Follow this, then up to the end of Darch Point Road where a well-defined track follows the headland around to the jetty at McLeod Bay. Detour off the beach to Ruakaka Town Centre, Marsden Point Rd. Then-Prime Minister, Jim Bolger whisked a yellow tarpaulin off a local volcanic stone embedded with lines from A. R.D. A further 7km brings you to Waikare landing, and Waikare Valley Rd directly opposite. From Whananaki North village, there’s a track next to the school which leads to the footbridge. There's an electrified gate to go through, easily done using the plastic insulated handle - leave it as you find it. This trail is also known as The Long Pathway. From Cape Reinga to Bluff. Please note that once you near the coast, it is private land between the road and the beach so, unfortunately, walking the beach is not an option here - please stick to the road. Follow the road through the Waitangi Golf Course past the Waitangi Treaty Grounds and continue down to the Waitangi Bridge. Te Araroa's northern terminus in the North Island is at Cape Reinga, which is accessible by road. Halfway along the ridgeline, there is the track exiting to the north/Ocean Beach Road and another going steeply down to the south & Peach Cove (DOC hut - not included in back-country hut pass). For forest hygiene and visitor safety reasons it is requested that in Omahuta and Puketī Forests camping is restricted to the sites recommended by DOC - those being Apple Dam and Puketī Forest HQ (eastern edge of Puketī Forest). Transport is available for large groups please contact Sheryl on peter1.sheryl@gmail.com. Please stick to the trail and avoid closed areas. The stream through a gorge and is subject to flash floods in heavy rain. From the northern end of Reotahi Bay, there is a dirt track heading off the side of Reotahi Beach Road. Details for contact are to Bernard, his email address is. The last kilometre, before the Morepork Track joins onto the Onekainga Track, requires a little more focus, as you will have left the well-benched track and are now following a smaller, less obvious track where some sections get worked over by wild pigs. Uretiti Beach DOC Campsite - located between the beach and SH 1, 5km north of Waipu - P: 09 432 1051 - Campsites, toilets, water, cold showers. The Onekainga section of this track is on private land - bush and farm. 1 or 2 bedrooms self-contained and self-catering apartment. The track passes through the Waitangi Endowment Forest - part of New Zealand’s conservation estate, a further gift to the nation by Lord Bledisloe, in 1936. From there, follow Aucks Rd for 4.5km to its junction with the Russell-Whakapara Rd. Note: If the sea conditions are good, an alternative is to sea kayak from Ngunguru to Pataua North. Ahipara Bay Motel - 22 Reef View Rd - P: 09 409 4888 or 0800 906 453 - E: An unnamed highpoint of 727m (past a junction with a track leading north on a route out to SH1), Vehicles on road or track. Te Araroa's northern terminus in the North Island is at Cape Reinga, which is accessible by road. It’s worth the short detour to the viewing platform. Follow the markers/stiles northeast before turning south to sidle around Maungaparerua (241m), with its wide outlook across the Bay of Islands. Turn east onto Omahuta Road and walk 5km to the junction with Jacksons Road & Omahuta Forest Roads. The track leaves the road and circles around a paddock fenceline to reach a stop bank on the side of the Whananaki Estuary. Note: a freedom camping bylaw is in place that prohibits camping in this carpark. Kaitaia is the most northern gateway town to Cape Reinga, servicing a population of approximately 5200. There one can view the 27m high Rainbow Falls that tumble over the basalt lava fields which flowed into the river valley after long past volcanic eruptions. From Marsden Point, walk south along the beach (low tide is best). James Johnston is your host at this beautiful spot on the southern shore of the Ngunguru Estuary. Please ensure at all times that you do not enter private property. Some local accommodation places will provide transfers. Along the way it takes in some of New Zealand’s most spectacular scenery, more than 20 towns and cities, and many significant cultural sites such as the Waitangi Treaty Grounds and Whanganui River. Wet weather bypass option: Continue south (from Omahuta Road turnoff) on SH1 for 22km, turn left into Puketī Road and walk 9km to Waiare Rd, turn left and walk a further 2.5km to rejoin the Te Araroa route onto the Mangakaretu Track (Puketōtara Farm). Very close to Ocean Beach and all scenic walking tracks. If you've just come through Russell Forest there's another 8 hours to go till the next campground at Whananaki. Derek Miller lives in Haruru Falls and is happy to provide assistance to TA walkers - transport etc anywhere between Puketi and Russell Forests Derek - spikebowler@hotmail.com 0212 544 919 or 09 402 7717, Paihia to Opua Coastal Walkway PDF download. Te Araroa is NZ's walk of a lifetime. P: 432 8668 or 021 233 6748). Two other DOC tracks diverge from the Herekino Forest track - a tramp from Herekino Saddle through to the Kaitaia-Awaroa Road via Pukepoto Access Road takes 6.5hrs, and the tramp through to Larmer Road end, via the Kaitaia Walkway takes 11 hours. As there is additional mileage involved and a driver has to do a pickup, the cost is more than a usual day trip. Take care using the water and check all taps are off - water gets very low in summer. 