About Us

Black Robin Transport is a well established and reputable tourism business that commenced operations in 2004. We have since provided private transfer and tour services for thousands of customers from within NZ and around the world.

The company began as Northland Limousine Service providing luxury and exclusive point to point transfers for tourists, vehicles for special events and government ministerial services.

In 2014 the company changed its name to Black Robin Transport. The core principals of the business remain – modern day luxury and comfort provided discreetly by professional drivers and guides.

The business is owned and operated by Todd and Anna Bolton who have extensive experience within the travel and tourism industry. Both started in frontline roles as reservations agents before making their way through the ranks to CEO roles and Directors in private business ownership. They believe their exposure to all parts of the tourism industry ultimately provides them with a great insight to customer service delivery and the expectations of the discerning traveller. Anna grew up in Northland NZ and with her brings a lifetime of local knowledge, as do many of the valued team of Black Robin driver-guides.

Golf North has been developed as a division of Black Robin Transport. Golf customers have always been a strong base of our business. Click here for Golf Holidays, Packages, Transfers and Tours throughout the Bay of Islands and Northland, New Zealand.

Our Commitment

Our commitment is to our customers, our team, the environment, our community, and the NZ Tourism principles of sustainable tourism. We work with local providers, businesses, Iwi and all regulatory bodies to ensure these are upheld. We follow robust Health & Safety practices and have been awarded the NZ Qualmark Silver status. Our drivers hold endorsements from the NZ Transport Agency who have also awarded Black Robin Transport with a 5 star fleet rating.

As we continue our journey, we look forward to welcoming and connecting you to our ‘taonga’ – our treasured land.