Central Park Motor Inn

Cnr Maata & Hakiaha St, Taumarunui, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Maata & Hakiaha St, Taumarunui, is near Wairakei Geothermal Power Station, Vorovoro, Lau Group, and Namenalala.
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Travel Blogs from Taumarunui

Well off the beaten track

A travel blog entry by fuzzyfruit on Apr 21, 2014

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... such the population boomed out of control. This population then eats it's way through an ecosystem which cannot grow fast enough to sustain it all these animals.

I was met by Dan, he drove up on a quad and looked very at home out here. After a quick run through of the rifle and a practice shot we were off to track down some Goat. We sped back down the track and I was passed on to (another) Dan. Dan 1 had to go a give a novice kayaker the realities of ...

Tongariro alpine crossing

A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3 on Mar 09, 2014

24 photos

... s chains attached to rocks to help you. You get to a flat part of the climb and take a break. The views of mount doom are spectacular, the views if the areas are incredible. We aren't at the stop though, that climb isn't the extra part. It's the normal climb. One long straight line of the most difficult part of the climb. Drained we find a flat part, out if breath and exhausted I ask where the summit is, "over there were here". We're at 1886m and it has taken the exact time ...

Pureora->Huahungaroa->Taumarunui

A travel blog entry by neil.scannell on Feb 26, 2014

41 photos

... roads to a drop off point about 8 km from our camping destination. The back roads wound all through his farm. Ed owns and operates the largest farm in King Country with 11,000 sheep and 11,000 cattle. Super nice guy, a true native of the land. Kyle and I walked a few km on Highway 30 before walking a few more km on gravel road to our campsite at the trailhead leading into the Pureora Forest. Tomorrow we hike about 15 km to the summit of Pureora which tops out at 1,165 meters ...

North Island Part 2

A travel blog entry by roblund3 on Feb 24, 2014

31 photos

... crew members seemed to find communication a foreign concept. Nonetheless, the setting for the festival was spectacular as we enjoyed the views across the bay and the glorious weather. Some of the acts were good, others can only be described as unique; the psychedelic zebras very much having to be seen to be believed - Mick was so amazed at what he was seeing he actually recorded part of it so we have proof should anyone wish to see for themselves. ...

"The sound of Te Awamutu had a truly sacred ring"

A travel blog entry by twoinatent on Feb 01, 2014

110 photos

... Phillip Schofield at The Expedition Centre, with intentions of having breakfast before our shuttle bus arrived. Unfortunately time ran out and we were on the crowded Turangi Alpine Shuttle transporting us to Mangatepopo car park to start the twenty kilometre walk across the Tongario Alpine Crossing. It would prove to be one of the most amazing and satisfying days of our road trip (and a real challenge too!)

As we were setting off we started to worry less that ...