Northland region

Trounson Kauri Park. Photo: Tony Lilleby.

Trounson Kauri Park

Map showing Northland region.

Trounson Kauri Park is a mainland island. The restoration project includes a 586-hectare forest reserve and farmland. The project aims to restore the former richness of native biodiversity this forest once boasted, and to let visitors enjoy a glimpse of what pristine kauri forests were once like.

The reserve is home to several threatened species, such as North Island brown kiwi, kūkupa (NZ pigeon), pekapeka (bats) and kauri snails. It also incorporates a magnificent dense stand of kauri that has long been recognised as one of the best examples in the country.

Alert/Important notice

 Kauri dieback is present at Trounson Kauri Park

Please see the Kauri Dieback website to find out how you can help stop its spread.

Location

Trounson Kauri Park is located in western Northland, 40 km north of Dargaville.
 
 

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Maps

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Kauri trees

Stop the spread of didymo
Check, Clean, Dry
all items before entering, and when moving between, waterways.

Safety

Follow the Outdoor Safety Code:
1. Plan your trip
2. Tell someone
3. Be aware of the weather
4. Know your limits
5. Take sufficient supplies

Alerts for Northland places

Tips for driving on unsealed roads

Contacts

Te Tai Kauri / Kauri Coast Office
Phone:      +64 9 439 3450
Email:   dargaville@doc.govt.nz
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