Taupo is a large urban area in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand. The town is also the seat of the Taupo District Council. ...more on Wikipedia about "Taupo"
Taupo Airport ( IATA: TUO, ICAO: NZAP) is a small airport 8km to the south of Taupo township on the eastern shores of Lake Taupo, New Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Taupo Airport"
Te Heuheu can refer to any of a number of people from the Te Heuheu family which has been the cheiftain family of the Maori Ngati Tuwharetoa iwi (tribe) for approximately 200 years. The name is also used for several landmarks in he central North Island of New Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Te Heuheu (disambiguation)"
TE HEU HEU TUKINO IV (Horonuku or Pataatai) (1821-1888) was an influential Maori chief in the Central North Island of New Zealand during the 1860's and '70's. ...more on Wikipedia about "Te Heuheu Tukino IV"
Te Kuiti is a small town in the south of the Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand. It lies at the junction of State Highways 3 and 30, 70 km south of the city of Hamilton. It can also be visited by train via the North Island Main Trunk Railway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Te Kuiti"
Te Urewera, often known as The Ureweras is an area of the central North Island of New Zealand. Located in rough, sparsely populated hill country to the northeast of Lake Taupo, it is the spiritual home of the Tuhoe, one of the most independent-minded and prominent Maori iwi. ...more on Wikipedia about "Te Urewera"
is the oldest National Park in New Zealand. It is located in the central North Island of New Zealand. It has been acknowledged by UNESCO as one of the 24 mixed cultural and natural World Heritage Sites. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tongariro National Park"
Tukino is a skifield on the eastern side of Mount Ruapehu in the North Island of New Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tukino"
Turangi is a town on the North Island Volcanic Plateau of New Zealand at the southwest corner of Lake Taupo. It is well known for its trout fishing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Turangi"
Turoa is the skifield on the south side of Mount Ruapehu, the highest mountain in the North Island of New Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Turoa"
The Waikato River is the longest river in New Zealand. Located in the northwestern North Island, it runs for 425 kilometres from the eastern slopes of Mount Ruapehu, joining the Tongariro River system and emptying into Lake Taupo, New Zealand's largest lake. It drains Taupo at the lake's northeastern edge, creates the Huka Falls, then flows northwest, forming the Waikato Plains. Finally, it empties into the Tasman Sea south of Auckland at Port Waikato. The river gives its name to the Waikato region which surrounds the Waikato Plains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Waikato River"
Waiouru is a small town in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand. It is located on the North Island Volcanic Plateau at a height of 815 metres above sea level, 25 kilometres to the southeast of Mount Ruapehu. ...more on Wikipedia about "Waiouru"
Wairakei is just a few miles south of Taupo, in the central North Island of New Zealand, on the Waikato River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wairakei"
Whakamaru was set up as accommodation for the Whakamaru Hydro Power Station. As well as being a significant contributor of electricity, the Whakamaru complex is the main switching station for the upper Waikato hydro power stations and manages the transmission system for Auckland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Whakamaru" www.shortopedia.com, just the best.
The Whakapapa River in New Zealand trickles off the Whakapapa skifield of Mount Ruapehu, down the western slopes of the mountain through Owhango before finally merging with the Whanganui River just east of Kakahi at . ...more on Wikipedia about "Whakapapa River"
Whakapapa on the northern side of Mount Ruapehu in New Zealand's Tongariro National Park is one of the mountain's two commercial skifields. The season is generally from July to October, but depends on snow and weather conditions. It is accessible by car and chairlifts, with beginners to advanced skiing slopes. Limited accommodation and refreshments are available at Top O'the Bruce, at the entry to Whakapapa, as well as elsewhere on the mountain. Alpine huts are also provided for trampers and climbers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Whakapapa skifield"
The Whangaehu River is a large river of the central North Island of New Zealand. Its headwaters are the crater lake of Mount Ruapehu on the central plateau, and its outflow is into the Tasman Sea eight kilometres southeast of Wanganui. ...more on Wikipedia about "Whangaehu River"
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