Known as the "Kiwifruit Capital of the World", Te Puke is a small town located southeast of Tauranga, a short drive inland from the coast in the Bay of Plenty region. Along with kiwifruit, the local area farms avocado orchards, feijoas and citrus fruits. Things to do in Te Puke include scenic flights, walking along the Te Puke Heritage Walkway, and climbing nearby Mount Otanewainuku. Young children are filled with wonderment at the enchanting Looking Glass Garden, and the huge kiwifruit at Kiwi360 provides great photo opportunities.
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Mobile-friendly - The Tauranga, Rotorua and Coromandel regions offer some of New Zealand's most spectacular scenery. Deep blue lakes surrounded by volcanic and geothermal backdrops to long sandy beaches. Walk in the crater of White Island, New Zealand's most active volcano, or land on a secluded beach. Range of scenic flights and experiences allowing you to discover the region from above.
Creating innovative and imaginative self-drive itineraries tailored to your own requirements. If you have a desire to indulge your senses with spectacular food and gold medal wines during your visit, then this is the itinerary for you - a self-drive tour of New Zealand created specially for lovers of great food and fine wine.
Pukehina Beach is located approximately 25km east of Te Puke, the kiwi fruit capital of New Zealand. Come and discover our unique beach township where you will be captured by its raw beauty and unspoilt beaches. Truly a destination described as "Paradise" and one of The Bay of Plenty's best kept secrets! Long term rentals & holiday accommodation.
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.
Mobile-friendly - Rafting in Rotorua with a difference. Amazing scenery; history; culture and adventure. Raft grade three to five rivers, including the world's highest commercially rafted waterfall. Also try our sledging river-run on the Kaituna River. Three hours from Auckland and Waitomo. One hour from Tauranga and Taupo. Visit our website for pictures, information, maps, or to make bookings.
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Te Puke Community Market
We return for our new season of Te Puke Community Market, every 3rd Saturday until April. Where you can find everything from soap to buckets, seedlings to palm trees and lots in-between. Great coffee, different food, ...
Where: Jubilee Park, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty
Address: Commerce Lane, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty
From: 9:00am on Saturday 16th November 2019
To: 1:00pm on Saturday 18th April 2020
Te Puke District Worm Composting Workshop
For Western Bay Residents Only. A home worm composting farm is a great way for you to deal with most of your kitchen food scraps and create rich compost for your garden. Come along to this hands-on, two-hour ...
Where: Te Puke Memorial Hall, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty
Address: 130 Jellicoe St, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty
From: 1:00pm on Saturday 8th February 2020
To: 3:00pm on Saturday 8th February 2020
Te Puke A&P Lifestyle Show
Te Puke A&P 114th Lifestyle Show to include: - New Fun Dog Ring - New Strongman & Strongwoman Competition - Lawn Mower Racing, Stupid Robot Fighting - Truck & Tractor Pulling Competition - Sheep Racing, Digger ...
Where: Te Puke Showgrounds, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty
Address: Showgrounds Rd, Paengaroa, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty
From: 7:00am on Saturday 8th February 2020
To: 4:00pm on Saturday 8th February 2020