Kaikohe is a town in the Far North District, a servicing distributing centre, became the service centre of the Far North, was a Maori village called Opanga, a Maori settlement for many years and is situated in the North Auckland Peninsula. Km to is the east, small village of Ngawha Springs around five. Railway links Kaikohe was linked to the national rail network with the arrival. Passengers had to use the mixed trains with older, rolling stock. Attractions Kaikohe is the geographical centre of the Far North. Northland College is a secondary school with a roll. The school incorporates working a farm, forestry block, has a larger Kaikohe campus, a smaller Kerikeri campus. Kaikohe Intermediate is an intermediate school with a roll. Kaikohe East School has a Maori unit offering bilingual, total immersion classes. Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Kaikohe is a composite school with a roll. Census was cancelled after the Canterbury earthquake on 22 February. The town occupies a level site, the surrounding country. The district supports a variety of farming activities, was the scene. Builders being with unfamiliar, European construction.
Town in the Far North District, Servicing distributing centre, Geographical centre of the Far North, Intermediate school with a roll, Composite school with a roll, Maori village called Opanga, Maori settlement for many years