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O-puna-ke means ‘The place of where the springs have always been.’

A little bit of History

On the coast just north of the town is Te Namu pā. In 1833 local chief Wiremu Kīngi Moki Matakātea held off a war party from Waikato for several weeks with a single musket, and eventually triumphed. In 1865 the Ōpunakē redoubt was established by the 70th Regiment, but little trace of it remains.

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Opunake is a perfect place to stay, whether you’re searching for some solo time or are making memories with your family, Opunake has the perfect accommodation for you.

Relax and unwind on the beach by staying at Opunake Beach Kiwi Holiday Park, Opunake Motel or one of our holiday homes, B & Bs or Baches.

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Opunake is well known for its legendary fish n chips as well as its quirky cafes, pub menus and big ice creams. Stay for dinner and dine out in the evening at any one of our restaurants. Click below to find out more.

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Opunake is a great place to visit and there are attractions for all ages and stages of life. Enjoy a swim at our black sand beach or a a paddle in our kiddies pool by the beach playground. Take a stroll or exercise on our Opunake Loop Trail which takes in fabulous views of our Lake and headlands. Be sure to enjoy the views from one of mosaic couches. Take some time to go shopping or visiting one of our Art Galleries and Studios, enjoy a meal and coffee at one of our cafes and restaurants or keep it simple with fish and chips and ice cream at the beach. If you have energy to burn, get in a round of Golf at Opunake Golf Club, surf along one of the many fantastic spots along Surf Highway 45 or have a blast at Actionaki.

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