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The Northland region of New Zealand's North Island occupies the upper end of the North Auckland Peninsular. Due to its mild climate it is often referred to as the' Winterless North', the area enjoys a sub-tropical oceanic climate with warm humid summers and mild wet winters. The main centre is the city of Whangarei.
Northland is a place of contrasts, from ancient forests to a coastline rich with quiet coves, white sandy beaches and mangroves. It's tranquil, unhurried and unspoilt - enjoy the wide-open spaces, secluded beaches and pockets of native bush where you can turn off the highway and enjoy the wildlife. The western coast of the region is dominated by several long straight beaches, the most famous being Ninety Mile Beach. The east coast is more rugged, and is dotted with bays and peninsulas.
Northland is also famous for the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. The Treaty afforded Maori the rights of all British subjects in return for ceding sovereignty to the British Queen.
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