Tussock Grove Boutique Hotel

3 Karo Street, Ohakune, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3 Karo Street, Ohakune.
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    Travel Blogs from Ohakune

    Windy Night

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Aug 22, 2014

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... an Indication that they think the Winds will ease off..... of course nobody from the Officials wants to make any promises or predictions...... At NZ$ 99 lift Tickets are pretty Pricey and if only 2 out of 9 Lift are open it is just not worth it, the Good Skiing is on the West Side but for that Area they need to have the West Ridge Chair open. Waited to almost noon hoping they would open more Lifts today which some People indicated it would happen in the afternoon....It was ...

    Ohh ohh Ohakune

    A travel blog entry by cyberjai on Jun 14, 2014

    9 photos

    ... failed. Finally she provided a suite rooms instead of backpackers but the happiness did not remain for long. Boss came over and charged us extra for using the suite.

    It was very quite place with less number of restaurants and bars. we had our dinner in a lavish restaurant and customized our food for our veggie lovers. Moreover we taught tamil to a guy to say "get out" to suresh.
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    South, to Ohakune

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk132 on May 19, 2014

    3 photos

    ... cardboard packaging were bent or damaged and therefore would probably not be bought. We're literally throwing away food just because the packaging isn't perfect, whilst so many people around the world starve. It's crazy.

    So we were pretty happy with what we were seeing, and weren't really concentrating on the not-being-seen factor. Suddenly a guy backs out of the loading bay in a forklift and me and Tanner duck and cover. After a few moments it was clear he ...

    Well off the beaten track

    A travel blog entry by fuzzyfruit on Apr 21, 2014

    17 photos

    ... not go for it.

    *WARNING IF YOU ARE SQUEEMISH, MAYBE BEST NOT TO READ! SKIP DOWN A BIT*

    I was off hunting. There are many 'pests' which roam around New Zealand, possum, rabbits, stouts, deer and goats. They were introduced by Europeans in the 19th century for various reasons, food being the primary. This however became a problem very quickly as New Zealand has no natural predators. Nothing to hunt down and control the population of these ...

    Day 56 - Whakapapa, chairlifts and walking(!?)

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 12, 2014

    7 photos

    ... 7 km in the van through lava/rubble fields to the bottom of the chairlift which took us up to the highest cafe in NZ, 2020m, for coffee and cake (great way to start a walk) then the couple of hour walk up to the ridgeway. I say "walk" but it seemed like a scramble/climb at times heading for the next wooden stick which marked the way in the distance because the path was indistinct. Beautiful blue sky but getting colder as we climbed. At the top (2300m) we got chatting to a ...