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Located in the picturesque Omaka Valley, this vineyard specialises in olive oils as well as wine making, so you can enjoy an olive oil tasting along with a sip or two of the local Omaka vintage.
The rock formations here are millions of years in the making – and it shows – they’re truly spectacular.
Okere Falls, Rotorua – It’s a charming hour-long bushwalk along the Kaituna River to Okere Falls (there and back), which are overhung with ferns and native bush. Bring your camera so you can snap those daredevil rafters!
Some lovely walks meander through the forest alongside the northern bank of the Wairau River, and there are lots of open grassy areas to spread out your picnic blanket.
Orere Point – Head out to Orere Point and you’ll have the choice of a stunning white sand beach or a sheltered estuary for your picnic spot. Locals love it for the great swimming, fishing, kayaking and bushwalks - you will too!
Opito Bay – This is one of those gorgeous, isolated white sandy bays that Coromandel is famous for, and what a place to hang out, just swimming, fishing or exploring. It’s pure bliss and that’s why locals love it.
Opepe Reserve, Taupo – Bring your walking shoes and go bush to see the giant native totara trees and amazing birdlife. This is a great place to stretch your legs and get back to nature.
Otara Markets, Otara – Full of Pacific flavour and colour, Otara Markets are fantastic fun. Take a stroll and soak up the vibe as you try island delicacies such as sticky coconut buns, pineapple cake, and delicious curries.
Orewa is famous for its beautiful beach - 3km of golden sand that kids of all ages enjoy.