Unleash your creativity, plan projects from all angles, and create centralized hubs of information to keep everyone in the loop. You’ll now follow a scenic coastal path until you reach Kuakarau Bay. In this list, we’ve put together a mix of walks easy to access from the passenger ferry terminal, as well as others that are worth hiring a vehicle or taking the bus for. Mount Te Aroha Summit Track. A walk that takes in the historic Korokoro Dam, regenerating and mature native bush. A mix of walking tracks and residential streets provide a great taste to Waiheke Island coastal scenery in around 2 hours. Please click. While staying at the Te Miro Woolshed our guests will have access to our unique, motocross track, horse arena, x country paddock, farm ride and marked walking track.

Situated behind the huge Onetangi Beach, a network of walking trails takes you through a mix of kauri, nikau palms and manuka forest. Cross the beach then follow the markers uphill onto Vintage Lane.

It’s the best way to soak up the coastal and forest scenery on Waiheke Island. The Te Miro Mountain Bike Park is in the hills midway between Morrinsville and Cambridge. Please follow signs and avoid this section of the track as it is quite muddy at the moment. Complementing the unique natural features of the track is the variety of accommodation available along the track and the water transport services which allow your luggage to be transferred each day, whether you are walking or biking. Pick a clear day and pack snacks, drinks, warm windproof clothing and your camera. Walking Track Tramping Track: Te Aroha Mountain Track (lower part known as Bald Spur Track) Easy tramping track There is also a nice new toilet at the car park. Location: Access is via the top of Goodwin Avenue and Queen’s Drive. Not suitable for mountain buggies. The mountain bike tracks are maintained by the Te Miro Mountain Bike Club. Dogs OK - keep them under control and remove droppings. There are some excellent coastal views along the way. No dogs. This track ascends almost 1 km.

The Kaimai-Mamaku Conservartion Park begins just above the lookout. Not suitable for mountain buggies. Continue on to the bridge over Cannons Creek then a steady climb back up to Takapu Road for great views over Porirua Harbour. Karapiro Dam Scenic Tour.

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Here at Te Miro Woolshed we pride ourselves on being a family owned and operated business and we love sharing our piece of paradise with you. Return the same way or exit via Oakleigh Street. Here at Cornerstone Alpacas we offer farm visits where you... Free. Hikes in the reserve range from 10 minutes to 2 hours one way. Toitū Te Whenua Parks Network Plan 2020-2030 – Have your say, Māori history of the Greater Wellington region, Stream health assessment kits for schools, Biodiversity funding and support in our region, Hutt and Wainuiomata/Orongorongo water collection areas, Parangarahu Lakes Area Co-Management Plan, Wellington Regional Biodiversity Framework, Greater Wellington Regional Pest Management Plan 2019-2039, Predator Free Wellington – proud partners, Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WellingtonNZ), 2016 Economic Development Conference Presentations, Wellington Region Flood Warning Service Review, Wellington Regional Erosion Control Initiative, Korokoro Valley pine plantation logging operation, Adventure Smart - Walking http://www.adventuresmart.org.nz/land-adventures/walking-and-hiking.asp. About Us | Please follow signs and avoid this section of the track as it is quite muddy at the moment. This track is as much about a walking/biking holiday as it is an environmental, cultural and lifestyle experience. Turn right onto Te Whau Drive and follow the road to the Hitapa Bay walkway leading steeply down to the beach. Not suitable for mountain buggies. Home | Site Map |  Privacy Policy |  Contact Us, Last Updated: Thursday, 23 January 2020 13:33, Grassed bank suitable for picnicking with view of water reservoir, Choose from various track options and enjoy views of the native bush and water reservoir. The original route between Normandale and Pauatahanui, the Old Coach Road starts at the top of Normandale Road and crosses Belmont Regional Park (including Waitangirua Farm) via a road sized track. With trail names such as 'Big Red', 'Ready or Not' and 'Kaimai Kurla', the tracks are sure to be entertaining - some with technical single track sections and steep downhills, others with …

Follow the track from the Mokena Geyser in the Te Aroha Domain up the well benched track for 45 minutes to the Whakapipi Lookout which offers views over the Hauraki Plains. Our all weather venue provides the perfect vibe for a relaxed and entertaining wedding while making sure your special day goes without a hitch. Follow the track to Sandy Bay. Continue along the coast to Church Bay and, when you get to the end, follow the track along the fence line to the top of the hill towards Church Bay Road.

