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Zoo Exhibit
“Lovely nature preserve where you can feed some of the resident creatures or go on a night-time kiwi watching experience. ”
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“Department of Conservation have tours to Kapiti Island. It is worth a trip if you have a day to spare. The Waikanae library has excellent information”
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“Queen Elizabeth Park has something for everyone; stop in at our award winning arrival centre, Ramaroa for information on what’s on offer. We have picnics, sand dunes and wetlands, bird watching, walking, cycling, horse riding trails, a pony club and a historic tram to take you to the beach where you can swim and fish. The tram operates 11:00 am - 4.30pm Saturday, Sunday and Public holidays (except Christmas Day).”
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“44 Margaret St, Shannon Open Saturday & Sundays (check their web site for more info)”
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“Huge trees, peaceful, also where Lord of the rings Elves village Rivendell was filmed. ”
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“A ride on the historic miniature train at Queen Elizabeth Park in Masterton is loved by both kids and adults and a must-do when your in Masterton. The miniature train is open between 11am and 4pm on weekends, public holidays and every day in the school holidays (weather and volunteers permitting). All tickets are $1. While your at Queen Elizabeth Park you can also ride on a pedal boat, play a round of mini golf, feed the ducks, walk over the swing bridge to visit the deer and take a walk around Queen Elizabeth Park's beautiful trees. It's the perfect place to bring kids with a huge playground, flying fox, and BMX and skate park. ”
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“93 Oxford Street, Levin Set in amongst trees in the middle of Levin is a family park great place for family fun”
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“For serious trampers/hikers, Otaki forks is the gateway to the Tararua Ranges where tracks and trails traverse the hills north and south. Always take emergency supplies, and check the weather before setting off.”
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“It's under cover, native birds and bush, climb to a fabulous view. Only 10 mins drive.”
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“Marine Gardens is a destination playground on the Kāpiti Coast! This beachfront playground in Raumati Beach is home to beautiful trees and flower beds, and a wide range of play equipment including a flying fox! The Marine Gardens splash pad is fun for all ages and a great way to enjoy the sunshine and the water. There are a number of play areas and picnic tables in the sunshine and the shade.There are swings for all ages, a sandpit with a digger and a tunnel slide down a hill. The miniature train on the bank above the playground features two tunnels and is a double-loop track just under 1km long. The train runs between 1pm–4pm on Sundays and is $1.50 a trip. There are toilets on the Matatua Road side of the park or you can follow the path around to the beach side and you'll find toilets next to the entrance of the old Raumati Pool. Parking is along Garden Road, the beach-side car park or in the Raumati Beach shopping village.”
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Lake
“Henley Lake is at the centre of a network of flat tracks winding through 43 hectares of wetlands and native plantings in Masterton, popular with walkers, cyclists, runners and families. The Waipoua River and Ruamahanga River flow along two sides of the reserve with excellent picnic spots along the banks. There’s heaps of birdlife at Henley Lake too - someone recorded over 72 different species of birds. The Henley Lake and Wetlands Trail, as part of Masterton's Recreational Trails is 3.6km. Entry to this trail is from Colombo Road or Te Ore Ore Road. Download a map of the Recreational Trails here, or take a look at the interconnecting Landsdowne Recreational Trail. Henley Lake is also the site of the ‘splash and dash’ event as part of the Wairarapa Balloon Festival. Balloonists test their skills with a flight over the lake dipping their basket into the water before taking off again.”
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“An easy flat trail perfect for walking or cycling, from the end of Cotter Street in Greytown to Woodside train station, passing through rural countryside. Hire bikes are available from Challenge Service Station at the south end of Greytown.”
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“This is the place to go for walks in some of the areas local bush. Birds, great views you can take a picnic and walk around one of the areas historic battle sites.”
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“The boardwalk snakes through the Waikanae River Estuary which is home to many birds. It is a pleasant, flat walk accessible from several streets at the north end of Paraparaumu Beach. ”
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