The Te Kere Haka Track follows the shore of Lake Wakatipu.

Track overview

Walking and tramping

1 hr Easy: Walking track

Dog access

Dogs on a leash only

About this track


Te Kere Haka Track in Kingston. Photo: Eiji Kitai.
View from the Te Kere Haka Track in Kingston

The Te Kere Haka Track winds along the lake front from the Te Kere Haka Reserve, offering great views of Lake Wakatipu and the Hector Mountains.

The first 30 minutes of the track are within the reserve boundary. Private land lies beyond, access permission must be obtained from Allendale Station to continue further.

Getting there

Kingston is 45 minutes drive south of Queenstown. The Te Kere Haka Reserve is at the far end of the township past the railway station.

Know before you go

The Te Kere Haka Track has stream crossings and may be wet and muddy in places.

Dogs are allowed within the reserve boundary but must be on a lead.



Whakatipu-wai-Māori / Queenstown Visitor Centre
Phone:   +64 3 442 7935
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Address:   50 Stanley Street
Postal Address:   PO Box 811
Queenstown 9348
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