• Mangawhero River
  • The Ohakune area boasts world-class wilderness fishing, with crystal clear waters flowing through remote native bush,
Horopito Motors (Smash Palace)
  • 40 Matapuna Rd
  • Bill Cole and his family have built up the 15 acres of vehicles over 60 years and today the collection includes rare Bedford, Austin, Singer and Chrysler models amongst others.
  • Ohakune Mountain Rd
Lake Rotokura
  • Unnamed Road
  • Time: 1 hr return
Mangawhero Falls
  • Ohakune Mountain Rd
  • 5 - 10 min return
Mangawhero Forest Walk and Rimu Walk
  • 6 Ohakune Mountain Rd
  • 1 hr return and 15 min return
Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail
  • Ohakune Mountain Rd
  • From the flanks of Mt Ruapehu to the coastal shores of Whanganui, the Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail is a route encompassing majestic mountains, stunning native forest.
Ohakune Old Coach Road
  • 27 Thames St
  • Step back in time and explore some of New Zealand’s oldest railway history. walk or bike
  • Raetihi
  • Sandwiched between two magnificent national parks, the rural town of Raetihi was once one of the most remote settlements in New Zealand. It is located at the junction of State Highways 4 and 49, 11 kilometres west of Ohakune.
The Railway Museum
  • 52 Thames St
  • Learn about Ohakune’s rich history
The Waimarino Museum
  • 101 Seddon St
  • The Waimarino Museum in Raetihi township chronicles the people, events, and history of the Central Plateau region of New Zealand's North Island. 15 minutes’ drive from Ohakune
Visitor Information
  • 54 Clyde St
  • Ohakune Useful Information
Waiouru Military Museum
  • 17 State Highway 1
  • Honour the sacrifices, learn the campaigns, be inspired by the stories of courage, loyalty and comradeship.
Waitonga Falls
  • Ohakune Mountain Rd
  • The 39 m Waitonga Falls is Tongariro National Park’s highest waterfall. The well-formed track passes through mountain beech and kaikawaka forest. 1 hr 20min
Yeti Tours NZ
  • 61 Clyde St Ohakune
  • Yeti Tours provides canoe tours on the Whanganui River