Pūkorokoro-Miranda Shorebird Centre Guided Tours
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3w ago
The Pūkorokoro-Miranda Shorebird Centre is an information and education centre on the shores of the Tīkapa Moana / Firth of Thames. In December 2023 they designed a Guided Tour of the Reserve.  ..read more
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Rail Trail Tales With Pedlars Motel Paeroa
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3w ago
We asked them to tell us more about the business, why they love what they do, and their tips on making the most of your stay in Paeroa ..read more
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Spotlight On Paeroa
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3w ago
Paeroa (from a Maori word meaning “long ridge”) has a population of approx. 6,114. Established in the 1870s, the town was originally a thriving port servicing a thriving gold mining community. Paeroa is conveniently within an hour and a half’s drive of three of New Zealand’s largest cities; Hamilton, Auckland and Tauranga. Located centrally on the Hauraki Rail Trail, you’ll find bike hire, shuttle services, great accommodation and eateries all on the doorstep ..read more
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Winter Loving For Your Bike
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1M ago
As the memories of a long, hot Summer fade, it’s time to prepare for the cold of Winter looming on the horizon.  Winter cycling can cause extra wear to your bike.  We’ve put together a few simple checks to keep your bike in tip top condition ..read more
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Spotlight On…Te Aroha
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4M ago
Whether it's short walks, mineral spas, or mouth watering food to keep you going, Te Aroha offers plenty of opportunities to hop off the bike and make the most of your ride.  With this in mind, we've put together a spotlight on the township, which includes places of interest and great spots to fill up hungry tummies.  ..read more
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Rail Trail Tales With Biking Hiking Shuttles
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4M ago
Biking Hiking Shuttles is a family owned and operated business run by Sue and Pete Middleton. The duo are based approximately 7 kms south of the town of Te Aroha, close to the Hauraki Rail Trail and within easy access to the Kaimai hiking trails. We caught a shuttle with Sue and Pete to hear more about their passion, and to hear how this creative team can enhance your experience of the Trail and the surrounding countryside ..read more
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Wildlife & Nature Along The Hauraki Rail Trail
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5M ago
offers visitors a memorable journey across 197km of track comprising of 5 distinctive and manageable sections.  The diverse trails are Grade 1 Easiest and offer rides for all abilities, interests and itineraries.  If you’re hungry for adventure, and want to experience the wild and natural essence of the region, we’ve got you covered ..read more
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Rail Trail Tales With Outdoor Kid
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7M ago
Outdoorsy mum, Ceana Priest, is on a mission to get kids to ditch devices and head outdoors this summer. The former conservation ranger spent the past four years exploring the Waikato, Bay of Plenty, and Central Plateau regions with her seven-year-old son and has written a guidebook combining all three areas. We asked Ceana to share her experience of the Hauraki Rail Trail with us, and also to pass on a few tips when adventuring with kids ..read more
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Our Favourite Things To See & Do In Thames
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7M ago
A historical town situated 1.5 hours' drive from Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga, Thames is located between the Firth of Thames and the majestic Coromandel Ranges. Thames is full of character and comes with plenty of dining and accommodation options making it an ideal base from which to explore. We’ve put together our list of favourite Things To See & Do In Thames. Enjoy one, or all, and share a few photos and stories with us on the Hauraki Rail Trail Facebook Page ..read more
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Rail Trail Tales With The Lady Bowen
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8M ago
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