Authenticity is a good word to describe the logging village of Tokoroa. There are no pretensions here; only sincere local hospitality and plentiful dishes to fill a lumberjack.
Tokoroa is a wood town and the heart of New Zealand’s large forestry, timber and paper industries. It sits between the lush farmland of Waikato and the vast pine forest plantation of the central North Island. Visitors can follow the “talking poles” sculpture route through the town center to learn about the history and inhabitants of Tokoroa.
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