Taranaki Free Visitor Attractions
Come and discover the overwhelming natural beauty of Taranaki including its dramatic and over-shadowing Mt Taranaki – one of New Zealand’s most iconic volcanic landmarks. Taranaki Free Visitor Attractions allow you to stretch your budget further and enjoy some fantastic local attractions completely free of charge. Taranaki free visitor attractions may include museums, coastal promenades, hiking trails, parks, nature reserves and more. more
Come and enjoy Taranaki’s free visitor attractions and free things to do without having to open your wallet. Discover the many natural and scenic wonders of Taranaki from its imposing Mt Taranaki to its native mountainous forests to its city-based attractions and things to do with Taranaki’s free visitor attractions.
The award-winning Coastal Walkway is a 12.7km path that forms an expansive sea-edge promenade stretching from Pioneer Park at Port Taranaki all the way to the eastern side of Bell Block Beach with numerous pedestrian access points dotted along the way. Ideal for walking, running, cycling or skating, or simply enjoying the view of the dramatic west coast.
Puke Ariki sets out to inspire creativity by creating stunning exhibitions that highlight Taranaki's past, present and future. A combined museum, library and information centre.
Often described as the jewel in New Plymouth's crown, Pukekura Park covers 52ha (128 acres) right in the heart of the city and is one of New Zealand's premier botanical gardens. The park has an international Green Flag award and is a Garden of National Significance.
This walkway uses the Kapuni to Auckland gas pipeline route for 14km from Pukearuhe to Tongaporutu and offers stunning views of the North Taranaki coastline and the Parininihi Marine Reserve. The walkway travels partly over private land and is closed to access from 1 July to 30 September.
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