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Gisborne New Zealand, the first city in the world to greet the sunrise oeach day. Gisborne enjoys a relaxed lifestyle, beautiful beaches, great fishing, yachting, surfing and golf, The Gisborne region includes Lake Waikaremoana, a haven for trout fishing. Gisborne's temperate climate, clean and green lakes, forests, streams and beaches have become a tourism bonus. Tramping, hunting, white water rafting, canoeing, fishing, surfing, golf yachting, and all types of wilderness activities are catered for. Hire a rental car or camper van, buy a map, look at real estate, find accommodations, hotel, hotels, motel, lodge, backpackers, in Gisborne New Zealand. Buy a map, look at real estate for sale in Gisborne New Zealand, Gisborne nz rental car hire or employment in Gisborne New Zealand.
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The Gisborne district (population 45,000 with about 30,000 residing in the city) generally has warm summers and mild winters. Gisborne is one of the sunniest places in New Zealand with average yearly sunshine of around 2200 hours. The annual rainfall in Gisborne varies from about 1000mm near the coast to over 2500mm in the higher inland country. Temperatures of 38°C have been recorded and an average 65 days a year have a maximum of over 24°C.
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Apart from tsunamis, the only thing that produces waves is the wind blowing over the sea surface. Waves arriving on a coast called windsea can be generated by local wind. Groundswell can be the result of a wind that blew over the surface of the ocean thousands of kilometres away

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