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Best things to do in Victoria Forest Park

Café
“Breakfast to late afternoon tea. On-site bakery, so try their fresh bread, gourmet pies and sweet treats. Their shortbread is an indulgence you won't want to miss.”
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Tienda
“New owners have created a great little store with fresh fish deliveries and produce. Wine and beer also sold here.”
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Point of Interest
“Bookings highly recommended as this is a very popular bar/restaurant. New Chef 2016 creates regular new menus.”
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Lodging
“While opening days/hours are a little hit and miss; when it's open it's definately worth trying for lunch or a snack.”
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Fire Station
“4th Ausust 1888. The first power station to supply power and lighting in the southern hemisphere . Parts of the original structure still remain that are accessible via a walking track. 34 kms away”
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Resort
“Immerse yourself in the ultimate outdoor experience at Maruia Hot Springs. Connect with nature as you sauna and bathe in mineral hot springs and take in the views of the river and surrounding mountains. Stay and indulge in the middle of this picturesque national reserve and explore the area on a number of hiking trails around the property.”
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Museum
“ The museum is situated about 2km from Reefton in the heart of Blacks Point. The museum building is a piece of history in its own right and is one of many in the Reefton area to be lovingly maintained since pioneering times. The building, constructed of pit-sawn timber, was formerly the old Wesleyan Methodist Church and dates back to 1876. ”
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Sublocality Level 1
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Lake
“It is a nice walk available to all fitness levels, beautiful view of river and NZ Beech Forest ”
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Natural Feature
“TROUT FISHING IN 12 NEARBY RIVERS! Fish the Maruia and surrounding rivers There are 12 rivers and a lake to choose from with the Waitahu and Larry’s Creek being very popular. The Inangahua River flowing through Reefton is the easiest to access with a good population of trout. You could even go on a hiking mission to Lake Daniels, which is an easy three hour (one way) hike with a DOC hut at the end for overnight stays. Hire fishing gear from the Reefton Sports Centre. There are also a couple of guides in Reefton Info from i-site”
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Point of Interest
“You can't miss the miners hut on the main street. The visit is free but donations are accepted. The men who tell you about the history of the area are volunteers and very knowledgeable about the early mining days in Reefton. The recreated hut holds old tools and housewares. I grew up on the West Coast and I learned a lot. Reefton is a cool little town with interesting history. Worth a stop.”
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Campground
“Fossick for gold without a permit. Hand held tools are permitted, pick,shovel, pan, and riffle box. 26 kms away”
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Travel Agency
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Lodging
“Open for breakfasts, lunch and dinner, this is a great spot for an afternoon or evening drink and meal either at the bar or in their restaurant. Their diverse evening menu includes salads, curries, steaks, the classic roast and a kids menu.”
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Route
“MOUNTAIN BIKE THE LOOKOUT AND ZIGZAG TRACK (2H30MINS LOOP) Of course, going to a lookout is nothing new in New Zealand, but when there’s the option to ride down a mountain bike track then that makes it all the better! The Lookout Track is a steady gradient up to a cellphone tower opening that just happens to have amazing views over Reefton and its surrounding mountains. Whether you come up here by foot or by bike, we suggest you make this the first thing you do in town to really give you perspective. From the Lookout follow the 4×4 tracks to the signposted Zigzag Track for a varied rocky and gravel descent back into Reefton town. Find out more at Mountain Biking in Reefton. ”
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