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Te Puke is a town located 28 kilometres southeast of Tauranga in the Western Bay of Plenty of New Zealand. It is particularly famous for the cultivation of kiwifruit. Te Puke has a population of 7496 as of the 2013 Census.

Campervan Hire Te Puke


 Te Arawa
$210 / Day

Te Arawa

Tauranga, Bay of Plenty

Sleeps 6
Length 7.4m
Toilet
Shower

breeze
$175 / Day

breeze

Papamoa, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2
Length 6.4m
Toilet
Shower

Your Perfect New Zealand Retreat
$299 / Day

Your Perfect New Zealand Retreat

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 7.1m
Toilet
Shower

Stinger
$200 / Day

Stinger

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 6m
Toilet
Shower

2006 SPRITE FIREBRAND 474 CARAVAN FOR 4 PEOPLE
$148 / Day

2006 SPRITE FIREBRAND 474 CARAVAN FOR 4 PEOPLE

Omanawa, Bay of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 7m
Toilet
Shower

The Oldsmobile
$195 / Day

The Oldsmobile

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 5m
Toilet
Shower

Lily
$100 / Day

Lily

Mount Maunganui, Tauranga

Sleeps 4
Length 5m
Toilet

Accounting One
$220 / Day

Accounting One

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 7
Length 6.5m
Toilet
Shower

Places to Visit near Te Puke


Rainbow Springs Nature Park

Set amongst the native trees and beautiful forests of Rotorua, Rainbow Springs Nature Park offers a fun-packed and educational experience for the whole family. Learn about New Zealand’s fascinating natural history and get up close and personal with the wonderful birds, bugs and beasts that call New Zealand home.

Make sure you take a ride on the Big Splash, and don't forget to head to the crowd-pleasing free-flight Bird Show. Also, each day our team of experts run special Encounters which allow you to get closer than ever to some of our favourite park residents including trout, reptiles and native birds.

For an unforgettable experience, upgrade to our Kiwi Encounter Behind the Scenes Tour to see exactly how we're helping kiwi at the biggest kiwi hatchery in the world. Every tour booked is a 100% donation to our kiwi conservation program.

Tamaki Maori Village

1989 was the year it all began. Doug and Mike Tamaki forged a turning point for tourism in Rotorua and forever changed the way people from around the world experienced cultural storytelling. Two kiwi cowboys doing things a bit differently. From old school buses to hot-rod Harleys and roundabout sing-alongs, a new storyline was unfolding and the families, couples, the globetrotters from near and far were all on board the one-of-a-kind Tamaki Māori Village experience. Now 30 years later, Tamaki has become an iconic brand in tourism – a leading force that pioneers and inspires through authentic and meaningful cultural experiences that the world continues to applaud and celebrate. Tamaki Māori Village is the most award-winning cultural attraction in New Zealand and was voted the 7th best experience in the world by TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice award in 2018.

Paradise Valley Springs Wildlife Park

At Paradise Valley Springs, visitors can interact with a variety of New Zealand wildlife . Guest have the opportunity to hand-feed animals such as deer, pigs, thar and wallabies. See Rainbow and Brown Trout in our crystal-clear pools, and wild in the Ngongotaha Stream that winds through our park. Get up close to friendly farm animals in the lovely streamside farmwalk. View native New Zealand birds and waterfowl on our wetlands. Taste pure spring water straight from our natural spring, or purchase some of our own bottled 'Paradise Pure' to take away with you. Experience our elevated rainforest treetops walkway, hidden six metres high amongst bush and huge native trees. Get close to our lion pride and check out our exciting lion feeding at 2.30pm every day.

Wingspan National Bird of Prey Centre

From grassroots beginnings in the 1980’s and the founding of the Wingspan Charitable Trust in 1992, Wingspan is now recognized as New Zealand’s leading conservation, education and research organization for birds of prey. Wingspan Bird of Prey Centre was established in Rotorua in 2002. At Wingspan’s core is a commitment to the conservation of the threatened ‘Karearea’ New Zealand falcon.  Being part of New Zealand’s unique natural heritage, falcons are a taonga (treasured) species to tangata whenua (Māori, people of the land).  Wingspan supports wild populations directly by releasing captive bred falcons and rehabilitating injured wild birds.  Through research and advocacy, Wingspan also supports long-term sustainable conservation action by identifying the reasons for the decline in wild populations and promoting action to reverse this. The Wingspan National Bird of Prey Centre is a place where people can visit and see birds of prey up close during interactive flying displays, hosted by the country’s leading experts. The displays showcase the spectacular flying skills of these amazing birds and are a unique educational experience enjoyed by children and adults alike.

Campgrounds and Parks near Te Puke


Jamieson Oval/Jubilee Park

• Designated freedom camping site for self-contained vehicles only (complies with NZ Standard 5465:2001). • No person may freedom camp for more than three nights in any four week consecutive period at any one site. The four consecutive weeks begin from the first overnight stay • Self contained vehicle camping or preparing to camp overnight is restricted to the designated self contained vehicle camping area shown on the map • Self contained vehicles must park within existing defined car parking lines. No tents are permitted.

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