Introduction

Enjoy a short walk through native forest rich in kahikatea, tōtara, beech, matai, tawa and kowhai. Plenty of native birds to see as well.

Track overview

Walking and tramping

1 hr 30 min - 2 hr Easiest: Short walk

About this track

Description

This 16.5 ha reserve is a mixed podocarp and beech remnant, rich in kahikatea, tōtara, beech, matai, tawa and kowhai. Native birds are plentiful, with spring being a good time to visit as tūi and bellbirds are attracted to the many flowering kowhai trees.

You'll need to climb down a bank and cross a stream to start the track. The track itself is easily walked as it climbs and descends to the picturesque Tangarewai Stream.

Use the facilities provided for picnicking and barbecuing after you’ve enjoyed a walk or swim in the reserve.

Getting there

From SH50, west of Waipukurau, turn into Ashley Clinton Rd. Turn to the right when you reach a fork in this road.

Contacts

Ahuriri / Napier Office
Phone:   +64 6 834 3111
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Email:   napier@doc.govt.nz
Address:   59 Marine Parade
Napier 4110
Postal Address:   PO Box 644
Napier 4140
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