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Gisborne

Things to do in Gisborne

Gisborne is situated on the northeastern side of New Zealands North island.  It’s largest city in the region is named after the region, Gisborne.  The Gisborne region houses a population of around 50,000 with 37,000 living in the town of Gisborne.

The land is sparsely inhabited with the exception of the city of Gisborne.  With no other town or village having a population over 1000 residents.  Apart from the amazing coastline the land is rough, mostly forest hill country. 

The area is sheltered by the hills to the west.  Gisborne enjoys a temperate climate with warm summers and cool winters with a yearly average of 2,200 sunshine hours.  

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