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Take a stroll in one of Taranaki’s gorgeous country gardens, with its hidden pathways, swamp gardens, flower beds and sculpture, or just relax on the beautiful lawns, while the kids have a play in the children’s area.
One of New Zealand’s most fascinating natural wonders – as per the name, this beach is famous for its unique hot water pools in the sand....
Not many people get to experience this mystical Hokitika nightlife – so be one of the few to view this sparkly natural beauty in the darkness.
On River Road, these busy local markets are a good place to stock up, with tempting goodies from gourmet sausages to freshly ground coffee.
At 952m, Mt Te Aroha is the highest point of the Kaimai Range and is a distinctive landmark in the area....
Harrison Scenic Reserve, Opua – This stunning valley walk will take you through some of the loveliest coastal forest in the Bay of Islands! It’s a gem.
Howick Historical Village is a living history museum in a peaceful natural setting. It comprises 30 buildings set in 7 acres of grounds and gardens, and depicts a Fencible settlement in the period from 1840 to 1880.
Rain or shine, calm or storm, there’s always something to see on this wild, driftwood filled beach.
Just a short drive from Hokitika township, the water in this sheer sided ravine is so blue, you’ll think you’re seeing things.
Hawera Water Tower - one of Taranaki’s best known landmarks – this historic tower standing 55m tall with 1340 tonnes of hand mixed concrete was completed in 1914....