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Parks & nature in Rangitikei River

Park
“A range of walks available from short loop track to full day there and back. The iconic Manawatu Gorge is now closed to traffic so this is a way to get a look at it. Also get up close to the wind farm.”
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Café
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“Food is delightful and pretty healthy. Makes sure you walk through the gardens. You will find fairies, dwarves and goblins. ”
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Park
“Popular park 12 minutes drive towards Ashhurst, featuring campsites, playground, picnic area with BBQ and open green space for sports. Take some of the numerous short bush walks and have a swim in the river. Views of the wind farm”
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Premise
“This is our favourite park. It rivals public botanical gardens, even though it is privately owned.”
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Park
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Park
“The park also hosts many equestrian events and rural shows during the year plus the Field Days ”
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Park
“Because it is a lovely large garden where you can stroll around freely and have a picnic enjoying the peace and quiet or go into their cafe for some good soul food!”
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Scenic Viewpoint
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Playground
“Massive open reserve with multiple sports fields, freedom camping spots, BMX tracks, and a access to the Oroua River for walking along or swimming in during warmer months.”
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Park
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Park
“Large sports field with a walking track around the perimeter. There is also access to an outdoor (and free) body weight gym and exercise area.”
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