Rawene, New Zealand

Rawene is a town in Hokianga, New Zealand. It is the third-oldest European settlement in New Zealand.

It is a picturesque village on a peninsula jutting into the Hokianga Harbour, about half-way up the harbour. It is known as the town where the sun both rises and sets. Dolphins and orca are often seen here, sometimes following the ferry that crosses the harbour to Kohukohu.

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