Stratford, New Zealand

Travel Blogs from Stratford

Stratford Travel Blogs (82)
Forgotten World Hwy 43, Stratford, New Zealand travel blog

Forgotten World Hwy 43

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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... Forgotten World Highway 43 , you better get Petrol at the last station in Taumarunui because after that there is nothing until Stratford 150 km to the southwest. the Highway brings you true Valleys mostly Farmland in the North some nice Lavender Farm in ...

What a great decision, Stratford, New Zealand travel blog

What a great decision

A travel blog entry by woggley

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... Mighty Fours, two equally odd entities.  Obviously this counts as another country if you are sponsoring me. I carried on down to Stratford, needed a pic of the fire stations there and at Hawera, and then went to the Tawhiti museum.  I had tried ...

Koeretur til Taramaki, Stratford, New Zealand travel blog

Koeretur til Taramaki

A travel blog entry by clausendk

Bodils beretning:   Denne dag skulle vi kore helt til Stratford i naerheden af New Plymouth; det tog ca 13 timer. Jeg fik min debut i venstrekorsel, da jeg regnede med at det var en nem vej det forste stykke. Det viste sig at vaere snoet bjergvej! ...

Sun at last!, Stratford, New Zealand travel blog

Sun at last!

A travel blog entry by barryandemma


Just when we thought that the sun had deserted us the weather has picked up again.  Stratford is on the edge of Mount Taranaki (which looks a bit like Mount Fuji) National Park.  Went walking around the mountain today (the top is covered in ...

Attractions in Stratford

Stratford Attractions (1)
Te Popo Gardens

Te Popo Gardens


636 Stanley Road, R D 24 Stratford, North Island, New Zealand

A Garden of National Significance, this large country garden of trees, seasonal colour and diversity in landscaping, features a fine collection of exotic deciduous broadleaf and coniferous trees. The woodland gardens, shrub & perennial borders merge into the old growth forest hugging the 15-metre deep ravines enfolding the garden. The visitor experience includes fern gullies, waterfalls, ponds, suspension bridge, forest trails, native birds, and carpets of bluebells. Qualmark 4-star hosted accommodation enhances this special place.