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Paritutu Rock is a volcanic remnant, a part of the Sugar Loaf Islands - an eroded stumps of an ancient volcanic crater.
Often described as the jewel in New Plymouth's crown, Pukekura Park covers 52ha (128 acres) right in the heart of the city and is one of New Zealand's premier botanical gardens.
A garden of National significance in Hawera, South Taranaki. Adjacent to a historic Maori Pa and full of New Zealand Natives.
Pukeiti holds more than 2000 varieties of rhododendrons as well as complementary native and exotic plantings.
Renowned for its rhododendron collection, Pukeiti is a 360 ha rainforest property located between Mount Taranaki and the coast, just south of New Plymouth.
The walkway begins at the Pukearuhe Historic reserve and passes through private land. Please respect the landowners’ property by keeping to the walkway, using the stiles and not disturbing livestock.
There are many short walks and easy walking tracks on the lower slopes of Mt Taranaki that weave their way through lush lowland semi-swamp forest of rimu, r?t?, k?mahi, kahikatea and swamp mairie.