Monday, March 11, 2013

Tararua Forest Park, Wellington region

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Tararua Forest Park, Wellington region

User reviewed online profile of Tararua Forest Park: Wellington region, New Zealand. Plan your adventure holiday to Tararua Forest Park armed with information and reviews provided by experts and by users. Find out about when to go, how to get there, what to do, best season to visit, its wildlife, 

What to do in Tararua Forest Park:
Wild Life:Paradise Shelduck, Pipit, Spur-winged Plover, Welcome Swallow, Rifleman, Whitehead, Tomtit, Grey Warbler, Fantail, Tui, Bellbird, Kereru, North Island Kaka, Yellow-crowned Parakeet, Morepork, Skylark, Karearea, Long-tailed Bat, Short-tailed Bat, Snail, Giant Kokopu, Short-jaw Kokopu, Brown Mudfish, Torrent Fish, Koaro, Red Deer, Goat and PossumAdventure:Tramping, Hunting, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Camping, Picnicking, Walking, Rafting, Kayaking and Swimming
Where is Tararua Forest Park:
Region:The Park extends from the Rimutaka Saddle in the south to Manawatu Gorge in the north.Location:Carterton and Kapiti Coast districts, Wellington region, New Zealand
When & how to get to Tararua Forest Park:
Best Time to Visit:toGetting There:Getting there via Holdsworth: Turn off State Highway 2 on to Norfolk Road, 2 km south of Masterton. This leads to Mount Holdsworth Road. Holdsworth is 15 km from State Highway 2. There is a daily rail connection and regular bus service between Wellington and Masterton (17 km from Holdsworth). Taxis or, for large parties, pre-booked buses, can be hired for travel between Masterton and Holdsworth. Getting there via Otaki Forks: Otaki Forks is the main western entrance to the Tararua Forest Park. Otaki Forks is 19 km inland from Otaki township – approx. 1½ hour drive from Wellington or Palmerston North. The easiest turn-off from State Highway 1 is at Otaki Gorge Road, just south of the State Highway 1 bridge over the Otaki River. The last 5 km of the Otaki Gorge Road is unsealed, narrow and windy – please drive carefully. There are daily bus and rail connections to Otaki township. A taxi service is available in Otaki. Getting there via Waiohine Gorge: Turn off State Highway 2 just south of Carterton into Dalefield Road. Follow the road signs indicating Tararua Forest Park. The road-end car park is approximately 15km from State Highway 2.Nearest Town:CartertonNearest Airport:WellingtonNearest Railway Station:Cartertonsource:

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