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Kaimai Mamaku Forest Park has a number of historic mining and kauri logging sites within its boundaries. The park also features several popular tramping tracks.
Located offshore north of Tauranga, Tuhua (Mayor Island) Marine Reserve covers about three square nautical miles and five kilometres of coastline from Tumutu Point east to Turanganui Point.
Geysers, hot springs, mud pools, fumaroles, silica terraces and flats are some of the 1200 geothermal features that make up Rotorua's geothermal field.
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