The Whangamarino Wetland is the largest in the North Island, and is of international significance. Covering 7,290 hectares between Meremere and Te Kauwhata, it includes peat bog, swamps and river. Several threatened species, including wetland birds, fish, and plants, can be found there. It is managed by the Department of Conservation.
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