Kahurangi National Park Family Friendly
Located in the northwest of the South Island and ranging to near Golden Bay in north, is Kahurangi National Park. This national park was created in 1996 making it one of New Zealand's newest national parks, and at 452,002 hectares it is also the second largest. Translated, its name has a number of meanings including 'treasured possession', an apt description of its wonderfully diverse natural and recreational values.
Mobile-friendly - Golden Bay Motel offers a great location from which to experience beautiful beaches, National Parks, Cape Farewell and Pupu Springs. Only a few minutes walk to Takaka township and shops, cafes and restaurants. Spacious, sunny, comfortable, self-contained ground floor studio, one-bedroom, and family units with two or three bedrooms. All units overlook our large lawn and attractive garden.
Mobile-friendly - 800m from Takaka and set amongst scenic karst rock formations, these private open-plan Chalets with ensuite accommodate two people but are large enough for up to four with a sofabed and/or fold-out single bed. Features include large bathrooms with European style showers, TV/DVD player, air-conditioning and free WiFi. Local attractions include Labyrinth Rocks Park, Te Waikoropupu springs and Farewell Spit.
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