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New Zealand - West Coast
Punakaiki Pancake Rocks
Punakaiki is the town centre for the Paparoa National Park - 30,000 ha of varied landscape from classic West Coast native rainforest and mountain tops, to the expansive rugged coastal beaches. The short track from the road leads through native ferns, pongas, and nikau palms to the pancake rocks. This is where rain and sea water have widened the joints in a well-bedded limestone that dips gently seaward into many deep narrow channels. The remnants survive as narrow ridges and pillars in which the....
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New Zealand - West Coast
The Heaphy Track
The Heaphy Track is best known for its beauty and diversity. For 77 kilometresit crosses a range of landscapes in the Kahurangi National Park, from thejunction of the Brown and Aorere Rivers, over expansive tussock downs to thelush forests and roaring sea of the West Coast.The track usually takes 5 days. It is classified as a walking track, being wellformed and suitable for most people. All rivers and major streams are bridged.The Heaphy Track is one of New Zealand's "Great Walks".
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New Zealand - West Coast
Cray Pot, Jacksons Bay
Jacksons Bay is a very small bay at the end of the road in glorious South Westland. You should spend at least a day here discovering the many walks and nature delights. A must is stopping at the 'Cray Pot' for your evening meal and order the 'Fisherman's Basket', white fish and shellfish - enjoyed even more with the setting sun and the glow of the snow-capped mountains turning pink.
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New Zealand - West Coast
Slab Creek
There are many campgrounds owned by the Department of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that offer a 'back to nature' style of camping. This site offers: Drinking Water, Toilets, Barbecue, Picnic Table, Rubbish Collection
New Zealand - West Coast
Otto/MacDonalds
There are many campgrounds owned by the Department of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that offer a 'back to nature' style of camping. This site offers: Toilets, Barbecue, Picnic Table, Rubbish Collection, Drinking water from stream
New Zealand - West Coast
Marble Hill
There are many campgrounds owned by the Department of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that offer a 'back to nature' style of camping. This site offers: Drinking Water, Toilets, Barbecue, Picnic Table, Rubbish Collection
New Zealand - West Coast
Lyell
There are many campgrounds owned by the Department of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that offer a 'back to nature' style of camping. This site offers: Drinking Water, Toilets, Barbecue, Picnic Table
New Zealand - West Coast
Lake Paringa
There are many campgrounds owned by the Department of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that offer a 'back to nature' style of camping. This site offers: Drinking Water, Toilets, Barbecue, Picnic Table, Rubbish Collection
New Zealand - West Coast
Lake Mahinapua
There are many campgrounds owned by the Department of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that offer a 'back to nature' style of camping. This site offers: Drinking Water, Toilets, Barbecue, Picnic Table, Rubbish Collection
New Zealand - West Coast
Kohaihai
There are many campgrounds owned by the Department of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that offer a 'back to nature' style of camping. This site offers: Drinking Water, Toilets, Picnic Table, Rubbish Collection
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