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Tongariro National Park Out?

March 1, 2000 at 11:36 pm by xoanon  - 

We’ve seen an actor get fired, yet have we seen a location get fired?

Extremely reliable sources inform that filming at Tongariro National Park, the oldest National Park in New Zealand, may not be happening as previously reported.

My source tells me that due to the remote local, and the amount of equipment, people and horses (does that count as equipment or people?) are making it less and less of a realistic local.

There has also been problems with the DOC (Department of Conservation) they aren’t to keen on letting 400 + people roam around protected land as well.

Click here for our semi-updated locations section.

Posted in Old Main News on March 1, 2000 by

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