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Kaitoke Regional Park

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Kaitoke Regional Park

Kaitoke Regional Park
Hutt River in Kaitoke Regional Park
Type Wellington Regional park
Location Kaitoke, New Zealand
Coordinates

41°04′08″S 175°11′55″E / 41.069027°S 175.198658°E / -41.069027; 175.198658

Area 2860 hectares
Operated by Wellington Regional Council
Status Open

Kaitoke Regional Park is a Wellington Regional park located in Kaitoke, New Zealand, past Upper Hutt. The park is adjacent to the Hutt water collection area and comprises mostly native bush. The most popular loop walk in the park leads through the valley of the Upper Hutt River.

The park was the filming location for exterior shots of Rivendell for the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.

External links

  • Greater Wellington Regional Council
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