Lake Rotongaio

Lake Rotongaio is a lowland lake system located east of Lake Taupo and north of Napier. The lake covers 9.3 hectares and has a maximum depth of 52 m. The lake has high cultural significance for local iwi such as Tuwharetoa tribe (source teara.govt.nz).

Lake Rotonuiaha

Lake Rotonuiaha is the largest lowland lake system in a cluster of lakes, located east of Lake Taupo and north of Napier. The lake covers 43.8 hectares, has a maximum depth of 29.2 m and sits at an elevation of 275 m.

Lake Rotoroa (Hawkes Bay)

Lake Rotoroa is a small lowland system in a cluster of lakes, located east of Lake Taupo and north of Napier. The lake covers 14.6 hectares, has a maximum depth of 16.2 m and sits at an elevation of 315 m.

Whakakī Lagoon

Whakakī Lagoon is a 400 hectare coastal lake which is separated from the sea by a narrow strip of sand dunes on its southern shore. The lake has significant wildlife values and is the largest coastal lake on the North Island’s east coast. The lake has an additional 200 hectares of adjacent wetland margin comprising […]