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Parks & Natur in Bay of Plenty

“The Mount is a short distance away. Enjoy a walk around or up the Mount and enjoy the fantastic views. Or visit downtown The Mount with abundance of boutique stores, gift shops and vibrant cafe culture. There are heaps of awesome bars and restaurants to choose from. ”
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“There are two options for walking in The Redwoods. Walk the Redwoods Grove or other longer Whakarewarewa Forest walks on the ground. Check out the options in the Redwoods Visitors Centre. The Redwoods treewalk gives a viewpoint from up the trees. This option is particularly spectacular at night, with its atmospheric lighting. I recommend getting there either before dark or late to avoid the crowds. Last entry is around 10pm.”
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“Enjoy a nice soak after a walk around or up the Mount, or an evening soak before bed. ”
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“It's amazing to see the volume of water feeding New Zealand's largest river, the mighty Waikato. ”
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“A great spot to soak away your aches and pains, warm up or even have a spa therapy or massage ”
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“An alternative to climbing the Mount. An easier walk to the top with specatacular 360 degrees views both inland and up and down the coastline. About a 15 minute drive from your accommodation.”
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“McLaren Falls is 10 minutes away from Seventh Heaven. You are in for a treat with many things to do, so here we go... Marshalls Animal Park is in the park with a range of domestic and exotic animals, super for children to see. Phone 07 543 1099. Falls Cafe is located by the information centre. Phone 07 543 4976. Beautiful walking tracks and walkways so have your camera ready. Trout fishing happens all year-round in Lake McLaren and in the Ruahihi Canal. You need a fishing licence prior to visiting the park which can purchased from some sports shops or online through Fish and Game New Zealand. Licences are not available to purchase from McLaren Falls Park. Wairoa River and McLaren Falls activities On the Wairoa river near Tauranga you can enjoy kayaking, rafting, fishing, running and setting up for a picnic. White water for kayakers and rafters is regularly released from McLaren Falls dam during warm months . I have done this and strongly recommend it for adrenalin junkies!”
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“This thermal park has great walks and mountain bike tracks as well as the natural hot pools. The pools have recently been upgraded and there are lockers available as well as a container type cafe available. Do use the lockers provided as this area is a spot where lots of things have been reported stolen. This is a cool little spot to experience the natural hot water pools.”
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“One of the few places in NZ you can get to see plenty of kiwi and other native NZ birds”
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“This is a park in the centre of Rotorua. It's a great place to see some thermal activity at no cost. There's even the opportunity to soak your feet in a thermal pool. On Saturday mornings there's a market also, held by the playground.”
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“Wonderful place to explore, so many different parts to Te Puna Quarry. Take a picnic and relax with the family.”
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“If you want the ultimate in outside mineral hot pools, these are a must experience. There are three exclusive hot pools of varying temperatures, surrounded in bush and very quiet as no children under 14 permitted. A wonderful night time experience.”
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“A great day activity; drive in to the country behind Gisborne. About 30 minute drive. Amazing arboretum with wonderful walks, huge trees, ponds, gardens, gift shop and interactive education center for kids. An elegant cafe in the old homestead! Can sit in the beautiful dining room for excellent tea/coffee served by wonderfully friendly staff.”
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“Great hotpool to soak away those aches and pains! Be aware, though, that the walk back to the car is pretty steep! Children are allowed”
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“I am forever telling guests to go to this amazing little gem. Haurana springs is the deepest natural fresh water spring in the North island of New zealand, located northeast of the Rotorua lake.. The spring emerges gtom a rocky area in the reserve.. Its a real go back to nature experience with unparalleled peace and serenity. Journey through lush landscapes, untouched nature and the deepest natural freshwater spring in the North island. originallty a tribal settlement for the Ngati Rangiwewehi people, now a rich cultural place f history and stories Vist the magic of this special taonga ( treasure). Its magical river side walk has 100 year old redwood trees”
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“The thermal pools are very clean and are drained and refilled every night. Situated 25 minutes south of Rotorua off SH5, perfect place to relax and unwind. The largest single source of 100% pure geothermal water in NZ. There is also a cafe on site.”
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