Tauranga Visitor Information
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Fergusson Park is a dog-friendly playground for all. Coastal walkway with views across Tauranga harbour to Matakana Island and The Mount. Kiteboarding, paddleboarding, Tauranga Astronomical Society Observatory, children's play area. Limited free overnight parking for self contained campervans.
Bush walk and waterfall, just 15 minutes from Tauranga (off Welcome Bay Rd). The Kaiate Stream drops over bluffs in a series of waterfalls that plummet into clear pools. Moss and fern-fringed cliffs. A beautiful location to enjoy.
190 hectare parkland, exotic trees, waterfalls, walkways, cafe, kayaking, placid lake, equestrian area, camping, school camps, glow worms, bush walks. A photographer's paradise. McClaren Falls is in the Kaimai Ranges, just 15 minutes from Tauranga.
Moturiki Island | Leisure Island is a popular visitor attraction just off Mount Maunganui’s Main Beach. It's connected to the beach and you can simply walk across and enjoy the views, the crashing waves and watch the surfers just off the island.
45 minute hill climb through pine forest, native bush and farmland to reach the summit (224 metres) with panoramic coastal views, including The Mount (Mt Maunganui), Tauranga, Te Puke and towards Whakatane. At the summit is a former Maori pa site which, with terracing still visible, fires the imagination.
"The Mount" is New Zealand's most popular walk. It's estimated a million people walk up or around the mountain each year. On any given day you will encounter thousands of walkers, runners, parents with pushchairs, old, young - all simply enjoying this beautiful coastal walk / climb.
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