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She proclaimed " Ka Whakatane au I amu" which means "to act like a man so the city was named after her heroic acts.
The city was modeled after Edinburgh in Scotland, even sharing the names of Edinburghs streets.
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The road skirts Lake Rotoma, Lake Rotoehu, Lake Rotoiti and Lake Rotorua which are all flooded volcanic craters.4x4 Lord of the Rings tour.I had trouble dragging myself away from the captivating stories about each hero that accompanies each display.I recommend a visit to the Ancient Kauri Kingdom.Return to Kaitaia and continue south.Day 7 Omapere - Waimauku 235kms Continue powerball unclaimed prizes south on SH12.More info on Marlborough Wines.
The Giant Jersey has, you guessed it, the largest jersey in the world, plus lots of woolly stuff on sale.
160kms Watch for the parking for Matai Falls, where there is a lovely 10 minute walk through bird infested forest to the waterfall.
Mount Eden to point out the city's many geographical features and attractions.
Keep following the road right up to the top.
68kms - The Top of the Hill Cafe at the summit is a must before you make your way down to the harbour, if only to stop and look at the view.
Day 28 Doubtful Sound Today there is a day trip planned to the stunningly beautiful (and far less touristy) Doubtful Sound.Queens Park in the middle of town also has wonderful views, plus Whanganui s major cultural buildings.Alternatively, check out the working model at the Taumarunui tourist office.It has an English colonial feel to the city with school children in formal blazers and straw hats, with fine architecture and heritage sites evident everywhere.31kms Turn left onto Tukituki Road.T-tree housing services trust, trustees IN THE.The track is uneven at times so you need walking shoes.The best way to sample is accompanied with a great meal at a table under the vines!Zealandia Wildlife Sanctuary is located just 2 kilometres from Downtown Wellington take the road up past the Parliament Building to Karori and after the tunnel turn left onto Waiapu Road.

You are not allowed to even touch the water at the spring, however swimming can be enjoyed on the southern side of the bridge back on the main road.
There is a lovely bush walk to the base of the falls.
Enjoy lunch at Murdoch James Estate, open 12 - 3pm (turn right 7 kilometres on the return trip back to Martinborough ).