Maungaturoto is a small rural community situated on the Twin Coast Discovery Highway (State Highway 12) in the heart of the Kaipara District in Northland, New Zealand.
Maungaturoto’s population is not large (approximately 850 people). However, if community spirit could be measured it would rate very highly.
With luscious farmland surrounding the town, it sets the scene for remarkable outlooks and vistas in every tone of green.
It’s a slice of quiet country life with peace and tranquility at your door step and also lots of things to entertain you.
Discover the historic rural township of Maungaturoto, embrace it and enjoy it!
Join the lastest facebook page to keep updated with new developements to the Maungaturoto Skateboard Park
Pieces of concrete dug up from old paths etc are needed for the new skateboard park down Bickerstaffe Road on the left of the Country Club. Please dump concrete pieces on the right of the skateboard park just up from the road side.
Are you ready for the Maungaturoto & Districts 150th Celebrations ?
1ST 2ND 3RD NOVEMBER 2013
Coming soon: New Gardens, & more!
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From Otamatea St John Trash and Treasure
Because Albie is busy with 150th celebrations, we need one or two people from the community who can help with collection
and delivery of items prior to and during our annual sale running from September 30th to October 4th.
If you can help, please call Eileen on
021 142 0357 or email me at:
Thank you for considering this request.
WORK WITH ST JOHN!
They still need Ambulance Officers
If you can help, please contact Stephen Rosser
Operations Team Manager
09 431 8403 or 021 231 6836
NEW RAMP IS READY FOR USE !
New Gardens, Seating,and finishing of ramp area
Volunteers needed! Phone Richard 027 431 8392
Maungaturoto - Kaipara District - Kauri Coast - North Island - New Zealand
Come and join the fun at the local Maungaturoto Markets where you can purchase produce, arts and crafts and more! For more info go here:
Next market on Friday 7th July from 4-7pm at Centennial Hall, Contact Carol Hunter to book a stall email@example.com
" the heart of the Kaipara"