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Set against the stunning Southern Alps and native forest, the views over this expansive glacial lake are reason enough to visit – let alone the recreational pursuits this area offers up.
Pukekohe – This busy farming and market town is a nice place to stop and soak up some country charm. There are markets on Saturday mornings and some great cafes if you want to splash out on lunch.
Ruakaka Wildlife Refuge, Ruakaka Beach – Like your birds? Then this is a peaceful place to get some fresh air, enjoy a stunningly beautiful beach, and spot some native dotterels and oyster catchers along the way.
Pack your picnic and your togs, and head to Elaine Bay for this lovely (and reasonably short) walking track in the beautiful Marlborough Sounds.
Come and feast your eyes on this strikingly scenic gorge, with the Coast’s largest river weaving through some dramatic granite rock formations.
As New Zealand’s oldest museum, there’s a heap of history and heritage to be found here.
Port Waikato & Sunset Beach – The mighty Waikato River flows into the ocean at tiny Port Waikato, with its rolling black sand dunes, wild surf beach, holiday houses and classic fish and chip shop.
Come and get a taste of the greenery that once covered much of the region, in a place with picnic areas, a playground and many short walks to discover.
New Zealand's only narrow-gauge mountain railway along with a working pottery and wild life sanctuary.
Amazing fresh water lakes fringed with pure white sands – surrounded by rolling farmland and pine forest. Great camping, safe for swimming....