This is a stunning park. Loads of walks, amazing beaches (but beware they can be dangerous) and beautiful bird song.
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Amazing little spot for surfing, swimming, relaxing on the beach or playing on the grass park area. The water and waves are for beginners to the more experienced with sand not rock ocean floor and no dangerous swell or rips.
Awesome waves for surf or buggy boarding, long nice beach, walks and tracks for everyone. There is also a camp site as one day is never enough in this awesome place.
I have spent the day at Tawharanui during Matariki festival this year. The Sunrise and teh view to the islands was spectacular. Anchor bay reminds me of Coromandel.
Outstandign regional park which has been set up to protect the native birds. Beautiful beaches and coastal views too.
The day I spent at Tahwaranui Regional Park with my photography club was wonderful. The walks we took produced some brilliant vistas, some marvellous images of the wild birds and the walks were invigorating. Not too strenuous, which suited this body of 70 years old....More
Tawharanui is a predator free environment, a short walk along the fishermans track meanders through native bush where endangered birds can be seen and heard, such a joy!
We camped in the DOC park there in a freedom camping rated motorhome--felt like parking in a farmer's field with dunes on our doorstep and glorious sandy beaches and rock formations just beyond. With the "pest fence" the bird life was remarkable. We brought mountain...More
One of our favourite places and regularly visited both for a day at the beach and for walks. The drive out to it along Takatu Road includes great views. Stop at the lagoon car park and do the Maori Bay walk (which includes a range...More