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Nau mai, Haere mai.

Welcome to Te Awamutu.

Literally translated, Te Awamutu means 'the river cut short', marking the end of the navigable section of the Manga-o-hoi Stream. Te Awamutu is also known as the ‘rose town’, for it's many elaborate rose gardens in the centre of town. 

From peat lakes, scenic walks, lush rolling farmland and rural escapes, to historic New Zealand sites, excellent cafes and restaurants, a beautiful town centre, and the nearby quaint villages of Pirongia and Kihikihi, see what's on offer in Te Awamutu. 

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Eat, drink, shop.

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