Eastland Nature and Eco Tourism
Eastland enjoys a great selection of nature attractions and eco tourism sites. Experience breathtaking scenery, see amazing natural wildlife and explore the pristine beauty of our clean green country.
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Mobile-friendly - Eastwoodhill Arboretum, the National Arboretum of NZ, encompasses 131 hectares of exotic and native trees, shrubs and climber plantings. Visitor services include a natural adventure playground, walking trails for all levels of fitness, the nationally significant Homestead Garden, accommodation, guided tours, function venue and catering services. Eastwoodhill Arboretum is a top visitor destination in Gisborne attracting over 8,000 visitors annually.
Mobile-friendly - Choose from hundreds of tracks and trails across New Zealand to walk, cycle, horse ride or more! Maps, photos, descriptions and all the information you need to find your next adventure, wherever you are. The NZ Walking Access Commission is the government’s expert agency on public access to the outdoors.
Mobile-friendly - The Haurata experience is perfect for family holidays, walking groups or adventurous travellers. Two accommodation types available: The luxurious Farm House and the Backpacker Cottage. Both provide everything you'll need. Enjoy some of the best views of Gisborne and its hinterland on our Haurata Walks. There are short walks and long walks available. Experience the best of New Zealand.
Mobile-friendly - The scenic quality of the Motu River has been described as "unsurpassed". The river travels through the last significant area of untracked native bush in the North Island. Experience 1 to 1.5 hour's of awesome jet boating on the Motu River and view the majestic scenery from the base of the River up into the remote mountains.
The only accommodation on the shores of Lake Waikaremoana, Te Urewera with amazing views of the lake and native bush. Te Urewera is ancient and alive with history, the scenery abundant with adventure and mystery. Base yourself here to explore Te Urewera and the Great walk or soak up the serene surroundings.
Mobile-friendly - Wairata is a vast remote mountainous wilderness within easy reach of Rotorua. Few places can match the unique natural setting, the 5,000-acre farm is adjacent to the Urewera National Park, one of the largest untouched stretches of native forest left in the North Island of our beautiful country New Zealand.
Mobile-friendly - Tongariro Crossing, Coromandel and Lake Waikaremoana Great Walks. 1 - 4 day guided walks and hiking tours with small backpacks and expert guides. Experience the North Island's best walks with a small, fun group. Everything provided, including transport from Rotorua, Matamata, Taupo, National Park or Whakapapa Village.
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