War Memorial Tower


   

Address: Durie Hill Memorial Tower‎ Tower Crescent, Durie Hill, Wanganui 4500

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  • The War Memorial Tower was built in 1925 from fossilized shell rock and is 33.5 metres tall. It has 176 spiral steps which lead you up to the viewing platform at the top from which you can an experience an amazing 360 degree panoramic view of Wanganui. From here you can see as far as Mount Tarankai, Ruapehu and the Tasman Sea.

    Opening hours: Daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm


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    The War Memorial Tower was built in 1925 from fossilized shell rock and is 33.5 metres tall. It has 176 spiral steps which lead you up to the viewing platform at the top from which you can an experience an amazing 360 degree panoramic view of Wanganui. From here you can see as far as Mount Tarankai, Ruapehu and the Tasman Sea.

    Opening hours: Daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm


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North Mole


   

Address: Morgan Street, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • A great fishing spot at the mouth of the Whanganui River just down from popular Castlecliff Beach!


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North Mole


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    A great fishing spot at the mouth of the Whanganui River just down from popular Castlecliff Beach!


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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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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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    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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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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Kowhai Park


   

Address: Kowhai Park, Wanganui East, Wanganui 4500

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  • Fun and exciting activities that your children will enjoy.

    Kowhai Park is the most unique children's park in New Zealand and is located on the banks of the Anzac Parade, Whanganui River.

    Kowhai Park has some of the most imaginative playground equipment. 
    There are several slides, but none of them are conventional, turtles to sit on, toadstool picnic tables, Humpty Dumpty’s wall to fall off, rocket ships, mountains,  Miss Muffet and a greebly looking spider, complete with swings for toddlers hanging from its legs, a skating rink, waterplay fountains for hot days, the large pumpkin with 2 BBQ's inside, the fort with flying fox, the mini-train rides, castle, antarctic playground and the massive skate/bike park. 


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Kowhai Park


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    Fun and exciting activities that your children will enjoy.

    Kowhai Park is the most unique children's park in New Zealand and is located on the banks of the Anzac Parade, Whanganui River.

    Kowhai Park has some of the most imaginative playground equipment. 
    There are several slides, but none of them are conventional, turtles to sit on, toadstool picnic tables, Humpty Dumpty’s wall to fall off, rocket ships, mountains,  Miss Muffet and a greebly looking spider, complete with swings for toddlers hanging from its legs, a skating rink, waterplay fountains for hot days, the large pumpkin with 2 BBQ's inside, the fort with flying fox, the mini-train rides, castle, antarctic playground and the massive skate/bike park. 


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Westmere Lake Reserve


   

Address: 77 Rapanui Road, Westmere, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Located on Rapanui Road on the way towards Bason Botanic Gardens, this designated wildlife refuge provides a rare opportunity to see native birds in their natural environment along a variety of walking tracks.

    There is an approximately half an hour easy to medium walk around the lake. Car parking available.


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    Located on Rapanui Road on the way towards Bason Botanic Gardens, this designated wildlife refuge provides a rare opportunity to see native birds in their natural environment along a variety of walking tracks.

    There is an approximately half an hour easy to medium walk around the lake. Car parking available.


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South Mole


   

Address: Airport Road, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • A good surfcasting fishing spot and secret spot to explore up along South Beach!


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South Mole


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    A good surfcasting fishing spot and secret spot to explore up along South Beach!


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