Things To Do

No 1 Parnell

No. 1 is a socially conscious community space celebrating and supporting sustainability in all creative fields

Ranui on Hokianga

Ranui, "Cruise the Hokianga" connecting Kohukohu - Horeke - Rawene!!! Shuttle Runs, Private Charters, Sunset Cruise, Fish n Chip Cruise

The Wedge

The 2016 Resene Total Colour Commercial Exterior Award winner, The Wedge came out on top of applicants from the rest of New Zealand, Australia and The South Pacific.

Simply FUN

Lots of puzzles, games and lots of fun.

Rawene Market

First Saturday of Each Month at the Rawene Town Hall.

The Boatshed Café

Provides an excellent selection of fresh food in a friendly café environment. Quality art and craft from local artists and craftspeople on display and available for purchase.

Rawene Yoga

Every Thursday 5.30 - 7pm at the Playcentre +64 21 08271231 for more information.

Hokianga Kyokushin Karate

Training at Rawene Town Hall 7.30am - 8.45am Monday to Friday and 4.45pm - 5.45pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Phone Garry Clarke +64 9 405 7688 or mobile +64 21 0333 999

The Masonic Hotel

In addition to providing accomodation the Masonic Hotel has separate bar the dining facilities and outside drinking area over looking the harbour towards Kohu Kohu.

Twilight Bowls

Wednesdays 5.30pm at Rawene Bowls Club. All welcome. Vivian Kahi +64 9 4057 807 or Rob Pink +64 9 4057 504

Rawene Dance Club

Wednesdays starting 6.00 pm at the Rawene Town Hall. More info Mike Albrecht +64 9 4057 529. New dancers are always welcome, no prior experience necessary. Come alone or bring partner.

Rawene Golf Club

Feel like doing some rounds? Have a look at the club Facebook

Clendon House

Be sure to visit historic Clendon House, the curator Lindsay Charman gives the best tours – his stories bring the past to life.


Bring your bike because the Twin Coast Cycleway’s Horeke end is just 40km away and looks set to make its way closer. Far North Cycleway

Walking Trails

The wetlands walk is a short stroll from town featuring boardwalks over mangroves and a healthy bird population. Built on the site of a 100-year-old timber factory and box factory, it’s accessible for strollers and wheelchairs

Feeling adventurous? Have a look at the below tool for finding nearby walking trails or purchase a copy of 'Walk Hokianga' from The Boatshed Café.