Animals present are pigs and goats.
This block is part of the Gabriels Gully Historic Reserve north of Lawrence.
The block is covered with beech/tawhai forest, and mānuka scrub, and is surrounded by exotic forest.
No fires to be lit in the open without a fire permit. Extinguish all fires before leaving huts and campsites.
Access is via Gabriels Gully Road from Lawrence. The road is suitable for all vehicles to the car park area at Grey’s Dam. From here access to the hunting block is on foot via a walking track above the dam.
Hunting is not permitted in any of the historic part of Gabriels Gully below Grey’s Dam.
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Dogs are allowed in this block with a hunting permit. Dogs must be kept on a lead while in the historic part of Gabriels Gully. If accessing the block over private land, you must have landholder permission to take your dog.
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