50 odd KM to go and the Northland section of Te Araroa is done and dusted. That’s the one to follow. The taxi dropped us off on a back road and we had an easy walk along dirt roads through more perfect farmland to Takahue. Take care on Pirau Ridge Road as vehicles and cyclists also use this road. It offers both beachfront tent sites and other tent sites with spectacular views overlooking the whole beach, as well as well set up caravans. DOC Puketi Recreation Area - is located in Puketi Forest, near the Puketi Forest Hut. 150mtrs from restaurants, cafes, bus stop and shopping. $15 per night per adult. Tuatahi Airport Shuttle - Alex Nankivell - P: 021 08753196. Note: When on farm tracks you may encounter some closed gates, and often, stretchy electrified wires - carefully use the plastic handles to open and leave gates open or closed as you found them. Where the stream finally intersects the Russell Forest Walkway, follow signage left (east) out to Papakauri Road/Russell Road. Endless Summer Lodge, 245 Foreshore Road, Ahipara, 09-4094181. Never put animals in a corner or separate mother and offspring. If conditions are right though, it’s a beautiful walk. This is a detour - see details in trail notes. It is 4.5km from the Webb/Kaiikanui/Mimiwhangata Rd junction down to the coastal park then a further 1km over a hill to the campground. (This connection 13km / 3hr). The first section of the Te Araroa trail - The Northland Region had a beauty all on its own. Puketi Forest Hut - There are several places that you can access the recreational area from. Take care walking on roads, particularly SH1. Kororipo Pa served as a coastal village, a fortified base for war parties and a trading post, Pagoda Lodge & Camping Ground - 81 Pa Rd, Kerikeri - P: 09 407 8617 or M: 021 071 8688 - E: info@pagoda.co.nz, Derek Miller lives in Haruru Falls and is happy to provide assistance to TA walkers - transport etc anywhere between Puketi and Russell Forests - Derek - spikebowler@hotmail.com 0212 544 919 or 09 402 7717, Te Araroa’s first-ever track-opening plaque 7 February 7 1995. The track is well-formed but steep. The spectacular Mavora lakes, the eerie Takitimu Forest and the windswept coast. Please contact him at least 24 hours prior. The Far North is a remote region with long, lonely stretches of sand, forests of dense bush, steep hills and fast-rising rivers, Northland trail notes, including information about accommodation, transport and resupplying. Pick ups and drop offs are at Russell water front four square, or at the waikare inlet. Daily guided tours and Māori cultural performances are available. The tortuous Northland forests. If you encounter a road closed sign or banner across the road, it means you have left the designated walkway and are on the wrong route. Te Araroa - New Zealand's Trail - Northland,Most of Te Araroa’s through-walkers will start their epic journey at Cape Reinga at the northern end of the North Island. From then on, the track is a well-developed and marked bush track. Sheryl also has tenting available for walkers at 228 Waikare Valley Rd (koha/donation please) - call Sheryl, or information at the Russell GAS station. This is a guided trip as there are a few hazards such as a bar crossing at Pataua. Some supplies at the GAS petrol station. Multiple outdoor entertaining areas, swimming pool, pool table, two kitchens and bbq area all at your convenience. The road changes from sealed to 4WD track (at about the 4km mark) and eventually intercepts DOC’s Brynderwyn Walkway (a graded farm track). An alternative is Kerikeri, which has the advantage of being on the trail should you want to leave gear. The wide, gravelled track begins on the lower slopes of Mt Aubrey overlooking Little Munroe Bay. Turn right/south and follow the track along the cliffs and down to the beach. Warning: Some beehives en route, poison and trapping for possums, rats and mustelids occurs within this forest. Great views from here along the coast. From Kaitāia walkers will need to catch a lift (the road walk is very dangerous as it is state highway 1) to Ruaroa Road (5km). Turn left along Pungaere Road past the sign directing you to the Puketi Forest Park. Mangamuka Bridge Dairy - SH 1 Mangamuka Bridge - P: 09 401 9184 - takeaways available. It's a good opportunity to wash your boots and equipment on your way in and out of the forest - Russell Forest has confirmed cases of kauri dieback. Kerikeri is both a beautiful place in the Bay of Islands, and one of New