Getting here

Whether you're looking for a scenic road trip or an easy flight, Taranaki is just far enough away.

Liardet Street Projects

Liardet Street Projects is a must-do ‘hidden secret’ for anyone visiting Taranaki.

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Sort your summer in Taranaki

Catch the unmissable festival vibes coming to the Bowl of Brooklands in 2022

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Events that get the heart racing

Craving a new adventure or challenge?

Dust off your running shoes and head to the stunning region like no other where you’ll find a host of active events for all levels of fitness.

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Pouākai Crossing

The Pouākai Crossing is the premier one-day walk in Egmont National Park that takes in the highlights of the longer two to three day Pouākai Circuit.

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Three Days in Taranaki

Vibrant, contemporary, and buzzing with copious things to do, see, eat, and experience, Taranaki is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, foodies, families, and arts- and culture-lovers.

And with an exciting array of upcoming summer events (L.A.B, Synthony, and WOMAD), Taranaki is humming!

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Family Fun

Our photogenic region is also crammed with visitor attractions, green spaces and natural wonders and, whether you’re travelling with big kids or little ones, you’ll find plenty to do.

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Taranaki – Just Around the Corner

You won’t have to go too far to discover truly unique events, vibrant arts and culture, and decadent dining once you’re ready to explore our beautiful country again. It’s all here in Taranaki - a place like no other. 

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Surf Highway 45 - Six Foot and Glassy

Whether you’re a seasoned wave-hunter or just getting started, Taranaki’s Surf Highway 45 will have a wave waiting for you.

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Exploring the Forgotten World

New Zealand’s oldest heritage trail is 155kms long. Starting in either Stratford or Taumarunui it follows ancient Māori trade routes and pioneering farm tracks, through ambitious historic settlements, untamed native bush and stunning natural scenery.

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Taranaki Maunga Top Views

Taranaki Maunga is paved with thousands of kilometres of walking tracks – both short and long. But which ones lead to the best views?

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Download Taranaki Brochures

Venture Taranaki, in collaboration with the region's i-SITEs, write and produce a number of publications and guidebooks to encourage visitors to experience the region's best.

Download them here or find them at i-SITE Visitor Infomation Centres in New Plymouth, Stratford and Hāwera or by contacting us.

Forgotten World Highway
A Walkers Guide
9th Edition
Taranaki: An Insiders Guide
Surf Highway 45
Parks and Gardens
8th Edition
Museums and Galleries Guide
6th Edition

Visitor Story

Something here for everyone.

We've got so much on offer, all year round. 

Abundant in nature and history, and exploding with culture, arts, dining and hospitality - take a look at our Visitor Story.