17 kilometres from the main part of Rings Beach is the Coromandel TOP 10 Holiday Park. Alternatively, the Indigo Bush Studios is positioned 17 kilometres away. The Sovereign Pier on the Waterways and the Tangiaro Kiwi Retreat are other alternative accommodation options worth looking into around Rings Beach.
Time permitting, be sure to travel to other parts of the North Island region. North Island offers beaches, coastal plains, forests and rivers. Commonly visited North Island tourist destinations are the art museums, nature museums and history museums. Common activities in this particular part of New Zealand include snowboarding.
Don't blow through before you have checked out the Cathedral Cove Beach, Cooks Beach and Buffalo Beach in Whitianga. Should you wish to stay in Whitianga, check out the Aotearoa Lodge and Beachside Resort Whitianga. 19 kilometres to the west of Rings Beach, you may also choose to stay at Coromandel, home to the Anchor Lodge Motel Coromandel and Abbey Court Motel. The Coromandel Historical Museum, Coromandel Goldfields Centre & Stamper Battery and Driving Creek Railway are just some of the more popular points of interest to experience when you're in Coromandel.
Before your Rings Beach trip draws to a close, why not spend an afternoon rubbing shoulders with local sports enthusiasts at a local game? You'll find Eden Park 85 kilometres to the west of Rings Beach. Planning to stay near the action? The Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour and the Quest on Beaumont could both be perfect.
Auckland International Airport is the most practical airport for accessing Rings Beach and is 85 kilometres from the centre of town. If you plan to stay nearby, try the Heartland Hotel Auckland Airport or the Airport Gateway Hotel.
Hotels in Rings Beach start at NZ$89 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.