User reviewed online profile of Te Urewera National Park: East Coast (Gisborne) region, New Zealand. Plan your adventure holiday to Te Urewera National 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, habitat and much more...
Wild Life:Tui, Bellbird, Morepork, North Island Kokako, Blue Duck, North Island Fernbird, Yellow-crowned Parakeet, New Zealand Scaup, North Island Brown Kiwi, New Zealand Falcon, North Island Robin, North Island Kaka, North Island Rifleman, Long-tailed Bat, Short-tailed Bat, Gecko, Skink, Koaro, Short-jawed Kokopu, Banded Kokopu, Blue-gilled Bully, Red-finned Bully, Long-finned Eel, Short-finned Eel, Common Bully, Common Smelt, Cran’s Bully, Torrentfish and Dwarf Galaxia
Region:The Park straddles the Huiau and Ikawhenua Ranges, in the east of the North Island between Bay of Plenty and Hawke's Bay.
Best Time to Visit:01-Nov to 31-Mar
Accommodation:A variety of DOC (Department of Conservation) accommodation is available within the park including campsites, backcountry and great walk huts. On the Waikaremoana lake shore there is a fully serviced DOC motorcamp with motels, cabins, tent-sites, petrol and a store.
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