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First to see the sun each day the region is rugged, packed with history and very different. You’ll love the East Cape with its big, empty beaches, rolling surf and spectacular countryside. As you visit some of the small rural towns you will feel the years rolling back.
Don’t miss Tologa Bay with its long wharf and the drama of nearby Cook’s Cove, or the incredible vista from Cook’s Plaza above the city of Gisborne.
This is one of the wine regions of New Zealand too, renowned for its fine Chardonnays.
Other Rural East Cape
The 46 kilometre Lake Waikaremoana Track is located in the Te Urewera National Park. It is a three to four day tramping track of moderate difficulty.
The majority of the track follows the lakeshore and is a moderately easy walk. Magnificent forested scenery and plenty of opportunity for swimming and fishing are features of the walk.
Note: Check the DoC website for more detail. Detail contained on TrueNZ Guides website for this walking track is only meant as a summary.
Phone: (06) 837 3900
Address: State Highway 38, Aniwaniwa.
Are you looking for Eastland accommodation?
Check out the Eastland accommodation page of the New Zealand B&B guide, which includes bed and breakfast’s, farmstays, homestays, vineyard stays and self-catering accommodation. Or perhaps you would prefer luxury accommodation in eastland?