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You'll love the PD track and Gobblers Knob, both intermediate down-slope trails with nice berms and plenty of room so you can get up a bit of speed. There is now a really nice beginners track that goes around the reservoir and other trails have been improved. Location: Access along Trig Hill Road or Waiheke Road. You will need to cross several streams.

The dam was the first gravity fed concrete dam in New Zealand, built to supply water for the Petone Borough in 1903. Built from Rimu milled on the farm, the current building plays host to your perfect wedding day including the ceremony and reception. Track work is underway at Te Miro Forest between Kiwitahi and Te Miro.

Tui Domain Track. Colors indicate trail is missing specified detail. Not suitable for mountain buggies as you need to cross several stiles. We don't have any videos of this trail yet. This work is mainly taking place on the mountain bike track on the opposite side of the dam to the main carpark. (We recommend starting at the entrance on Trig Hill Road and making your way down.

To meet the team please click here. Worth the effort, this half-day hike offers great views round the Hutt valley, Wellington and Porirua harbours and towards the South Island. Set up over 4 years ago we have come along way in establishing a membership base or all ages and abilities in all disciplines of mountain biking. This evenly graded track follows an old steel pipeline from the Cornish Street entrance upstream through mature and regenerating bush to the Korokoro Dam. Built from Rimu milled on the farm, the current building plays host to your perfect wedding day including the ceremony and reception. Didn't spot any Hobbits - they live just down the road!

Te Miro Mtb Track, Te Miro, New Zealand. Not suitable for mountain buggies. Keep them under control and remove droppings. Turn right on Magaret Reeve lane which leads down to Okoka (Dead Dog) Bay.

Belmont Regional Park offers walks over rolling hills, through bush-clad valleys and across farmland. Please keep to the designated route. Then follow Great Barrier Road and turn on Empire Avenue through the McKenzie Reserve. You must be well prepared when walking on conservation land, especially on longer day walks. Trailforks scans users ridelogs to determine the most popular direction each trail is ridden. Wide range of trails from grade 2 family trail through to Downhill trails and a top level set of BMX jumps Follow Church Bay Road through Alison Park to Oneroa village. Cambridge to Karapiro Te Awa Walk/Cycle Way.

Note the map below is indicative only - more detailled maps are available on the mountain bike club website. LEGEND Network of trails present for the past 20 years or so on Matamata Piako District Council land, recently legalised by the recently formed Te Miro Mountain Bike Club. Support Us |

You can download a map of this walk from the right of this screen. No dogs. In the event of bad weather we have you covered with our newly converted rustic stables for your ceremony  and our large roll down sides for cooler weather. The Te Miro MTB Club is a volunteer-driven organisation that works to promote and facilitate Mountain Biking in the Te Miro and wider Waikato region.

Giving good views of the proposed Transmission Gully motorway route, the walk follows the farm track around to the left passing regenerating native forest and new plantings. Best Bike Trails | Tie up your hiking boots (Ok, so it’s more like your trail runners on Waiheke) and hit the walking trails of Waiheke Island! You must login to contribute content.The following content can be added. Start at the Onetangi Sports Park and follow the track on the righthand side of O’Brien Road. There are still plenty of other tracks that are open though for riders to enjoy. Walk closed August-November for lambing. OK for backpacks. So what are the walks on Waiheke Island? Return the same way.

One thing we keep hearing from our guests and couples is how much fun they had at Te Miro Woolshed and they loved the 'chill vibe' atmosphere that was created by the staff and venue itself. Take a guided tour through beautiful and historic Cambridge Town.... from $35. This evenly graded track follows an old steel pipeline from the Cornish Street entrance upstream through mature and regenerating bush to the Korokoro Dam. Our mature trees and landscaped gardens provide plenty of shade over the summer months for our guests to mix and mingle under.

There is a nice new beginners trail that goes right around the reservoir. Return via farmland and forest, enjoying tawa, kahikatea and rimu.