White Cliffs and Mount Messenger Conservation Area
Located in the Taranaki region
IntroductionEnjoy a farmland walk with spectacular coastal scenery or explore the nearby forest.
Find things to do and places to stay White Cliffs and Mount Messenger Conservation Area
The steep forested Mt Messenger Conservation Area is a mixture of coastal forest, kahikatea swamp, tawa/kamahi interspersed with hard beech forest. It is home to kiwi, paua slug (Schizoglossa), scrub beetle (Odontria veluntina) and the hebe townsonii.
The Wai Pingao catchment contains the best remaining example of native coastal broadleaf forest, podocarp forest and shrubland on the west coast of the North Island.
|Egmont National Park Visitor Centre|
|Phone:||+64 6 756 0990|
|Fax:||+64 4 471 1117|
2879 Egmont Rd
Egmont National Park
PO Box 462
New Plymouth 4340
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