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Akatarawa Forest is a regional park in the Upper Hutt within the Wellington Region at the southern tip of the North Island of New Zealand. It encompasses 15,000 hectares of native and plantation forest. It includes the headwaters of the Maungakotukutuku Steam, Akatarawa River West and the Whakatikei River. The park is owned and managed by Greater Wellington Regional Council, making it one of the largest landowners in New Zealand. Akatarawa is a Maori name meaning 'Trailing vines'.

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  • Der Akatarawa Forest ist ein Wald in der Region Greater Wellington auf der Nordinsel von Neuseeland.
  • Akatarawa Forest is a regional park in the Upper Hutt within the Wellington Region at the southern tip of the North Island of New Zealand. It encompasses 15,000 hectares of native and plantation forest. It includes the headwaters of the Maungakotukutuku Steam, Akatarawa River West and the Whakatikei River. The park is owned and managed by Greater Wellington Regional Council, making it one of the largest landowners in New Zealand. Akatarawa is a Maori name meaning 'Trailing vines'.
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  • Photograph of Karapoti Gorge in the Akatarawa Forest
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  • Akatarawa Forest is a regional park in the Upper Hutt within the Wellington Region at the southern tip of the North Island of New Zealand. It encompasses 15,000 hectares of native and plantation forest. It includes the headwaters of the Maungakotukutuku Steam, Akatarawa River West and the Whakatikei River. The park is owned and managed by Greater Wellington Regional Council, making it one of the largest landowners in New Zealand. Akatarawa is a Maori name meaning 'Trailing vines'. Activities include cycling, hunting, fishing, horse riding, 4WD-vehicle trips and trail biking, including at the Karapoti Gorge.
  • Der Akatarawa Forest ist ein Wald in der Region Greater Wellington auf der Nordinsel von Neuseeland.
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  • Karapoti Gorge in the Akatarawa Forest
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