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Known as the ‘Father of the Forest’ and standing at 29.9m tall – he has the widest girth of any tree in New Zealand at 16.41m.
In the beautiful East Cape at the most easterly point of the North Island, stands the East Cape Lighthouse – the first in the world to see the sun....
The Glockenspiel, Stratford. Make a trip to the village of Stratford (a great base for walking in Egmont National Park, by the way) and you’ll get to see a quirky performance of Romeo and Juliet from this small glockenspiel clock.
Lake Taupo is a lake situated in the North Island of New Zealand. With a surface area of 616 square kilometres (238 sq mi), it is the largest lake by surface area in New Zealand. Max. Lengh. 46km, Max. width 33km, Max. depth 186m, Average depth 110m.
On the far northern tip of the North Islands west coast – stretching from Ahipara, west of Kaitaia north towards Cape Reinga, is Ninety Mile Beach....
(Te Paki Stream Access)
Chocolate lovers will feel impelled to take a break from the walking and wining and try some of the sumptuous, handcrafted chocolates at this boutique Blenheim chocolate factory.
Nothing beats a walk along the river on a beautiful, sunny Gisborne day. This 1km river walkway is nice and flat with lovely river views – the perfect place for a lazy stroll.
Set against the stunning Southern Alps and native forest, the views over this expansive glacial lake are reason enough to visit – let alone the recreational pursuits this area offers up.
Omana Regional Park, Beachlands – Now here’s a nice spot to relax beside a pretty shell beach, have a swim or barbecue, then take a wander to visit the farm animals and the old Maori pa site.
Motuarohia (Roberton) Island, Bay of Islands – Another of the Bay’s spectacular islands, with two stunning lagoons, amazing snorkeling and the remains of an old Maori pa. Bring your snorkel and a picnic and chill out.