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Paparoa NP

A diverse landscape

Driving the Buller Gorge

Located on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island, Paparoa National Park extends from the Buller River in the north almost to Greymouth in the south encompassing most of the Parapoa mountain range with a highest peak being Mount Uriah at 1,501m (4,925 ft), and there are a number of other peaks are higher than 1,200m most of which are covered in temperate rain forest.

A Scientifically Significant Park This park was established in 1987, and is an impressive (though small) addition to the national park family of New Zealand. With 30,000 hectares of unique bush, mountains, coasts and waterways, it is a very special place in New Zealand. The park

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