Amazingly tall trees, rushing rivers, a wide variety of habitats and a fascinating past combine to create Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Park. This was one of New Zealand’s most famous conservation battlegrounds, where people actively fought to save a magnificent native podocarp forest.
Today Whirinaki’s beauty is protected for everyone to enjoy through a comprehensive network of walks, tracks and huts with a range of opportunities for visitors.
Public Notice: Conservation (Whirinaki Conservation Park: Vehicles) Regulations 2011
The Director-General of Conservation gives notice under regulation 8 of the Conservation (Whirinaki Conservation Park: Vehicles) Regulations 2011 that the riding of bicycles is authorised on the following walking track:
Moerangi Track as described in Schedule 1 of the Regulations.
This notice remains in force until further notice.
Te Urewera/Whirinaki Area Office
Acting under written delegation from the Director-General of Conservation
20 June 2011