Te Araroa Holiday Park

Address: S Hwy 35, Gisborne, North Island, New Zealand | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on S Hwy 35, Gisborne, is near Longbush Wines and Montana Wines.
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      Travel Blogs from Gisborne

      Raglan, Mourea, Rotorua

      A travel blog entry by domikik on Feb 28, 2015

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      Mat deem Stray Bus ze fueren huet schon Firdeeler. Een Nodeel ass, dass een net vill Zäit fennt fir mäin Blog up to date ze haalen :) well een emmer erem Saachen ze maachen huet. Deen eichten Stop no Auckland war Raglan. Den Hostel an deem mir geschloof hun, war schon aussergeweinlech. Ronderem war lauter Besch mat villen Insekten, an vun …

      The Captain's Story!!

      A travel blog entry by partickhill on Dec 15, 2014

      16 photos

      ... to as NZ Christmas trees were beautiful around Gisborne. The Meeting House (Marae) is one of the largest and like a lot of Maraes you have to make a formal appointment to view so I did not get inside. I drove over to Hastings, which is the centre of the wine region in Hawkes Bay.Maori carvings in the town park and a great Santa sleigh across a shop roof.
      I drove up to Tolaga Bay about 47kms north of Gisborne to view the wharf which is 660metres long, which is no longer in ...

      Home of the kiwi

      A travel blog entry by thandi.meets on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... visit Rotorua for a few days. A very smelly (although, less smelly than I anticipated) town next to Lake Rotorua and the site of the devastating volcano of 1886.

      A well known nickname for Rotorua is Sulphur City, because of the hydrogen sulphide emissions, which gives Rotorua a “rotten eggs” smell.
      But nonetheless, the hot springs and boiling mud pools were fascinating to watch.
      The living ...

      The First Sunrise on Earth

      A travel blog entry by smythadventures on Apr 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... to Rotorua, continued to follow us. When we arrived at the campgrounds, the host literally told us we couldn't stay there. And once he said it, it made sense...the ground was saturated, like 3 inches of mud and the wind was WHIPPING. So we left, and lucky for us, we were able to find a hotel room for the night. Turns out that in NZ, Easter weekend is much like Labor Day weekend in the States...a ...

      Day 59 - Napier to Gisborne (136 miles)

      A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... We made a brief stop to look at Te Reinga falls. We arrived at the site around 3 pm and were advised we had been allocated one of the best sites on the park overlooking the sea but with the impending storm we were told to feel free to move at any time, that coupled with the tsunami risk area signs didn't give us a warm feeling! However, being true Brits, we put on the waterproofs and set off along the coast path into town. We saw 'Nick's Statue', he was the cabin boy ...

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