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The Nukuhou Saltmarsh covers about 60 hectares where the Nukuhou stream enters the Ohiwa Harbour.
Climb into a header cab, operate an excavator or see how milk is made. Experience being in an ice-cave or laugh at the antics of our early kiwi skiers.
Located in the tiny township of Te Araroa, this grand old dame of pohutukawa trees is known as Te Waha-o-Rerekohu, and it’s the oldest and largest native tree of its type in New Zealand.
Rain or shine, the city’s popular markets are well worth a visit. This is a great place to chat to the locals, taste some gourmet goodies, or enjoy a freshly roasted coffee, live music and a little local ambience.