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#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Whakatane
It’s wonderful for walking on, boogie boarding, birdwatching, photography, surfing, sunbathing, swimming, fishing and snorkeling!
Beautiful landscape and fish and chips on the beach is superb!! Best in summer however a walk along the beach in the winter does freshen you up!
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Whakatane
Easy scenic stroll ,cycle,run along the river to the heads.The CBD and info centre is along the walk.Board walk to estuary and spot the bird life.Check out the mussel trawlers dropping off the daily catch.Search f...
We cycled along here on our last morning, the entire path is approx 5km long and is easy riding and walking, you pass the miniature railway, the gardens and the Japanese garden which is interesting, there is also...
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Otarawairere Bay

Ohope 1.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Ohope
The track meanders around coastal cliffs with stunning views of Ohope Beach & through lovely native bush, offering shade on sunny days.
This walk to Otarawaiere is through native bush with stunning views of Ohope Beach, white Island and the ocean.
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Whakatane
The hot pools are set in native bush surrounds and are a great way to relax after travelling and sightseeing.
Family friendly camping ground great facilities swimming pool is lovely and the natural spas are a must do
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Whakatane
Lots of driftwood, little ponds, steep dunes and different birds, a wonderland for a dog.
We own our own Holiday Park and were impressed by the information provided :) Thanks for having us :)
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Whakatane
The trip back over to Whakatane in the inland route is still very scenic, but the scenery is all native bush and forest.
Varied terrains, beautiful views and forest walks.