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Levin is in the Manawatu region of New Zealand's North Island. Levin is the largest town in the Horowhenua District. Nestled beneath the magnificent Tararua Ranges, Levin is also near Lake Horowhenua.

Get in

State Highway 1 go through the center of town, Same with the North Island Main Trunk Line. Levin Station is located south of the CBD with the Capital connection commuter train stopping once in the morning (Heading to Wellington)and Once in the Evening (From Wellington)

Get around



One of the main attractions is a large adventure playground on the main street next to the information centre. There are also public swimming baths with a water slide which are fairly modern and reasonably priced. There is also a movie theatre which has a reasonable line up of films.



  • 225 Indian Takeaway - One of the best Indian food takeaway shops. Excellent butter chicken and other dishes as well. Lunch combo from 11AM-2PM includes rice, naan, Coke and any curry of your choice for only $11. Open for Lunch M-Sa 11AM-2:30PM. Open for Dinner 4PM-10PM daily. 225 Oxford Street, Levin. Phone:- 06 3676260 | Fax:- 06 367 6261.



Waitarere Beach

Get out

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