The road to MitiMiti

by | New Zealand, Photography

Hokianga Harbour, Hokianga

The Rawene ferry that connects The Narrows near Kohukohu and Rawene. The trip across is just about 15 minutes, but without the ferry it’s a three-hour drive on winding roads. 

Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga

Rawene Service Station: If you look at pictures of it from 40 years ago, it looks almost identical. 

Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga

The tourist boat, Ranui, leaves for a tour up and down the river. Go left and you find a lot of history. Go right and there’s a ton of scenery. 

Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga

Waiting for the ferry that leaves every hour. 

Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga

Zack at work. His “other job” is the chief fire officer at the Hokianga Fire Station. 

Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga

The office is a cramped space on the boat. It gets the job done. 

Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga

Mitimiti beach. Cows, horses and kelp.

between The Narrows near Kohukohu and Rawene
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga
Hokianga Ferry, Hokianga

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