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I stayed here for 1 night as part of the Gadventures tour of the North Island. It's situated on the Whanganui river and is well off the beaten track! You are surrounded by the rainforest which is absolutely stunning!
The accommodation was good, toilet and...More
This amazing place was well out of our comfort zone, 35k down a track into one of the finest conservation areas in New Zealand. Centred on an unpretentious shack/office/cafe, this unassuming place is a real hidden gem. They are doing fantastic work in rejuvenating the...More
Great rooms. Pretty spacious.
The facilities were really nice, could've been more space for cooking in the kitchen.
The farm is absolutely beautiful and the walk to be waterfall is recommended, nice even on a rainy day.
I stayed at the Blue Duck Station for 2 nights and it was amazing. It is literally in the middle of nowhere but is so beautiful. The staff were all friendly & helpful and the food was delicious.
We stayed in Whio Lodge in a...More
The accommodation looked awesome. We called in for lunch after taking my 85 year old father to look at property where he grew up. Toasted sandwich which when turned up was bagel. Coffee filter good. Run by backpackers so service next to nothing. More interested...More
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USD 125 - USD 252 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi I'm coming down the week of the 18th May to 21 May. A was wondering if I could bring my own horse for the horse trekking? He is my stock horse from gisborne so is very sure footed. Id love to go trekking while the boys go goat shooting. Thank Lydia 😀
13 May 2016|
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