Teniel And Courtney S Slid Show On PaparoaPresentation Transcript
Where is Paparoa?
Paparoa is in between Westport and Greymouth.
Paparoa National park is located in the northern part of the South Island's West Coast, alongside State Highway 6, between the towns of Westport and Greymouth.
Paparoa has many animals including the well known Tui. Paparoa also has the Great Spotted Kiwi, Bellbirds, Parakeets and New Zealand Pigeons.
How Big Is Paparoa?
Paparoa National Park is only 30,000 hectares, Paparoa is a fairly small park, however, it is packed with natural wonders, wilderness, and stunning scenery.
Lime Stone Cliffs
Things To Do
There are Loads of things to do in Paparoa National Park like the Pancake Rock Walk and the Blow Hole walk. You can also do Canoeing and Caving. You can also go fishing for white bait and you can go surfing in the north of the Pancake rocks.
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One of the Landmarks of Paparoa National Park is its famous Pancake rocks. The Pancake rocks Are by the famous Blowholes. Did you know the Pancake rocks were formed 30 million years ago.
When the tide rises and seawater surges in caverns below the rocks the blowholes squirt out an impressive geyser like jets. There are 3 Blowholes at Dolomite Point. The Blowholes are by the Pancake rocks
What is a National Park?
A National Park is a Place that you can’t build on.
Why is Paparoa a National Park?
Because of it’s Wildlife and it’s size.
What’s the most Precious part of Paparoa?
It’s Blowholes and Pancake Rocks.
What is some of paparoa’s Pest’s?
Ferrets, Stoats and Weasels this group of pests are called Mustelids.
Thank You For Watching Our Slide show. By Teniel and Courtney