Zealand's most historic sites. Te Araroa Walking Trail. There may be magnificent Charolais bulls grazing. Discover remote villages, magical kauri forests, breathtaking volcanic scenery and bustling cities on New Zealand’s Te Araroa trail. Ngunguru 4 Square - Main Rd, Ngunguru - P: 09 434 3858. From the stream mouth, it is 1 hour upstream to the road should you wish to exit the beach here. Written by: McKenzie Barney. Written by: McKenzie Barney. Te Araroa Trail founder Geoff Chapple, tramping up the Waipapa River, Northland. The route then traverses some soft ridge paddocks in a southeast direction before turning sharply east and dropping steeply down towards Maungaparerua Stream. The first section of the Te Araroa trail - The Northland Region had a beauty all on its own. From the junction, head east on well-formed single track forestry roads (vehicles are rare). This 3000.0 km route stretches from Cape Reinga in the North Island to Bluff, located on the tip of the South Island. Few water sources - carry plenty of water, refill whenever you can. Pataua has a camping ground but Taiharuru is closer to the start of the track. After 5km, turn south on to Bay View Road and walk down to Little Munroe Bay. Then you go over a hill and down a bush line to a marshy area and up a spur onto pasture land. However, take care to avoid getting a shock. Happy to accept Koha (donation). Created with sketchtool. TE ARAROA TRAIL The Te Araroa Trail stretches 3000km from Cape Reinga to Bluff and takes between 4-6 months to complete. The owners are Rupert and Wendy. This takes you all the way into the seaside village of Ngunguru. Near the southern end of the beach, a sand track leads up to a carpark, toilet and Ocean Beach Road. You can then walk up that road to until you come to Takahue Road (6km) and then walk to Takahue (4km) and rejoin the trail. Whananaki Holiday Park, Whananaki North Rd, Whananaki - $14 per night - P: 09 433 8896 - E: whananaki@vodafone.co.nz, Whananaki Beach Store - 2162 Whananaki North Rd, Whananaki Beach - P: 09 433 8466, A 2 B Auckland Airport Direct Shuttle (to/from Whangarei/Matapouri/Tutukaka) - P: 09 459 5221 or 027 273 7307, Matapouri Store - 954 Matapouri Rd, Matapouri Bay - P: 09 434 3706, Has an ATM which sometimes works, and sometimes people can get cash out with EFTPOS purchases from the store, but not with Credit Card purchases. Continue along the ridge to Mt Lion (Matariki) then down a lot of steps to Urquharts Bay, passing the Busby Head loop track. 1km past Nikau Bay Camp you come to a "T junction" in the road giving you 2 options to cross the Horahora River. From Cape Reinga, the track heads towards the West Coast, leading you down past steep cliffs and over rocks to the long, sweeping Te Werahi Beach. From the carpark, follow Urquarts Bay Road north onto Whāngārei Heads Road. New Northland trust to enhance Te Araroa trail experience. From the beach, follow Tip Road west. Created with sketchtool. The trail is one of the world's longest! Follow along to cross a concrete ford over a stream (NB: if water is flowing over the top of it, do not proceed as this means water levels in the Mangapukahukahu gorge will be too dangerous). View my itinerary here . This goes through wetland, bush, and around cliffs to rejoin Aucks Rd just before its junction with the Russell-Whakapara Rd. Beachside Holiday Park - 1290 SH 11, Paihia - P: 09 402 7678 Freecall 0800 55 6660 - E: Vehicles on road or track. This track is a Māori road, a surveyed access into Māori land blocks where the public does not have access by right. I was only doing 500km but still this journey on foot was a few months in the planning and my first adventure since going from Normal to Nomad. Situated in an ideal position for walkers to stay right beside the ocean at our stunningly beautiful Oakura Bay, after walking from Waikare. You end up walking through Bledisloe Park to exit on Tennent Drive, just east of the main entrance to Massey University. Walk northeast to the junction with SH1. Return back to the wet weather bypass around the North of the forest. NO dogs, guns, vehicles, camping or fires. Cross over and down and up a kauri bush gully on a well-benched zig-zaging track. The Raetea Forest has some of the highest peaks in Northland, so expect cloud and rain. Every dollar makes a difference. The Morepork Track is well used by the Department of Conservation for predator control. Photographs, records and models show the huge pipeline that stretches from Marsden Point all the way to Wiri in South Auckland. Note that Sheryl's place is "off the grid" - composting toilet available on request and kauri dieback cleaning facilities available, please make use of these! Turn west and walk 400m along the estuary shoreline. Here you can enjoy glimpses of the magnificent canopy of large native trees below and the coast in the distance. You'll need to text him at least a day in advance to arrange this. Daily guided tours and Maori cultural performances are