Te Puke is a suburban town located on the western coast of Bay of Plenty in Tauranga, New Zealand. It is famous for its Kiwi Fruit production. Apart from this, the town is also known as a great holiday or honeymoon getaway. The place has scenic surroundings and charming ambience perfect for escaping the city life. Here, travellers can go exploring the town, sightseeing, shopping and even learn about their culture and history. The region is known to have the most fertile soil for farming. Te Puke can be covered along with the attractions located at close distances.
Founded in 1880, Te Puke is a small town with a population of a little over 8000, with an initial settlement of about 25 buildings. After that, the swamps were cleared, and crops were grown. The climate and soil in Te Puke make it a suitable place for horticulture too. In the initial days, the town produced tobacco, hop and rice. Later on, citrus fruits were grown in plenty. Thus, Te Puke was commercially known for its Oranges, Apples, Lemons, Grapefruits etc. 1959 onwards, the town was primarily known for the Kiwi fruits grown on the land.
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