GISBORNE TRAVEL GUIDE

Gisborne was first named ‘Tairawhiti’ by the early Maori. Tairawhiti means ‘The Coast upon which the sun shines across the water’. Here in Gisborne locals and visitors can enjoy the sunny weather, beautiful beaches, mountains, premiere wine and food. Take a ride on the restored WA 165 Steam Train, try a wine tasting tour, learn more about the Maori – their culture and their history, take a breathtaking scenic flight, listen to the sound of jazz at the Jazz Blues and Roots Festival, experience a quad bike tour or visit Eastwoodhill Arboretum and stroll through the park like setting with its luscious valleys, formal gardens and swirling shallow pools of water. Do follow travel guide New Zealand while you plan a trip to Gisborne.

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Travel image of a ship & sea in New Zealland
Travel image of a ship & sea in New Zealland