Harihari Nature and Eco Tourism
In 1931 Hari Hari on the West Coast became the landing site of the first solo Trans-Tasman flight. Australian Guy Menzies set off without the knowledge of his parents from Sydney in a biplane and they only found out when they received the message that Guy had survived the crash landing in the La Fontaine swamp on the West Coast of New Zealand. Be sure to view the replica biplane situated on the main road.
Set in a spectacular landscape of indigenous forest stretching from the Southern Alps to the Tasman Sea. Spacious guest suites and stylish shared lounges look out to sea; luxurious appointments include fine linens and deep baths designed for stargazing. Delicious continental and cooked breakfasts are included and dinners available on request. Paramata Lodge also offers guided wilderness tours and activities.
Mobile-friendly - Visit NZ's only White Heron (Kotuku) nesting colony. This beautiful bird breeds in a secret location in one of the most romantic places—in the Waitangiroto nature reserve —part of Te Wāhipounamu World Heritage area. Seeing these splendid birds is a rare sight and visiting their breeding ground, a truly unique experience. Learn about this rare bird and its nesting habits.
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