available. Tea and coffee can be provided at no cost. While there is the occasional short scramble, the track is well-formed and easy (though uphill most of the way) walking. From the historic Kemp House and Stone Store on Kerikeri Basin, leave Kerikeri Road and follow the Kororipo Pā Track, which curves around the headland to the southeast. Please observe any signage and traffic management instruction, particularly when tree-chopping is taking place near the road. The display includes a 130sqm working scale model and an impressive 20 minute light and sound show. More information about Kerikeri please refer to: W: Pagoda Lodge & Luxury Camping - right on the trail, just after the Stone Store, Kerikeri - P: 09 407 8617. The 1,864-mile trek spans the length of New Zealand's two main islands, starting at the northernmost tip at … Puketi Forest Hut Fees - Adult (18+ years): $18 per night, Youth (11-17 years): $9 per night, Child/Infant: (0-10 years): free, Bookings are essential. Follow Ninety Mile Beach south for approximately an hour until you come to Te Paki Stream mouth. After 1.5km look for a grassed Council Reserve on the left where Pātaua South Road runs along the Taiharuru Estuary. The camp has tent sites, and showers/cooking facilities and James can help get you across the estuary via boat/kayak. Find walking maps and guidebooks, self guided walking holidays and hiking tours. At a T-intersection, turn left, follow the road for about 2 km. As long as the weather is clear, walk SE crisscrossing between shoal banks in the stream for 2.5km until meeting up with the Waipapa River. The rock formations & coastal views are spectacular. Discount $75.00 to $60.00. From the open tops high above the Telford Burn Te Araroa through-trampers get their first glimpse towards the south coast. Cottage (10% discount when you mention seeing them on the Te Araroa website), camping also available at $25 with outdoors shower. James at Nikau Bay Camp will provide you with tide times and river crossing info should you decide to chose this Trail option. Detour to Apple dam campsite: if you want to camp, turn right into Kauri Sanctuary Road for 500m. Te Araroa trail from Twizel to Lake Ohau and the East Ahuriri Track is now OPEN. This track leads to Matuku Street. Please respect that walkers are allowed to camp here with permission, be sure to camp on the grassed area of the campsite and don't go into the pine forest to camp. Te Araroa Trail was founded by Geoff Chapple, a journalist and keen tramper who first promoted the idea of … Te Araroa 2: Northland Forests. At this junction head west, leaving Te Wairoa Road and onto Skyline Rd. "Drinks, meals, hot shower, campsites and beds available; and a boat crossing to keep feet dry if the tide's high.". junction of Marsden & Seaview Roads by toilets/carpark), you have 2 options: From the southern end of Haumi Bay, follow the signed track beside/under the bridge and around the coast to the east until you reach Ōpua. Look for the track sign in the bush on the south side. An alternative is Kerikeri, which has the advantage of being on the trail should you want to leave gear. Tramping the full length of the trail generally takes three to six months. Walk southeast up Pā Road and turn northeast into Kerikeri Inlet Road. Turn left into Te Toiroa Road. The last kilometre is an easy gravel farm track bringing you to Kaiikanui Road - turn left (east) here and walk 1km to the start of the Morepork-Onekainga Track. LXM Artist Studio - 1807 Russel Road, Helena Bay. Ngawai and Justin run a fishing charter on the beautiful Oakura Bay beachfront called Oakura Bay Fish Dive and Cruise. The Skyline Road avoids the areas currently scheduled for logging. Stay on this road. Follow the road (looking out for traffic) to Sandy Bay, enjoying the beautiful beaches as you go. The relaxed seaside towns provide comfort for the weary tramper. Created with sketchtool. Immediately south (right) of the junction between Mangapukahukahu and the Waipapa, a track leads up the bank and descends to a shoal where there's a shallow crossing of the main river. Add to cart. Check out my Te Araroa Trail blog and my other tramping/hiking adventures in New Zealand. The private track on the topographical map at the top of Ruru Way is not a shortcut up to Cullen Road from the campsite. Hangi and Concert evenings are scheduled from 1 December to the end of March on Tuesday and Thursday evening. Tickets are purchased on board. Beyond Te Werahi Beach, you will experience gorgeous peach-coloured dunes, unusual dune grasses, and views of Cape Maria Van Diemen and Motuopao Island. - anywhere between Puketi and Russell Forests. It then begins to narrow, and after a further 1km, you must cross the Waikare River. Continue on to cross the river on a swing bridge and follow the track under the SH10 bridge. Generally, there is water available in these locations - in extremely dry times the tank at Twilight Beach may run out so unless you are aware