The Waitangi Golf Course provides an exciting challenge, combined with a great panorama of views over the Bay of Islands and Russell, Waitangi and Opua, and Mount Bledisloe and Puketona.
The well groomed greens and fairways are surrounded by areas of flowering native trees which provide sanctuary for many varieties of native birds.
Many visiting golfers, particularly those from overseas, claim Waitangi is truly millionaires country for all to enjoy.
In 1932 the then Governor General of New Zealand, Lord Bledisloe and his wife Lady Bledisloe purchased just over one thousand acres of land on the Waitangi Peninsular and donated it to the inhabitants of New Zealand as a place of historic interest and recreational enjoyment for their benefit and use in perpetuity.
This land is known as the Waitangi National Trust and is now...> read more
... administered and managed under the terms of the original gift by the Waitangi National Trust Board. The Waitangi Golf Club leases the land on which the course has been developed from the Trust.