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Rainbow Falls, Kerikeri – If you’re visiting Kerikeri and its historic stonehouse, be sure to take the leisurely stroll along the river to view the spectacular Rainbow Falls.
You don’t need to know your stalactites from your stalagmites to appreciate the splendour of this place – it’s quite simply spectacular.
The Ruahine Forest Park covers an area of 94,000 ha which consists of tussock tops, craggy peaks, bush covered ranges and picturesque rivers. It offers considerable recreational opportunities. There is a network of tracks and huts.
Come over to one of New Zealand’s most exciting tramping locations where the virgin Raukumara rainforests offer incredibly steep, broken terrain, tailor-made for the adventurous tramper.
Since this date the Opera House has gained national and international recognition for its beautiful architecture and its great acoustics.
You want birdlife? This place has got birdlife in abundance, thanks to this extensive Project that aims to restore around 5000 hectares of beech forest through a huge push on trapping predators.
Originally founded on gold, Ross has a colourful history, and local heritage guides love to introduce visitors to their town.
Rakiura National Park opened in 2002 and is the 14th of New Zealand's national parks. The park covers about 157,000 hectares and makes up about 85 percent of Stewart Island/Rakiura.
Ruakaka Wildlife Refuge, Ruakaka Beach – Like your birds? Then this is a peaceful place to get some fresh air, enjoy a stunningly beautiful beach, and spot some native dotterels and oyster catchers along the way.
Starting at Whites Bay, this pleasant track zig-zags up the hill through a pine plantation, follows Port Underwood Road for a short stretch, then winds down to the wild sweep of Rarangi Beach.