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The tallest known tree in New Zealand is an Australian mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans), recently measured at 80.5 metres. It is one of a stand of tall trees of this species Orokonui Ecosanctuary in Waitati just north of Dunedin.

600 Blueskin Road, Dunedin 9081, New Zealand Dunedin & Otago

    Tane Mahuta – Secluded away in Waipoua Forest, New Zealand’s most famous tree certainly lives up to its name of Lord of the Forest, and nothing is more awe-inspiring than the sight of this mighty tree towering high above you.

    Waipoua Forest, New Zealand Northland

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    Website: http://www.doc.govt.nz/par...

      Known as the ‘Father of the Forest’ and standing at 29.9m tall – he has the widest girth of any tree in New Zealand.

      6687 State Highway 12, Waipoua Kauri Forest, Northland, New Zealand Northland

        Tiritiri Matangi lighthouse is situated on Tiritiri Island in the Hauraki Gulf. It marks the approach to Auckland Harbour some 28 kilometres to the south.

        Tiritiri Matangi Island, Army Bay, Auckland Auckland North & West

        Website: http://www.doc.govt.nz/con...

          The cape is home to a lighthouse, built in 1864.

          Harington Point Road, Harington Point, Otago Dunedin & Otago
            By  downunderphotos  on Flickr

            The fourth longest river, the Taieri at 200km, flows through Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand. This part of Otago is steeped in history with many interesting places to visit along the way....

            Taieri Mouth Dunedin & Otago
              By   itravelnz  on Flickr

              Most known coal fired vessel. Affectionately known as the "Lady of the Lake", the TSS Earnslaw has a special place in the hearts of Queenstown people.

              Steamer Wharf Queenstown, New Zealand Queenstown & Wanaka

              Phone: view phone+64 3 442 7500

              Contact Name: +64 3 442 7504

              Website: http://experiencequeenstow...

                New Zealand's Oldest pub, established 1850. Home of a wide range of craft beers and Moutere wines.

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                1406 Moutere Highway, Upper Moutere Nelson, New Zealand Nelson Region

                Phone: view phone+64 3 5432759

                Contact Name: Andrew

                Website: http://www.moutereinn.co.nz

                E-mail: send an e-mail

                  The Blue Spring at Te Waihou Walkway is internationally acclaimed with water so pure it supplies around 70% of New Zealand’s bottled water.

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                  Leslie Road, Putaruru, New Zealand Hamilton & Waikato
                    By  juergenschulte on Flickr

                    Here’s your chance to visit the hill with the longest place name in the world – okay, are you ready for it? At 85 letters long, this is the longest place name in the world.

                    510 Wimbledon Road, Mangaorapa, Hawkes Bay Napier & Hawke's Bay

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