Dargaville - Town in the North Island

Dargaville is a town in the North Island, the gateway, the Waipoua Forest, a city with a significant rainfall, has the longest, unbroken stretches of sand beach, is situated by the Wairoa River with boat moorings and is on the junction of state Highways. The town is located 55 kilometres southwest of Whangarei, was named after timber merchant. The river was used to transport the huge logs, downstream shipbuilders. Attractions are the Kai Iwi lakes some 25 kilometres. Dargaville High School is a secondary school with a roll. Dargaville Intermediate is an intermediate school with a roll.

Town in the North Island, Gateway, Waipoua Forest, City with a significant rainfall, Secondary school with a roll, Intermediate school with a roll, Junction of state Highways