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Written by Sarah Shields, Living in Tutukaka at Oceans Resort Hotel   
Friday, 09 September 2011
Dolphins in Ngunguru Estuary

Well if you are heading to spend anytime with us here in Tutukaka, if you are coming up from the South you are more than likely going to be passing through the most wonderful of seaside settlements, Ngunguru - (Nung - a - roo). It is my personal opinion that as soon as you come around the corner and pass Munro Place you know you are somewhere special. Infact I will be so bold as to say you will take a deep breath in. I still do, after two years, I still draw breath. From Ngunguru you look over to the pristine sandspit, and with a lot of work from very dedicated locals this sandspit has been given back to the people of New Zealand for the generations to enjoy that have yet to see day.

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