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Útsýnisstaður
“There are great walks here , good shoes, take a drink bottle and swimming gear, you may wish to take a dip in the river. The Rail Tunnel Loop: A 1.5-hour loop walk takes you through the kilometre-long rail tunnel (lighting is provided, but a torch is recommended), along the gorgeous river’s edge and through the remains of 19th century mine buildings. ”
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Natural Feature
“easy walking trail by the river, picnic spots. beautiful scenery need a torch to walk through the old railway tunnel”
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Veitingahús
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“The falls cafe is the most amazing place for its setting and food, that you just keep wanting to go back time after time. Its that "natural experience. The veggie garden setting under the trees, the fresh seasonal food you get served from it. its a get away from the hustle and bustle kind of place where you just linger and relax. The dining is informal, the kind that is served clean fresh and on a rustic board. Brad King is the award winning chef. I love his gourmet wood fired pizzas. The bistro is a little cottage setting under the trees with a gorgeous open kitchen so you can actually watch the chefs at work. The wood fired oven sits in the centre of the kitchen and really is the heart of the business . What Dewi and I did and recommend is to book a lunch or afternoon tea at the falls cafe, to return to after you have taken the "windows walk" in the Karangahake gorge. We ordered a sharing platter. Imagine sitting down under the trees , the breeze in your face, the kids playing found about, and sharing the chefs seasonal taster- house cured and smoked Kahawai with a smoked fish and fraiche rillet and pickled artichoke. We took a vegetarian friend and they had the light main of butternut and goats cheese stuffed portobella mushrooms served with lentils and a dhal curried pumpkin salad, pickled red onions port currants and seasonal root veg. Nice!!!! Dessert was their "zesty" pie, local lime tart with vanilla bean french cream!!!whooh yummy, mulled with poached tamarillos and ginger icecream!!!!! awesome flavours”
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Transportation
“There is also a train ride from Waihi too Waikino. The Station is in Station Road. There is a cafe at Waikino or you can take a walk from there too an old mine and museum.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Great supermarket to stock up on your Beach Hive groceries for the week. About 20 - 25 mins drive from the Waihi beach hive ”
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Route
“Cycle Trail for fabulous day out with history, beautiful scenery, cafe, bike hire, and swimming in the river in summer”
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Point of Interest
“A great place to visit. There is a big truck and a digger for the kids to look at and a neat historic pump house. You can walk around the mine on the loop track which is around 4km .”
  • 5 íbúar mæla með
Nature
“A unique and interesting working farm. Explore beautiful farmland, set in a secluded, bush-clad valley. Get up close to a huge variety of unusual rarebreed farm animals - all are friendly and can be hand-fed! Several picnic areas, refreshments, toys and gifts.”
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Listagallerí
“Im always telling people about this wonderful eatery I happened to find and fall in love with, then took our daughter and grand daughter too, and just keep recommending it to anyone who will listen. Why? the food is amazing. Fresh trendy wholesome. But its the setting. its kind of a 50's inspired boutique place. Its absolute history, once the National bank Gold refinery in 1914. so massive solid concrete walls, after yourve seen the moss vovered cute entrance off Willoughbu street, nos 5. thats what gets your attention first!!! go in the door, and the double height stud blows you away. The huge timber beams and Rimu roof structure certainly fits the grandeur of its original purpose.. Its a huge light filled space, and you immediately feel relaxed - lots of armchairs magazines things to look at, a roaring fire right now because its winter. In the summertime we sat out under the apple tree- it was such a quaint feeling being in the back yard. . Its like you are encouraged to read a book whilst you have your coffee. linger!!!. Ther eis even a collection of old vinyl to put on. Everything you eat looks and tastes hand made- free range eegs and bacon, local stuff, organic milk in the coffeees. No rubbish. The day i went i had a famous Beef Potato onion and cheddar pastry with a homemade beetroot chutney with a seasonal salad- absolutely tummy. And then!!! I had to have their Banana and salted caramel cake with my flat white coffee. A wonderful experience. The big news is they are NZ cafe of the years finalist!!! lets hope they bring the cup home. Now I tell all my guests to stop in at The Refinery in Paeroa on route up the Coromandel!!!! and when entering the karangahake Gorge to do the "windows Walk". A fabulous day out!!!”
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Place to eat
“Bike ride along the old rail trail, go through tunnel and restaurant in a historic building, very quaint and historic”
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Entertainment
“Enjoy the Interesting Wahi Gold Discovery Centre and walk the Waihi Goldmine.”
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Establishment
“Very quaint and historical place and they have lovely food. Can take the short train ride into Waihi from here”
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Veitingahús
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“Amazing food from a award winning chef set in a idyllic tree filled venue, worth the drive!”
  • 5 íbúar mæla með
Point of Interest
“Great walks in the Karangahake gorge, including the old mining sites, the windows walk and the walks along the stunning riverside.”
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Route
“Wentworth Falls Walk is a scenic bushwalk to a waterfall. It is an easy grade 3km each way track, or experienced trampers can continue on. Head through Whangamata on Port Road, continue towards Waihi, turn right onto Wentworth Valley Road after the golf course (about 8 mins from the bach). Continue to the end of the road and start your walk from the campground. www.doc.govt.nz ”
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Route
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Vinsælir veitingastaðir

Veitingahús
“Amazing food from a award winning chef set in a idyllic tree filled venue, worth the drive!”
  • 5 íbúar mæla með
Veitingahús
“Lovely place for lunch or dinner with a glass of wine, also tasy dessert options - or just stop in for their homemade icecream”
  • 2 íbúar mæla með
Kaffihús
“Lovely natural space out the back, plenty of healthy and robust lunch choices including vegetarian options”
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Veitingahús
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Veitingahús
“Authentic style Indian food and a broad menu including vegetarian meals. Interesting open space indoor venue, set in Waihi's previous council chamber building.”
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Japanskur veitingastaður
“Eddie and Esther serve the freshest and best sushi in the world, hands down!”
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