Aorangi Forest Park
Aorangi Forest Park is a 194-square-kilometre (75 sq mi) protected area in the Wellington Region of New Zealand administered by the Department of Conservation (DOC). It had been called the Haurangi Forest Park but DOC changed to reflect the Māori name of the range protected by the park.
|Aorangi Forest Park|
|Location||North Island, New Zealand|
|Area||19,402 hectares (47,940 acres)|
|Governing body||Department of Conservation|
The park has six backcountry huts and a recreational hunting area in the park. There is a large herd of wild red deer and dry conditions, making the park a popular destination for deerstalkers. There is also a small number of goats and pigs in the park.