Grove Broadleaf Forest

Grove Broadleaf Forest
  • 5137768
    Maungatapere, NTL 0179

Hours

Thursday:
24 Hours
Friday:
24 Hours
Saturday:
24 Hours
Sunday:
24 Hours
Monday:
24 Hours
Tuesday:
24 Hours
Wednesday:
24 Hours

Chamber Rating

4.6 - (5 reviews)
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Grove Broadleaf Forest

Grove Broadleaf Forest is located at 5137768 in Maungatapere, Northland 0179. Grove Broadleaf Forest can be contacted via phone at for pricing, hours and directions.

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    Questions & Answers

    Q Where is Grove Broadleaf Forest located?

    A Grove Broadleaf Forest is located at 5137768, Maungatapere, NTL 0179


    Q What days are Grove Broadleaf Forest open?

    A Grove Broadleaf Forest is open:
    Thursday: 24 Hours
    Friday: 24 Hours
    Saturday: 24 Hours
    Sunday: 24 Hours
    Monday: 24 Hours
    Tuesday: 24 Hours
    Wednesday: 24 Hours


    Q How is Grove Broadleaf Forest rated?

    A Grove Broadleaf Forest has a 4.6 Star Rating from 5 reviewers.

    Hours

    Thursday:
    24 Hours
    Friday:
    24 Hours
    Saturday:
    24 Hours
    Sunday:
    24 Hours
    Monday:
    24 Hours
    Tuesday:
    24 Hours
    Wednesday:
    24 Hours

    Ratings and Reviews
    Grove Broadleaf Forest

    Overall Rating

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    ( 5 Reviews )
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    Lake Side on Google

    image Awesome


    Mel Millar on Google

    image Where is Grove Broadleaf Forest, I was there but didnt know


    Liz and Tim Martin on Google

    image 45 minute walk to the top. Beautiful forest with impressive puriri trees. Track is steep and unformed - follow the orange triangles. Worth it if you like a good leg stretch or botany - but dont do it if you like maunga with good views from the top, as there isnt one.


    Craig Blockley on Google

    image Beautiful piece of original Northland forest.


    David Anson on Google

    image I cant pound the pavement, but I love to run bush tracks, this one is local to me and is a quiet rarely used track, goes all the way to the top of the mountain where you can explore the crater which is full of trees and big holes where rain water goes down, as a kid I once was caught in a rain storm up there and saw and heard the water gurgling down what sounded like a bottomless hole..


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