Farmed areas closed between July to 30 September for lambing and calving. Keep out of signposted areas and the tracks across them during this time.
Time: 12 min return
Distance: 355 m
A short walk through regenerating shrubland. Suitable for wheelchairs.
Time: 15 min
Distance: 500 m
Panoramic coastal views to the Marlborough Sounds, Kapiti Island and the Kapiti coast.
Time: 45 min
Distance: 1.6 km
Walk through a remnant of the kohekohe forest that once covered much of the Kapiti coast, return along the farm race.
Time: 40 min
Distance: 1.2 km
Climb to a lookout over the farm and coast. From the lookout you can view the site of Camp McKay and the old water reservoir.
Distance: 13.4 km
Walk the uphill mountain bike track or the horse riding track to Campbell's Mill Road. Follow Campbell’s Mill Road into Maungakotukutuku Valley Road, Waterfall Road and Emerald Glen Road back to Whareroa Farm.
Distance: 2 km
Category: Grade 3 / Intermediate
This track offers spectacular views of the Kapiti coast and Kapiti Island as it winds down through regenerating bush to the carpark. From there bikers can access Queen Elizabeth Park in 2 minutes via the highway underpass.
Distance: 4.1 km
Category: Grade: 2 / Easy
Follow the track Campbell’s Mill Road.
These are shared-use tracks. Follow the mountain bikers code: respect others, respect the rules, respect the track.
Distance: 2.5 km
This track starts at Campbell's Mill Road and is an easy uphill ride through the farm.
Gate access: Equestrian access through Whareroa Farm and along Campbell’s Mill Road is controlled by locked gates. To rent a key contact Kapiti Coast District Council, Phone: +64 4 296 4700. Leave gates as you find them.
This is shared-use track. Watch for walkers.
The main entrance to Whareroa Farm is via the Queen Elizabeth Park off-ramp about 3.5 km north of Paekakariki on SH1.
These interesting short and overnight walks are great options for getting outdoors with children.
Venture through this old, but still working, sheep and beef farm and recreation reserve for stunning views of the Kapiti landscape, to see restoration work in action and learn about the local wildlife.