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Upper Hutt City : parcs et nature

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants en matière de sites naturels

Parc
“The park has several signposted tracks. Take the coastal route where you can admire Kapiti Island, or one of the inland routes through farmland, past the Model Aeroplane club rooms, and over the tram tracks. QE2 park is accessible from several points in Raumati South, McKays Crossing and Paekakariki.”
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Zoo
“I wouldn't call it a zoo, more like an open farm. Most 4 legged animals are fenced but it's a great place for kids, old and young. Its a drive into a land with no reception but they have wifi at the cafe. Free parking.”
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Parc
“Huge trees, peaceful, also where Lord of the rings Elves village Rivendell was filmed. ”
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Parc
“Lord of the Rings film location, playground and access to the Hutt River trail - great for a leisurely bike ride!”
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Trail
“Downhill mountainbike tracks, separate walking tracks through a working farm and original native forest. Great place to take a picnic. ”
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Parc
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Parc
“Upper Hutt is known for its park and Maidstone has a great mix of recreation grounds, play area, skate-park and bush tracks.”
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Parc
“Trentham Memorial Park is a large park and a major sport and recreation ground in Trentham, a suburb of Upper Hutt, in the Wellington region of New Zealand. The park was purchased by the Upper Hutt Council from the Barton family in the 1950s as Upper Hutt's Second World War memorial and covers an area of 48 hectares”
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Nature Preserve
“If you're a fan of Lord of the Rings, this is where you'll find Rivendale, but also beautiful walks and hikes and a great swim spot in the river”
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Parc
“"Efil Doog" was the life's work of Shirley and Ernest , who designed both their home and their garden over 11 acres of the Akatarawa Valley about one hour north of Wellington. Over the past 36 years they have hand-planted more than 2,000 rhododendrons, along with countless camellias, azaleas and other flowering plants and trees. They have transplanted numerous stands of flowers, nurtured a pine tree forest, built little bridges over streams on the property -- and collected scores of outdoor sculptures and figurines that enhance (and sometimes frighten) the viewer.”
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Parc
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Parc
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Parc
“2 walking trails - 40 mins or 2 hours......leads on to other tracks and if you were keen to keep going I would highly recommend the Tawhai track at the top of the road. ”
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