InterCity buses to Kawakawa operate daily from locations throughout the North Island and arrive at the Kawakawa turnoff if travelling north, and outside Bay of Islands College if travelling south.

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Approximate Bus to Kawakawa Travel Times:

Bus Kaitaia to Kawakawa - 2 hours 30 minutes

Bus Kaikohe to Kawakawa - 30 minutes

Bus Paihia to Kawakawa - 20 minutes

Bus Whangarei to Kawakawa -  1 hour

Bus Warkworth to Kawakawa - 2 hours 40 minutes

Bus Albany to Kawakawa - 3 hours 30 minutes

Bus Auckland to Kawakawa - 4 hours

Bus Manukau to Kawakawa - 5 hours

Bus Auckland International Airport to Kawakawa - 6 hours 30 minutes

Bus Auckland Domestic Airport to Kawakawa - 6 hours

About Kawakawa

Kawakawa is a small town in the Northland Region. Kawakawa was developed as a service town when coal was found in the area in 1861. Today the town's economy is based around farming. Kawakawa is known as a "Train Town", due to the Bay of Islands Vintage Railway which runs down the middle of its main street on the way to Opua. Kawakawa is also famous for its unique Hundertwasser toilet block, designed by Austrian artist Freidensreich Hundertwasser. Freidensreich was a resident of the town from 1975 until his death in 2000.