Paparoa National park

Paparoa National Park is located towards the northern end of the South Island and is composed of lush green forests,delicate cave formations, and dazzling limestone canyons. It stretches all the way from the inland coastline to the massive ice-carved Paparoa Ranges, encompassing a land area of 306 Km2.

The park boundaries are very carefully established, in order to encapsulate all the major landscapes and ecosystems of the area. Similarly, a major part of the Paparoa National Park is forested with an assorted range of vegetation. It also offers shelter to an abundance of birdlife; that said, it is the only national park in new Zealand to feature the aboriginal Westland Black Petrel and the Great Spotted Kiwi.

Magnificent coastline, underground hot water streams, beautiful limestone cliffs, and lush coastal forests- there’s much more adding to the beauty of the Paparoa National Park.

Key Highlights

  • Native birdlife is prolific in the Paparoa National park.
  • The outlandish “pancake-stack” are the main attraction of the Paparoa National Park
  • Paparoa National Park protects the limestone karst area.
  • It was established in the year of 1987 and covers a land area of 306 km2.

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