Waterfall on Warren's Track

Image: Terry Smith | ©


Warren's Track is a gently graded climb to a waterfall and good swimming spots.

Track overview

Walking and tramping

1 hr one way Easy: Walking track

Dog access

Dogs with a DOC permit for recreational hunting or management purposes only
  • Stop kauri dieback and protect kauri
    • Kauri dieback disease is spread through soil.
    • Scrub soil off shoes and gear and check it's all removed before you go.
    • Use a cleaning station when you enter and leave.
    • Always stay on the track.

    How you can help save kauri

  • Check you are pest-free

    Check, clean, and seal your gear to ensure you don't bring pests, soil, and seeds.

    See island biosecurity requirements.

About this track


Warren’s Track is a gently graded climb to a waterfall. The stream offers deep pools good for swimming. It continues on through kauri plantation before joining Bridle Track, which leads to the FitzRoy store.

The Bridle Track is an alternative to walking the road. It's an easy grade through indigenous and exotic forest. The lower section is rocky and can be rough and uneven under foot.

Getting there

The track starts and ends on Kaiaraara Road, just south of Port FitzRoy.


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