Cambridge – an historic attractive tree lined town

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Cambridge is a Historic attractive tree lined town located in the heart of the Waikato Region in New Zealand’s North Island. The Waikato region stretches from the pacific oceans of the Tasman Sea and is home to some of New Zealand’s most charming attractions and stunning scenery.

Begin your journey of discovery in Cambridge at the information centre. Explore the impressive Waikato River that runs through the heart of Cambridge. The town welcomes visitors through a majestic tree lined entrance and is well-known for its parks with there wonderful variety of trees from around the world. Even the town hall is highlighted by them. It’s not hard to see why Cambridge has been christened the town of trees.

waikato river

waikato river

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cambridge attracts many thousands of visitors each year and has many things to explore including its many antique shops and arts and craft galleries. Cambridge has many fascinating and unique shops and one of the best is the Cambridge country store housed in the magnificent 100 year old church dressed in high tactual pink. The gift store boasts a fabulous range of quality New Zealand made items that capture the very essence of New Zealand. The stores focus on quality and style has secured its many awards. But there’s much more to this charming town. Cambridge is a horse-breeding township best known for its thorough bred horse stables thanks to some of the richest pastures in the world. Many champions in this sport of racing and show jumping have been produced in Cambridge making the NZ equine industry a key ingredient in the town’s economic success. Cambridge is a picture of idyllic beauty and vibrant colour. Its country charm will entice you to stay a while.

view of cambridge

view of cambridge

Author: nzbackpacker

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