Gisborne is the first city in the world to greet the sun each morning, and it has a reputation for..Waikaremoana (Urewera National Park) Info
Located within the boundaries of Te Urewera National Park, Waikaremoana is a name that encompasses..Opotiki Information
Reflecting the area’s importance for Maori, the main street of Opotiki is decorated with the..Te Urewera National Park Information
Remote, rugged and immense, Te Urewera National Park is the largest forested wilderness in the..Tolaga Bay Wharf Information
It takes half an hour to walk to the end of New Zealand's longest wharf. At 660 metres in length..Mount Hikurangi Information
The highest peak in the rugged Raukumara Range, and the highest non-volcanic mountain in the North..Ruatoria Information
Steeped in Maori tradition, Ruatoria is an interesting stop for visitors to Eastland. The town is..Captain Cook's Landing Site and Young..
Located on Kaiti Beach Road in Gisborne, the Cook Landing Site National Historic Reserve marks the..Tikitiki Information
Saint Mary's Church in Tikitiki is one of the finest Maori churches in New Zealand. It was built in..Waioeka Gorge Scenic Reserve Information
Situated on State Highway 2 south of Opotiki, Waioeka Gorge Scenic Reserve is a 1800 hectare area..Whinray Reserve Information
On the road between Gisborne and Opotiki, turn off at Matawai to find the Whinray Scenic Reserve..See all locations in Eastland
Te Araroa township sits at the edge of beautiful Kawakawa Bay. A gnarled pohutukawa tree, reputed to be the oldest and largest of its kind in New Zealand, stands in the school grounds. Te Araroa is the birthplace of Sir Apirana Ngata, who made it his life’s goal to uplift the Maori race spiritually, culturally and economically. From Te Araroa you can drive to the East Cape lighthouse and climb the steps to a fantastic view of Eastland’s coast. A bush walk around Haupara Point leads to excellent rock fishing. Pig and deer hunting, fishing trips and Maori history tours can be arranged in the town. The hotel has a restaurant.
Functional facts: Approx. population 600, visitor centre, basic shops and services.
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