Wharekauhau Country Estate

Address: Western Lake Road, Palliser Bay, RD3 Featherston, Featherston, Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Western Lake Road, Palliser Bay, RD3 Featherston, Featherston, is near Lake Wairarapa.
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      Windy Wellington - just like we'd been promised

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 28, 2014

      9 photos

      ... translates as Our Place). We paid for a midday guided tour, which turned out that we were the only ones being guided, so there was no cramped looking over someone else's shoulder straining to hear the guide above some can't-keep-still child's noise. Speaking of kids, the boys handled the tour very well, although their running along at one point brought a warning from our guide as they nearly bumped into an old lady.


      Chasing Vines

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Jun 29, 2014

      14 photos

      ... decided it would be worth stopping for a while to see what came up, so we settled in and had a look around. Hastings isn't a hugely impressive town, although the fountain in the town square that has a railway line going straight through the middle is kinda cool. We also had a chance to get back to Te Mata Peak and go for a trail run: really great area, beautiful paths, and loads of fun. Very much worth it! We also had a few days ...

      Wellies to Welly

      A travel blog entry by fuzzyfruit on Apr 23, 2014

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      GR: After the day of walking yesterday, I was surprisingly unstiff the next morning when we left National Park en route to Wellington. The morning view of the mountains we had walked across was stunning as we packed up the bus. There was a lot of driving again today to get to the capital city but Chris had a couple of treats for us on the way...

      Ohakune is a small town in the shadows of Mount Ruapehu, which is famous in the winter for the best skiing ...

      Kia Ora Wellington, I'm back.....

      A travel blog entry by davenjules on Mar 20, 2014

      24 photos

      ... see it all. We sat down at 'Slice of Heaven' cafe for a coffee and then went back out on to the waterfront to wait for mum & aunty.

      Jules & I have a DVD from Billy Connolly and his tour of NZ and he highlighted some of the things we looked at on the waterfront including poems or book extracts placed in different spots around the place. Was brilliant.

      Aunty Marg & my mum picked us up and we went for lunch at a noodle ...

      The start of 2014

      A travel blog entry by varekai on Mar 17, 2014


      ... I organised. This year it was held at Government House on February 22ns. It was a lot of work and organisation as this year we had to include security in our planning.

      Normally we hold it in a park somewhere, so a lot of things were different like ordering portaloos and rubbish bins, no tents allowed on the North Lawn. I must admit my body was exhausted afterwards but everyone said it had been a marvellous day and the venue was amazing. ...