We visited here on a rainy day so that interfered with the views from the cliffs, but we enjoyed the treaty house and the marae. The grounds and the walk to the treaty house are beautiful with lots of large fern trees and the walkway is raised above the forest floor. The displays in the treaty house were very informative and there was a nice garden out back. The only drawback was the cost of entry - $25 for non-New Zealanders. Free if you are a New Zealand citizen.
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