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Tawharanui Regional Park, Warkworth
Categories: State Parks, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Find yourself on a remote peninsula, packed with activities and native forest at Tawharanui Regional Park. The park's four white sandy beaches and extensive campgrounds offer opportunities for retreat and relaxation, while vast areas for sports and games keep visitors active throughout their stay. Protected and pest-free, the park provides sanctuary to many endangered species. Informative interpretative panels help you enjoy the bird and plant life of this important conservation project, jutting out into the Hauraki Gulf. To visit Tawharanui Regional Park and get the most from your holiday in Warkworth, create itinerary details personal to you using our Warkworth travel itinerary maker.
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A wonderful place for a spring visit. Great walks, birdlife and beaches. Will visit again to complete more walks. Stayed at the Council all modes camp. Very basic camp with toilets and drinking water.... read more »
This regional park is one of my favourite places. A dreadful road to get to it but the road is currently being upgraded. You can swim at beautiful beaches, walk many tracks for spectacular views, list... read more »
If you are into birds, and being by the sea - either or both are available here. A very well maintained and completely naturally gorgeous spot.
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