Over 600 years old, this is the largest pōhutukawa tree in New Zealand.

Te waha o rerekohu - Pohutukawa Tree Te waha o rerekohu - Pohutukawa Tree Te waha o rerekohu - Pohutukawa Tree
Te Waha o Rerekohu the mouth of Rerekohu is thought to be the largest pōhutukawa tree in New Zealand. At least 600 years old, it had a branch span of more than 37 metres when measured in 1950.
Location
Address:
20 Moana Parade, Te Araroa 4087
Te Araroa 4087
Opening Times
Business Hours:
Open all year round

Months of Operation:
Facilities and Features
Proximity to Town:
5 minute walk to Te Araroa town centre
Parking:
Free street parking available
Other Charges:
Free of charge

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