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Lake Horowhenua is an ok place if would like to go and feed some ducks, the water however is often polluted and has algae. The toilet facilities are poor and there is a small park. This area sometimes get used by younger people to dig...More
Visited Muaupoko Park, Lake Horowhenua at sunset. Absolutely beautiful. Mosquitoes were a little thick but didn't bite...
beautiful swans, ducks and geese. One side view is the lake with beautiful greenery and paddocks while the other side is beautiful mountains.
Highly recommend a look.
This is a lovely place for contemplation while sitting in the car watching a spectacular sunset, or just walking around and looking over the water. There are heaps of water fowl there to watch chasing each other or just socialising, accompanied by the sound of...More
We took our kids to feed the birds and while the birds are impressive, very friendly, the smell was awful. Sad the lake is in such a state. The park was awesome though and the kids enjoyed their time there.
Levin needs this lake. It's a fantastic opportunity laying stagnant. I was so disappointed. Would be a wonderfull place for older less fit people to walk. But alas it's a wasted . Many years ago in the 70s it was a buzzing little place. Shame...More
Great bird life with lots of different species easy to see and access. The water seems dirty and the shore is messy. To be expected with the large number of birds about including several species of duck geese shags and waders.
Lake Horowhenua has a long Maori history with the local tribes, Mouopoko and Ngati Raukawa. Disputes about the 'ownership' of the lake continue today.
As a destination for visitors, it has a wide range of water birds as well as a few semi-wild chooks. Views...More