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Te Mata Peak

Te Mata PeakTe Mata Peak is a local heritage site and cultural landmark, making it one of the most visited places in Hawke’s Bay. Standing at 399 metres, Te Mata Peak is part of a 99 hectare park that is used for a wide range of recreational activities.

Te Mata Park is managed by Te Mata Trust and more information on the park can be found on their website at http://tematapark.co.nz/.

 

 

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