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Tane Mahuta is on the northland circuit in the Kauri rain forests on the west coast
Tane Mahuta is an iconic and very special Kauri tree. The roadside cafe sells fresh berry ice creams too!
A must see, iconic Father of the forest, only 15 minutes away, short 5 minute walk.
"Tane" God of the forest, a truly magnificent experience. A small glimpse of a world we almost lost. There is a guide there free of charge and willing to tell you the story.
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“Ever seen a steam engine travel down the middle of a major road? BOI Vintage rail is an iconic steam engine, maintained since the coal mining days of the north. "Gabriel" is a beautifully restored steam engine that goes for a seven kilometre ride through the countryside. Not to be missed, waving to motorists from the train as they wait patiently for you to pass”
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“This is New Zealand's only surviving pioneer printery and tannery. They have hands-on demonstrations and tours of this fascinating early mission.”
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“A picture-perfect setting in the Bay of Islands and one of New Zealands premier historic sites. ”
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“We highly recommend a cruise to Hole in the Rock as it covers most of the inner islands, Cape Brett and you may be lucky and see dolphins on the way. Lunch is usually included in a picturesque spot on this trip at Otehei bay on Urupukapuka island.”
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“Great experience to see and visit, please ensure you follow local guidelines and rules for driving on the beach and PLEASE ensure you use an appropriate vehicle (4X4 prefered)”
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