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Ripiro Beach is on New Zealand’s wild west coast. Its wild beauty, sand dunes and wide open spaces providing plenty of opportunities....
Lower Huia Dam, Huia – This is one spectacular spot, especially when it has been raining. There are some beautiful bushwalks around here, or you can visit the waterfall and have a cooling dip in Huia stream.
Luck at Last Goldmine – You might not find any gold, but if you like an adventure, then your luck will surely be in! Bring a torch, and have some fun exploring the old mine workings and battery tucked away amid the Coromandel bush.
A glacier-carved lake and picture-postcard alpine scenery – pack your camera, and take the drive out here to this tranquil setting.
Lake Tarawera, Rotorua – Wow, this is a magical spot. Tranquil and stunningly beautiful, with waterfalls, bush walks, picnic areas, boat ramps and camping areas to enjoy.
This fascinating and alien landscape is a working salt works and, while it has been modified, it still offers good bird watching opportunities.
Clifden suspension bridge spanning 111.5m over the Waiau River is the longest suspension bridge in New Zealand....
Lake Taupo is a lake situated in the North Island of New Zealand. With a surface area of 616 square kilometres (238 sq mi), it is the largest lake by surface area in New Zealand. Max. Lengh. 46km, Max. width 33km, Max. depth 186m, Average depth 110m.
Lake Rotoiti – Another of Rotorua’s gorgeous lakes, Lake Rotoiti is a picture perfect spot for a picnic and a swim. Korokitewao Bay has a lovely sandy beach with a playground for the kids.
This isolated spot is tucked away in the Kaitake Ranges, but that’s all part of its special beauty. Bring a picnic and make a day of it exploring the lush native forest and giant redwoods.