Visit Te Puke with Mighway

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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


Renovated,  Easy to drive, free airport pick ups!
$110 / Day

Renovated, Easy to drive, free airport pick ups!

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 6.5m
Toilet
Shower

Smile Jar
$250 / Day

Smile Jar

Papamoa, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 6
Length 6.7m
Toilet
Shower

Classy Cosy Camper
$210 / Day

Classy Cosy Camper

Tikitere, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 3
Length 4.8m
Toilet

Hopara
$90 / Day

Hopara

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2
Length 3.5m

Betty Ford (Bay of Plenty)
$85 / Day

Betty Ford (Bay of Plenty)

Whakamarama, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 6.2m
Toilet
Shower

The Leisure Seeker
$200 / Day

The Leisure Seeker

Pyes Pa, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2
Length 5.8m
Toilet
Shower

The Camper
$115 / Day

The Camper

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2
Length 5m
Toilet

 Sandhopper - No cleaning fee
$85 / Day

Sandhopper - No cleaning fee

Te Puke, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2
Length 7m
Toilet
Shower

Places to Visit near Te Puke


Skyline Rotorua Luge And Gondola

Jump on board one of our eight-seater Gondola cabins and experience Rotorua’s most spectacular views from one of the best things to do in Rotorua! Skyline Rotorua’s 900 metre long Doppelmayr cableway system will transport you and your friends on a gentle, scenic ride up to the Skyline Rotorua complex.

On arrival at Skyline Rotorua Gondola, relax and take in the 180 degree panorama, take a walk on the nature trails or choose from one of the exciting Rotorua activity options on offer - such as Luge, the Skyswing or Skyvue 4D motion theatre. Before your return Gondola ride, be sure to stop in at the Food Market Kitchen, our marketplace style cafe or the Restaurant & Bar for lunch or dinner. Skyline Rotorua Gondola - a must-do Rotorua attraction!

Waimangu Volcanic Valley

Waimangu Volcanic Valley is Rotorua's premier tourist attraction and a ‘must do’ eco-experience when you visit Rotorua. Our exciting thermal attraction and sightseeing tours include unique ecology, rare botany and fascinating geothermal features such as steaming volcanic crater lakes. A protected scenic reserve and wildlife refuge, Waimangu Volcanic Valley geothermal park encompasses beautiful Lake Rotomahana and is set in pristine New Zealand bush. Waimangu Volcanic Valley is just 20 minutes south of Rotorua and 40 minutes north of Taupo.

We offer a range of self-guided eco tours and walks through this geothermal park, from a 45 minute walk to an extended 4 hours of discovery through our amazing Valley.

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.

Te Wairoa The Buried Village

Violent and unexpected, the volcanic eruption of Mt Tarawera on 10 June 1886 was one of New Zealand's greatest natural disasters. For over four hours, rocks, ash, and mud bombarded the peaceful village of Te Wairoa, ending more than 150 lives and destroying the eighth wonder of the world: The Pink and White Terraces. But the story doesn’t end there…

Thanks to the sensitive redevelopment by three generations of the Smith family, The Buried Village of Te Wairoa is now one of New Zealand’s most-visited historical sites, providing visitors a picture of what life was like at the village before, during, and after the eruption.

Established in 1931, The Buried Village of Te Wairoa features an award-winning museum, with excavated objects over 80 years old, and an extensive archaeological site set in 12 acres of meadow and native bush. Detailed signage provides a rich narrative of the people who visited and lived in the village. Enjoy the waterfall trail walking path.

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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