Eastwoodhill Arboretum

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2392 Wharekopae Rd, Ngatapa, Gisborne, New Zealand - View the map

A 30-minute drive from Gisborne, Eastwoodhill is New Zealand's largest and finest collection of exotic trees and shrubs. Easy walking tracks for all levels of fitness. Open daily from 9am to 5pm. By prior arrangement - budget accommodation, walking tours, 4WD tours, catering. Contact Eastwoodhill office.

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Address:
2392 Wharekopae Rd, Ngatapa,
Gisborne,
New Zealand

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+64 6 863 9003

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