Tongaporutu Whitecliffs Station lies between the Tongaporutu River to the north and Paraninihi (White Cliffs) to the south. The Tasman Sea provides the 7km western boundary with Taranaki's most spectacular coastline and beaches. Uplifted marine terraces and ancient sea cliffs rise to more than 900 feet above sea level to form the famous 'White Cliffs'. The coastal Miocene fossil sequence attracts geologists from all around the world.
New Plymouth, New Zealand (NPL) - New Plymouth 39 miles