Mangaweka is a small historic town resting on the banks of the Rangitikei River, in the Manawatu region. Mangaweka is a popular tourist destination, offering river rafting, kayaking, fishing, walking and historic attractions such as a DC-3 aircraft. more
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Mobile-friendly - We offer you options to explore the spectacular Rangitikei River, much of which is inaccessible other than by raft or kayak. Most of our trips are ideally suited toward families and those looking for mild adventure that will place them in a unique wilderness setting.
Previously the Pahiatua Hospital, this icon of a bygone error has been tastefully renovated to create a comfortable and versatile facility. Our speciality is large groups of up to 66 people. We can create packages for conferences, sports-teams or school-groups, equestrian events, training camps, business, social, political, craft/hobby groups or just family get togethers, to suit your needs.
Three levels of farmstay accommodation: The Retreat, Villa, and Homestead. Set in the hills of Rangitikei, offering accommodation for up to 22 people with French and German speaking hosts. Area famous for trout fishing, rafting and beautiful gardens. Guided trout fishing a speciality.
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Mangaweka Fakes & Forgeries 2019
Calling all Artists! From beginners to accomplished! Celebrating 12 years of fun, audacity and creativity Mangaweka Fakes & Forgeries Art Competition and Exhibition this coming on 30th November 2019! It is time once ...
Where: Mangaweka Gallery, Mangaweka, Rangitikei
Address: 6360 State Highway One, Mangaweka, Rangitikei
From: 10:00am on Saturday 30th November 2019
To: 5:00pm on Sunday 9th February 2020