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Taranaki & Wanganui Region

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发表于 2014-2-25 13:57:16 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
[size=1em]Aside from the patchwork quilt of the farmed lowlands, there are still many thousands of square kilometres of virgin rainforest that resound with little more than native birdsong in the Taranaki and Wanganui regions. The Whanganui River still rolls like thunder over massive river stones in its perpetual cascade to the sea. And the rugged, craggy coastline still teems with sea life in abundance.
[size=1em]So here, then, must surely be the best of both worlds: on the one hand you have all the riches of nature; and on the other you have the economic riches of agriculture, of industry, and of government.

Egmont National Park
[size=1em]Egmont National Park encircles the slopes of Mt Egmont/Taranaki, as well as the smaller volcanic mountains of Pouakai and the Kaitake Ranges. Like the volcanoes of Tongariro National Park, Mt Egmont is made of andesitic lava. It last erupted in 1755.

Whanganui National Park
[size=1em]Whanganui National Park is lush with dense river valley systems, steep slopes and razor-sharp ridges. It is almost completely covered with native lowland forest. In earlier times, the Whanganui River was an important transportation route. The river is navigable for over 170 kilometres.


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