HASTINGS
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Hastings is known as the 'fruit bowl' of New Zealand and is home to a multitude of orchards, wineries and beautifully landscaped parks and gardens which flourish in the Hawke�s Bay climate. Hastings is a showcase for fine examples of Spanish Mission-style architecture, largely built after the 1931 Hawke�s Bay earthquake. Hastings is an ideal base to explore and enjoy Hawke's Bay's wine country attractions. For the adrenalin junkie just take your pick. Paragliding, hot air ballooning, jet skiing, caving, mountain biking - and more.. Hastings New Zealand accommodation, tourism, travel, tours information guide.
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Hastings, is one of the sunniest areas of New Zealand, Hastings New Zealand is sheltered by ranges to the west which open up to reveal fertile rolling plains stretching all the way to pristine beaches along the coast. Hastings is a showcase for fine examples of Spanish Mission-style architecture, largely built after the 1931 Hawke�s Bay earthquake.
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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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