Taranaki NZ Useful Information
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Taranaki - Like No Otherhttp://www.taranakinz.org/
This is a region with a blend of natural beauty, attractions and activities and is becoming more well-known with an increasing number of visitors. It is described as 'real new Zealand' and presents a holiday destination with something for everyone.
Stratford District Councilhttp://www.stratford.govt.nz/
On this website you will find information on the Council and the services it provides to the community. You will also find our latest Annual Plan, with the opportunity to provide feedback. Public notices and employment opportunities are included.
Welcome to Egmont National Park (33,534 hectares). Here the volcano Taranaki (or Mt Egmont as it is also known) rules supreme - standing tall above the surrounding landscape. Beside it are two volcanoes of an earlier era: Kaitake and Pouakai. In good weather it is a challenging climb for the fit and well prepared.
Percy Thompson Art Galleryhttp://www.percythomsongallery.org.nz/
The Percy Thomson Gallery is Stratford's public art gallery and was opened in June 2002. The gallery contains both exhibition areas and work areas for use by local artists and community art groups.
Cycle Tours Taranakihttp://www.cycle-taranaki.co.nz/taranaki.htm
We are a family business with a love of cycling and travelling. We settled in Taranaki in 1999 – a good place to bring up our kids. Anny is a physiotherapist from Switzerland and I am from Scotland and have been involved in a variety of different businesses and projects, from retailing to tourism to mussel-farming to marketing seafood, building our house/s and raising our children.
Dam Dropping is a form of river surfing, more commonly know as river sledging, we here at Kaitiaki Adventures offer you an experience of a lifetime, through some of New Zealands most picturesque river scenery, down the Waingongoro River, under the shadow of Mount Taranaki in New Plymouth.
Garden's of Taranakihttp://www.gardenstaranaki.co.nz/
Eight Gardens of National & Regional Significance - These gardens have been recognized as among New Zealand's leading gardens by the New Zealand Garden's Trust (NZGT) - the Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture's official garden quality assessment body.
Adventures in Taranakihttp://www.toa.co.nz/adventures.htm