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Go and explore
Look out for the Guardian Post when you get there. On it you'll find a special code word - write it down.
Getting there: Huriawa Peninsula is in Karitane, 40 km (35 min) north of Dunedin via SH1. The pā site has an entrance at the end of Sulisker Street. There are a number of tracks on the peninsula providing plenty of variety.
Claim your reward
Tell us the Huriawa Peninsula code word to receive a Kiwi Guardians certificate and medal for this adventure.
Put the medal on your back pack or pencil case to show everyone the adventure you've had.
Each Kiwi Guardians place has a different medal - see how many you can collect.
About Huriawa Peninsula
There are accessible public toilets and a pirate themed playground at the Karitane Domain (by the harbour on Barvas Street). There is good car parking next to the Domain, and also at the junction of Old Head Street and Sulisker Street (close to the wharf).
Dogs are welcome but must be on a lead. This is an exposed coastal site. Take care around cliff edges.
Huriawa is owned by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and managed by Kāti Huirapa Rūnaka ki Puketeraki with the support of DOC as a result of the Ngāi Tahu Claims Settlement Act (1998).
See Huriawa Peninsula on Kāti Huirapa Rūnaka ki Puketeraki website.