Ototoka Beach


   

Address: Ototoka Beach Rd, Maxwell

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  • About 22 km northwest of Wanganui. An iron sand beach next to high west coast cliffs - ideal for fossil collectors. This beach has an area for Naturists.


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Ototoka Beach


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    About 22 km northwest of Wanganui. An iron sand beach next to high west coast cliffs - ideal for fossil collectors. This beach has an area for Naturists.


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Lake Wiritoa


   

Address: 316 Kaitoke Road, Kaitoke, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Lake Wiritoa is a popular recreation area for activities such as water skiing, fishing, swimming and sailing. Home of the Wanganui Water Ski Club. Walk through the gate from the carpark and you will find a great hidden-away picnic area with BBQ facilities and great swimming areas for the kids!


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Lake Wiritoa


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    Lake Wiritoa is a popular recreation area for activities such as water skiing, fishing, swimming and sailing. Home of the Wanganui Water Ski Club. Walk through the gate from the carpark and you will find a great hidden-away picnic area with BBQ facilities and great swimming areas for the kids!


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Bason Botanic Gardens


   

Address: 552 Rapanui Road, Westmere, New Zealand

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  • It should be a botanic garden focussing on collection, conservation and preservation of rare plants while providing a peaceful and beautiful place for people to enjoy and relax' – Stanley Bason's dream.

    A botanic and architectural gem in a rural setting
    Something of interest every month of the year.
    Experience the dream!

    Recognised by the NZ Gardens Trust as a 'Garden of Significance', the Bason Botanic Gardens is set in 25 hectares of landscaped countryside and includes one of the most extensive public garden orchid collections in NZ and unique conservatory architecture. 

    The Gardens are situated on the Central West coast of New Zealand just northwest of Wanganui, a provincial city rich in heritage and alive with the arts. This region has many gardens and reserves well worth a visit.


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Bason Botanic Gardens


Address: 552 Rapanui Road, Westmere, Wanganui

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    It should be a botanic garden focussing on collection, conservation and preservation of rare plants while providing a peaceful and beautiful place for people to enjoy and relax' – Stanley Bason's dream.

    A botanic and architectural gem in a rural setting
    Something of interest every month of the year.
    Experience the dream!

    Recognised by the NZ Gardens Trust as a 'Garden of Significance', the Bason Botanic Gardens is set in 25 hectares of landscaped countryside and includes one of the most extensive public garden orchid collections in NZ and unique conservatory architecture. 

    The Gardens are situated on the Central West coast of New Zealand just northwest of Wanganui, a provincial city rich in heritage and alive with the arts. This region has many gardens and reserves well worth a visit.


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Aramoana Lookout


   

Address: 281 Whanganui River Road, Parikino, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Aramoana lookout (Pathway to the Sea) on the Whanganui River Road gives great views of the lower Whanganui River Valley and Mt Ruapehu.


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Aramoana Lookout


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    Aramoana lookout (Pathway to the Sea) on the Whanganui River Road gives great views of the lower Whanganui River Valley and Mt Ruapehu.


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Lazertag Experience


Phone: 06 3581088    

Address: 30 Bennett Street, Palmerston North

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  • Lazertag is the fast-paced action game of the future ! 

    Fun for a family day out or assemble your mates and enjoy full on sci-fi action.

    Play a real-life video game of Lazertag
    Lazertag arena and phasers are designed for faster and more intense game play.

    Two teams battle it out in the Lazertag Arena with a variety of simulated weapons and special abilities to decide who are the champs.


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Lazertag Experience

Phone: 06 3581088

Address: 30 Bennett Street, Palmerston North

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Click here to visit our website!

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  • Description

    Lazertag is the fast-paced action game of the future ! 

    Fun for a family day out or assemble your mates and enjoy full on sci-fi action.

    Play a real-life video game of Lazertag
    Lazertag arena and phasers are designed for faster and more intense game play.

    Two teams battle it out in the Lazertag Arena with a variety of simulated weapons and special abilities to decide who are the champs.


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Kai Iwi (Mowhanau) Beach


   

Address: Moana Parade, Kai Iwi, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Kai Iwi (Mowhanau) Beach is located 19 kilometres northwest of Wanganui and is one of our most popular beaches.  This black iron sand beach is perfect for swimming, and the freshwater streams are great to paddle and wade through. There is also a large kids playground with plenty of activities, including a fantastic flying fox that traverses a stream! Public facilities available are picnic areas, toilets, and changing rooms. On a good summers day you may find the snack truck down by the picnic area and for the explorers there is a sunken fort, climbing rocks and hidden waterfalls further along the beach. A great place to spend the day.

    From Wanganui, head up St Johns Hill and follow Great North Road until you reach Rapanui Road on your left. Follow Rapanui Road for a while until you see Mowhanau Drive and the Welcome signs to the left.


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  • Description

    Kai Iwi (Mowhanau) Beach is located 19 kilometres northwest of Wanganui and is one of our most popular beaches.  This black iron sand beach is perfect for swimming, and the freshwater streams are great to paddle and wade through. There is also a large kids playground with plenty of activities, including a fantastic flying fox that traverses a stream! Public facilities available are picnic areas, toilets, and changing rooms. On a good summers day you may find the snack truck down by the picnic area and for the explorers there is a sunken fort, climbing rocks and hidden waterfalls further along the beach. A great place to spend the day.

    From Wanganui, head up St Johns Hill and follow Great North Road until you reach Rapanui Road on your left. Follow Rapanui Road for a while until you see Mowhanau Drive and the Welcome signs to the left.


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