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I just love taking oversea's visitors to Tawharanui. On a sunny day it must surely be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The road is long and can be hair raising but the effort is worth it. Take care on the bends...More
A wonderful experience, the bird sanctuary contains many native bird species from the rare brown duck to flocks of Pukeko's.
A wonderful place to escape - we are so lucky it has not become an Omaha. Pre Broadlands redevelopment of the dunes, the masssive coastal...More
Beautiful white sand beach & heaps of wildlife to see if you're into snorkelling. Can be heavily populated by stingrays at times though... so careful where you step!
Often has waves (occasionally surf-able), so kids would likely need supervision.
Access is via a somewhat treacherous...More
This park is truly spectacular, the most stunning beaches and if you are in to basic camping you cannot beat a weekend staying here in summer. It has great surf, white long sandy beaches and beautiful walks through farmland and bush. A very special place.
It is a brilliant regional park, free (costs nothing to visit) and pest free (with the pest proof fence).
it's about 588 hectares in size with many tracks and walks to choose from. These lead to beautiful coastline, beaches, mature bush, wetlands and regenerating (newly...More
The beach is ideal for surfing or when no surf for snorkelling to see the 2 metre wide sting rays - they can be lethal! Other fish abound. The peninsular has excellent walks with many species of birds. Good for a sunny day.
I run a local Bed and Breakfast and I always recommend to my guests that they spend sometime at Tawharanui.
They always come back and say it is the most beautiful place on earth. If you love swimming, snorkeling or surfing and white sandy beaches...More