It's a short walk down a moderately steep hill to get to the lighthouse but if you can..... go here - especially at sunset.

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