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The surface is at an altitude of 150 metres above sea level, and the lake is 463 meters deep. It is New Zealand's deepest lake.
Nothing beats a walk along the river on a beautiful, sunny Gisborne day. This 1km river walkway is nice and flat with lovely river views
Greenhaugh Gardens surround a colonial homestead built in 1874. The two hectare semi-formal gardens have been developed over the past thirty years, the background of established trees a legacy of previous occupants.
Hackfalls Station was first named Abbotsford by its original owners, the Whyte family, who immigrated to New Zealand from Scotland and acquired the Tiniroto property in 1889.
Renowned for its rhododendron collection, Pukeiti is a 360 ha rainforest property located between Mount Taranaki and the coast, just south of New Plymouth.
Ninety Mile Beach - With its wind swept beauty and rolling breakers, Ninety Mile Beach has a rugged charm all of its own. The beach is actually 88km long (30 miles), but you can be forgiven for thinking those sweeping sands stretch for longer.