Mt Taranaki, situated within Egmont National Park, is a mountainous area that encompasses three volcanic cones.
The Ōpunakē Loop Trail is the longest of the formal South Taranaki walks.
Ōpunakē Mural Trail consists of 23 murals depicting historical images and contemporary work throughout the town.
Actionaki offers: Paintball, Clay Bird Shooting, Archery, Golf, Team Building, Rifle Shooting,Fishing.
Ōpunakē Beach is one of the safest swimming beaches in New Zealand offering a great holiday spot for families.
The Ōpunakē Lake is situated above Opunake Beach and beside the Rest Home on Layard Street,
Everybody's theatre in Ōpunakē is an elegant historic theatre in Taranaki which has been restored to it's former glory.
This replica lighthouse is down Bayly Road at the Cape Egmont Boat Club. The original lighthouse is still situated down the Cape Road in Pungarehu.
Launch your fishing boat, try surfcasting or walk the dog.
A collective of 11 art galleries and artist studios in and around Ōpunakē, South Taranaki. Check our guide below for more information.
Ōpunakē Community Heated Baths Society is for use by everyone in the Opunake and Coastal Taranaki area.
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