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Travelling up the west coast recently pulled in to see this legend of the forest. As North land is in the middle of a 'kauri die back' problem it is possible that one day we may not be able to see any of the giant...More
Fulfilled a long time dream to visit this amazing giant of the forest. It surpassed expectations but what made it an absolutely amazing experience was the young Maori woman 'ambassador' who standing on the board walk in very cold weather answered all our questions and...More
well worth the visit because of the kauri dieback disease i wanted to cross this one off my bucket list just in case this magnificent tree dies too.tane is awesome specimen of how kauri would have been before they were all cut down,such a shame...More
This was one of the must-dos of our short trip to Northland. There are guided tours which I am sure are great, but at present it is still free (as long as you do the foot-washing at the beginning).
Due to recent publicity regarding Kauri...More
There are stories in Maori mythology about Tane Mahuta and it is said that the tree might be about 2000 years old and it is truly a big tree.
It is about 10km north of the Waipoua forest visitor centre and about 1km north of...More