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The Bay is one of New Zealand’s premier holiday destinations; basking in a year-round mild climate, abundant sunshine, 100 kilometres of glittering white sand and beautiful harbours. The relaxed lifestyle is centred on a blue sea, idyllic beaches, friendly cafes, restaurants and prosperous kiwifruit orchards.

Whakatane

This laid-back sun-drenched eastern corner of the Bay of Plenty has golden sand beaches for those who want to laze and swim. It also has action aplenty for adrenalin-junkies and adventurers. This is a town that is small in numbers but big in attitude.
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Mt Maunganui

'The Mount' rises abruptly at the entrance to Tauranga Harbour. It is an extinct volcanic cone that towers over the idyllic Ocean Beach, a summer mecca for thousands of sun, sea, surf and sand worshippers.
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Tauranga

Sun and fun aplenty, all year round, is the main feature of the beautiful Bay of Plenty. You will never be lost for things to do here.
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Waihi Beach

What could be better than a long expanse of sun-baked golden sand, lapped by the gentle Pacific Ocean, less than 2 hour's drive from Auckland city?
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Tauranga City

Tauranga means 'safe anchorage' in Maori. The city nestles beside a sweeping harbour of great beauty, backed by the green verdure of the Kaimai Range.
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Bay of Plenty

When the famous 18th century navigator, Captain Cook, names a sweeping stretch of sand the Bay of Plenty, you know it must be well endowed with riches.
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