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Written by The Northern Advocate / Papers Past   
Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Ngunguru has all that nature can boast of as a seaside resort, and it is second to none.

Many would be only too glad to spend their holidays at Ngunguru if proper accommodation were procurable. Ngunguru has all that nature can boast of as a seaside resort, and it is second to none. It should be the Brighton of Whangarei, or as Manly beach is to Sydney.

An hour's motor ride will cover the distance and land you on one of the finest beaches North of Auckland, where the joy of surf bathing can be revelled in and the vast expanse of the blue Pacific ocean brought into view as far as the eye can see. After a gale of wind, when tho big rollers are following each other, white combed, to break on the golden shore, the sight is magnificent and thrilling, it makes a man feel his insignificance.

There is no place within the same distance of Whangarei where the tired business man or woman can recuperate so well after the week's toil and renew their vigor with pure ozone for the coming week's labour.

It is only the want of suitable accommodation that deters people from taking advantage of its many beauties. Besides the place is so little known to the goneral public. It is so near and yet so far; those who have visited Ngunguru are loud in their praises of its beauties and health restoring powers, and return again and again.

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