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Auckland

Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city, known for its volcanic hills and twin harbours. Enjoy a sail along the harbour, fabulous dining options, great bars, museums, or its many reserves and beaches.

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Taumaranui

Taumaranui is an ideal base if you are visiting Whanganui and Tongoriro National Parks or Pureora Forest and a great place for outdoor activities, trout fishing and canoe trips.

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Whangamomona

Located on the picturesque Forgotten World Highway between Stratford & Taumaranu, residents declared it a 'Republic' in 1989 which they celebrate biennially. Stop for a meal at the Whangamomona Hotel.

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Whanganui River

Awa tupua – the river of sacred power. For more then 700 years Whanganui tribes cared and depended on their awa (river). The longest navigable river in NZ attracts cyclists, hikers and canoeists.

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Taihape

The gumboot capital of the world, Taihape is a small town located in the agricultural Rangitikei district in the North Island. Ideal for outdoor activities and a short drive to Mt Ruapehu ski fields.

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Napier

Napier was beautifully rebuilt after its devastating earthquake in 1931, offering stunning & beautifully-restored Art Deco buildings. The perfect base to explore the wider region and local vineyards.

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Great Barrier Island

Great Barrier Island is situated on the outskirts of the Hauraki Gulf is New Zealand's only National Marine Park. You will enjoy the isolation and the adventure that this beautiful island has to offer

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Claris

The town of Claris is the main service area of Great Barrier Island. It is a short walk to Great Barrier Airfield and close to the beautiful Kaitoke Beach, Okupu, and Kaitoke Natural Hot Springs.

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Rangiriri

A settlement in rural Waikato, known for the battle between Maori defences and the British forces during the Land Wars of the 1860s, and home to one of the region's oldests pubs, the Rangiriri Tavern.

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Otorohanga

Otorohonga is the 'Gateway' to the Waitomo Caves and known as the Kiwiana Capital of NZ. You will see murals and displays reflecting significant icons such as the Kiwi and the All Blacks.

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Putiki

Pukiti, a small town established around Putiki Pa - a Maori meeting ground close to Whanganui town. Also home to St Paul's church built in 1930s on the site of the original 1841 Christian Mission.

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Taupo

With its lakefront setting and rejuvenating hot springs, Taupo is the perfect place to visit for a bit of adventure or relaxation. An ideal base for the Tongariro National Park and Huka falls.

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Shoal Bay

Located on Tryphena Harbour on Great Barrier, Shoal Bay is the perfect place to spend a few days enjoying a peaceful getaway. Here you'll find beaches, great fishing and some spectacular sunsets.

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Okiwi

Okiwi is a small settlement near Whangapoua Beach, the northern-most beach on the island very popular for surfing and tramping through the Harataounga to Okiwi Coastal Walk.

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Port Fitzroy

Port Fitzroy is Great Barrier Islands largest and most sheltered harbour and an ideal a destination for yachties. Enjoy the many native walking tracks offering cyrstal clear streams and wildlife.

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Whangaparapara Harbour

Whangaparapara Harbour is a picturesque port on Great Barrier Island. Ideal for a perfect short escape or stop for boaties. Historically a centre for mining, timber milling, whaling & gold/ silver.

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Whanganui

Awa tupua – the river of sacred power. For more then 700 years Whanganui tribes cared and depended on their awa (river). The longest navigable river in NZ attracts cyclists, hikers and canoeists.