Our Eco friendly holiday park in central New Plymouth offers accommodation in our picturesqe park.

Egmont Eco Leisure Park
12 Clawton Street
New Plymouth, Taranaki
New Zealand
Phone: +64 6 753 5720
Fax: +64 6 753 5782

The Taranaki Experience
Group Accommodation

GROUP ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES NEW PLYMOUTH

We offer Excellent Group Accommodation within “ The Taranaki Experience “Ranging from multi share rooms at budget prices to exclusive use of the whole lodge.

School groups, sports teams, tour groups, family reunions & conferences.

They are designed with you the client in mind. We offer safe and secure facilities, meeting areas for induction and orientation sessions and fully equipped self catering kitchens and dining areas. We can provide accommodation and full catering at an affordable price especially built around your numbers and budget.

NEW PLYMOUTH

Egmont Eco Leisure Park Our Eco facility is nestled in our own 7 acre valley, surrounded by native forest and a bubbling brook. This is a peaceful sanctuary epitomising an environmentally friendly, secure environment, you are guaranteed an absolute great place to conduct your conference and can listen to the chorus of native birdsong, yet right in the heart of central New Plymouth, within easy walking distance of all amenities. SLEEPS UP TO 150 GUESTS

We also offer full travel advice about local walking tracks, historical sites, natural attractions and travel deals on all activities within the Taranaki.


Just tell us what your budget is and what you want from your trip and we’ll organise an itinerary to suit!

 
We look forward to seeing you soon!

FOR INQUIRES :

PHONE : GARY B. OGLE

GROUP RESERVATIONS FACILITATOR     

                                                                                                           
Phone ( 06 ) 278 6523 Fax ( 06 ) 278 6541
email : groups@taranaki-bakpak.co.nz

Book your Egmont Accommodation online now!

We donate a percentage of your fees for our environmental protection projects

ALSO GROUP ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES IN TARANAKI

Mokau - New Plymouth - Mt Taranaki - Hawera

MT TARANAKI – EGMONT NATIONAL PARK

The Historic Camphouse situated almost 1000 metres up Mt Taranaki at North Egmont is an ideal location for people seeking quiet surroundings and stunning views of the North Taranaki coast and Central North Island. It also offers historic atmosphere and access to the beautiful forests and high altitude scenery of Egmont National Park. 

It is the oldest surviving in any New Zealand national park and is registered Category 1 with the Historic Places Trust. This is ideal for groups to stay on site in multi share facilities, which offer that special bonding required for so many companies and groups in today’s busy world. SLEEPS UP TO 36 GUESTS

Full catering can be provided at our “ Mountain Café “ only a 200 metres walk down a pleasant walkway.

MOKAU

Palm House Feel the sea breeze, whilst walking this secluded west coast beach of natural Black sand and bays. Swim, surf, collect seashells, catch a fish, gather mussels, glimpse the darkness of natural coastal caves and tranquil islands, kayak the mighty Mokau River. Wander the Whitecliffs Walkway, leaving your footsteps in untouched sands, relax aboard a historic cream-boat cruise. Explore the local Tanui Museum. Taste our local fish delicacy "Whitebait ". SLEEPS UP TO 15 GUESTS

HAWERA

Wheatly Downs Farmstay Wake to the roosters crow, as you glimpse the sun rising on MT Egmont through fields of grazing animals direct from our Rustic Country Style Lodge set in park like grounds alive with bird life. Breath the fresh country air on our 350 acre sheep and cattle farm we call home.  Majestic peacocks spread their tails amongst the farmsteads extensive native forests. Wander down to the lake for a swim through our country fields.  Discover native trees alive with Tui, Woodpigeon and Kiwis. Visit the award winning Tawhiti Museum, Lake Rotorangi or Dawson Falls on MT Taranaki all within an easy drive. SLEEPS UP TO 30 GUESTS



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Updated Friday, 26 August 2016