Eastland is located 12 miles (19 kilometers) southeast of Auckland and about 300 miles (483 kilometers) north of Wellington, the national capital.
There are few travel experiences more memorable than savoring the bouquets and textures of well-crafted wines while standing in the very vineyards of which they are created. Millton and Gisborne Wine Centre are just two highly recommended wine producers for any self-respecting coinsurer visiting Eastland. If you’re keen to explore even more of the regions varietals, spending some time at Bushmere Estate and Lindauer Cellars will only deepen your appreciation for this region’s fine wine, countryside and people.
To change gears, head to some of the popular beaches nearby, such as Midway Beach and Mahia Beach. These beaches are ideal for relaxing with friends and family, and simply watching the clouds slip by.
To learn more about the fine art of brewing, take a taxi to the Sunshine Brewery. Take a tour to learn more about the brewing process, then sample the finished product in the place where it was made.
The Tairawhiti Museum is the perfect treat for lovers of culture in Eastland. Admire the building and grounds, browse the various exhibits, and then ask for tips from the locals to discover some of the smaller museums in the vicinity.
Hikers will be pleased to learn that the local city also has some larger ecological parks where you can go to see unique scenery and local flora and fauna. To walk through one of the most visited nature reserves, head out to Te Urewera National Park.
Those with a passion for plants will enjoy Eastwood Arboretum, a horticultural gem in Eastland. Take the time to discover the diverse collection of flora in the area.
Kaiti Hill is one of the most frequently visited parks and gardens around Eastland. It is a peaceful place where visitors of all ages gather to take time out from a busy world.
The Te Poho-o-Rawiri Meeting House is a great spot to wrap up your stay in this fascinating city.