Rangitikei

Rangitikei

Rangitikei is a region in New Zealand that follows the course of State Highway 1, from just south of Waiouru with the QEII Army Memorial Museum, through Taihape, Mangaweka, Hunterville, Marton and Bulls, and then winds down a minor road to the coast at Turakina & Scott’s Ferry. Often overlooked when accessing many New Zealand "search" menus, the area is emerging as one of the last few "undiscovered" regions for both home-grown and international tourists.

Rangitikei is part of the Manawatu-Wanganui Region; see Rangitikei District and Rangitikei River


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