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Best things to do in Raetihi

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Cafe
“Local cafe serving locally roasted Volcano coffee and great food with a relaxing atmosphere.”
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Establishment
“Need a shuttle up the mountain? Dempsey’s can pick up from the doorstep. Pays to book early as they get busy! ”
8local recommendations
Art Gallery
“Local art gallery worth visiting. It features and sells local art so get yourself something that is truly from this part of the world.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Convenient local grocery with a range of food supplies, fresh produce, meat, and drink - all the basics and essentials. ”
3local recommendations
Museum
“Opens only every Sunday, this museum has an interesting collection focussing on the history of the Central Plateau. Check out the jail cells as well.”
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Campground
“Nearest Laundromat. Also, to the south you will see concrete walkway to Makotuku River. Glow worms at night so bring a torch but please do not make too much noise.”
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Establishment
“If you want to know anything about the town, this is the place to be. It also has giftware items, local honey, postcards and souvenir items that you might fancy.”
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Golf Course
“ Waimarino Golf Club Ohakune New Zealand Welcome to Ruapehu Golf at Waimarino Golf Club Situated on the doorstep of Mt Ruapehu, Central Plateau, North Island, this championship 18 hole, par 71 golf course with a most recent NZGA rating of 71.9 makes it the third highest rating golf course in the Manawatu and Wanganui region. The course has 4 sets of tees, 3 rated suitable for ladies and 4 for men so catering for all levels of golf. Recent changes have seen the course improve dramatically with bunkers rebuilt and quality sand used. Together with all year round good ground conditions.”
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Natural Feature
“3-5 day canoe trips down the Whanganui River. Counted as one of the "Great Walks of NZ" and a must do. Serene and beautiful. Hire canoes, gear and transport from Raetihi town.”
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Cafe
“A decent local place for coffee and takeaways if you don't fancy the trip to Ohakune. ”
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Social Club
“Very friendly club set up like an alpine lodge with underfloor heating for these cold winter nights. Meals on a Thur. Fri. and Sat.”
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Establishment
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Point of Interest
“For getting to Turoa, Whakapapa or Tongariro Crossing you're best to use a shuttle service. Call Ruapehu Connexions on 06 385 3122 to book.”
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Point of Interest
“Ratana church MAORI RELIGION WRITTEN BY: The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica See Article History Ratana church, 20th-century religious awakening among the New Zealand Maoris and a national political influence, especially during the period 1943–63, when its members held all four Maori parliamentary seats in the national capital.The Ratana church was founded by Tahupotiki Wiremu Ratana, a Methodist Maori farmer who acquired a reputation as a visionary and faith healer. News of his extraordinary gifts drew Maoris (and some whites) from all parts of New Zealand, who came to hear him preach his doctrine of moral reform under the one God of the Bible. In 1920 he established an interdenominatal”
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Street Address
“Waimarino Baptist church. Services Sunday 10am, 6pm and Youth Group on Friday 730-9pm”
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Route
“The 'river road" as it is known locally takes you through the Whanganui National Park, with logging tracks you can wander and explore. leading down to the landing station where the adventurous arrive after their trip down the river.”
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