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TAUPO

Nature's Ultimate Playground

GOLF COURSES

With the serenity of Lake Taupo and the immensity of the surrounding mountains, New Zealand's volcanic heartland is truly captivating and home to two of New Zealand’s most deftly designed golf courses, Wairakei and Kinloch.

CUISINE

Several local Great Lake Taupo restaurants have won the prestigious “Beef and Lamb Cuisine Award” and if you want to try something a little out of the ordinary, look out for a fare of wild food dishes.

ACTIVITIES

With plenty of award-winning attractions, activities and breathtaking natural landscape, there is never short of things to do in the Great Lake Taupo region.

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NORTH ISLAND TRAIL
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The North Island offers some of the very best golfing regions in New Zealand.



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Ultimate New Zealand Experience
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Nature's Ultimate Playground

​Flanked by stunning mountain ranges, national parks, native forests and home to the largest fresh water lake in Australasia, it’s no wonder the Great Lake Taupo region is often referred to as ‘Nature’s Ultimate Playground’.

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About TAUPO

Taupō is located at the outlet of Lake Taupō, New Zealand's largest lake, in the northeast part of the lake where it exits to the Waikato River. The river flows over the spectacular Huka Falls, a short distance north of the town. Taupō is a centre of volcanic and geothermal activity and hot springs suitable for bathing are located at several places in the vicinity. 

Huka Falls is the most visited and photographed natural attraction in New Zealand.
Lake Taupo is the largest freshwater lake in Australasia and is roughly the size of Singapore. The lake is the crater of one of the largest volcanic eruptions of the last 5000 years. How deep is Lake Taupo? A staggering 159 meters.

Population

32,418 people

Region

Waikato, North Island

Terrain

Central Plateau

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