With a diverse range of leisure options offered to guests, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to activities to enjoy during your stay.
Peppers Carrington Resort has an Olympic standard, private Skeet and Trap shooting range, one of the country’s finest, as well as two Championship tennis courts and a heated infinity-edge pool. After a day of unique adventures, let the resort’s experienced masseuse relieve tired muscles with a soothing massage.
The Northland golf course boasts a championship standard, 18-hole golf course designed by Matt Dye. The course is surrounded by sweeping vistas of the Pacific Ocean and the vineyards of Karikari Estate, the northernmost winery in New Zealand. More »
Soak up the atmosphere and the picturesque views of the horizon from the stunning wet edge pool.
The estate’s award winning Karikari Estate Winery offers stunning views across the acreage out to the Pacific Ocean. The region’s unique climate, location and weather conditions combine to produce high quality wines with Chardonnay, Pinotage and Syrah amongst the favoured varieties.
Peppers Carrington Resort has one of the finest private Olympic quality Skeet and Trap shooting ranges in New Zealand. Instruction and group lessons start at $85 per person (minimum 2 people).
There are two championship tennis courts with artificial grass surfaces.
Equipment hire is $15 for 2 tennis rackets and balls.
As well as the outdoor heated infinity pool and heated spa, Peppers Carrington Resort is surrounded by superb beaches that are safe for swimming and wonderful for walking. Karikari Beach, with its 15 metre sand dunes, and Matai Bay which is located less than 5 minutes away, are spectacular examples.
Northland offers a huge variety of activities to keep you entertained. The Northland region is in close proximity to Auckland. It is unbelievably beautiful, an idyllic aquatic playground and the ultimate retreat. The area is rich in Maori culture and bountiful with things to see and do. View our recommended list of things to do around Northland.