of recent rain, it is advisable to carry enough water from Cape Reinga to reach Maunganui Bluff. Ask when you book. Turn off SH10 at Pungaere Rd, 600m north of Waipapa and follow signs to the camp. Nikau Bay Camp and Cabins - 999 Ngunguru Ford Rd, Ngunguru - P: 021 02421632 (texting preferred) - E: ngunguru@live.com. What is the Te Araroa Trail? Note: Toilets, cafe, phone, accommodation available at the Whāngārei Heads village and at Marsden Cove marina you will find a cafe, toilets and phone facilities. Just over the bank on the other side of it is DOC’s Mangawhai Walkway. Drop Ngawai and Justin a line on 027 46 25872 or oakura@xtra.co.nz. Fully equipped kitchen for use. There's a campsite here. We have a caravan that sleeps three and space for around 10 tent sites. They are supportive of Te Araroa and happy for walkers to stay here however please be sure to pay a $10/night fee (carry some cash) into the secure honesty box so the reputation of Te Araroa is maintained, or this privilege will be at risk. The 1,864-mile trek spans the length of New Zealand's two main islands, starting at the northernmost tip at … This route is a mix of footpaths, grass, easy walking tracks and road berm. It’s a walking track about 3,000 km long from Bluff at the southern tip of the South Island to Cape Reinga at the top of the North Island that was officially opened in 2011. Take care between Diggers Valley Road and Waiotehue Road. At this junction, there are few large trees for markers so it can be missed. Continue on past a WWII naval radar station to the Bream Head/Te Whara summit. This company is based on the beach at Paihia, and if you're going to kayak up to Waikare, Paihia is a better start point than Ōpua. This 3000.0 km route stretches from Cape Reinga in the North Island to Bluff, located on the tip of the South Island. It’s a spiritual place, so very fitting for what lies ahead. The Far North is a remote region with long, lonely stretches of sand facing the Tasman Sea and forests of dense bush, steep hills and fast-rising rivers. The TA trail comes out on a tarmac driveway. Cellphone reception is zero once past Marriott Island so GPS or good map skills are needed. Turn SE on Takahue Saddle Road for 2.5km alongside the Takahue River until the junction with Warner Rd. (The alternative is to try wading between shoal banks in/out of the Waipapa River but there are some deep sections). Email instead, on ngunguru@live.com. From the junction of Russell and Webb Road, follow Webb Road 1km to the start of the Helena Ridge Track. Follow the markers and stiles and watch out for the farm animals. After coming under the bridge, come up from the riverside into the parking bay/picnic area adjacent to SH10. Has an ATM machine, gives cash out to walkers using cards to purchase, but if it's a Credit Card they charge an extra 3% to recover the commission charge. Walk 800m southeast along Whananaki North Road. The boat arrives at Nikau Bay Camp and Cabins. Close to Shops and food at the Mangawhai village. Passenger Ferry: For Paihia - Russell. The camp is ideal day's walk distance from Waikare, They also offer walkers the option of being driven up to restart their trail walking the next morning after a relaxing and enjoyable stay. From the junction with SH1 & Mākene Rd, keep following SH1 for 6.5km. Please take care when opening gates that you leave them as you find them. I could be happy, in blue and fortunate weather, Roaming the country between you and the sun. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 7am - 6pm / Sat: 8.30am - 5pm / Sun: 9am - 3pm (these hours may shorten in winter). Turn right for a few metres then it’s back into the pasture and down a southeastern spur, across a marshy area at the bottom, then straight up by the bushline and over a steep hill. An alternative is Kerikeri, which has the advantage of being on the trail should you want to leave gear. From the Waikare landing, walk Waikare Valley Road past the Waikare School, urupā (cemetery) and farms 3km to a road bridge across the Waikare River. Fresh water, hot water, toilet and shower available. The Northland section of the Te Araroa Trail (TAT) in New Zealand. Te Araroa related: Bluff and Ship Cove: images by Peter Peryer, John Webber and Mark Adams My other website is dedicated to muesli and its variants ! It’s a spiritual place, so very fitting for what lies ahead. Northlanders who open their properties to walkers on the Te Araroa Trail are expecting a busy summer season, despite no new tourism from overseas. From there, the track follows the river bank through a recently harvested area of the forest. 13. P - 022 045 4391. email lxmartist73@gmnail.com Alex and Dave are a friendly, creative couple in Helena Bay. Note: We come through here with agreement from a number of landowners so please respect this and do not make camp anywhere on this track. Matakana Outback – 844 Matakana Valley Rd (just beyond where the trail north leaves the road), 09 422 9514 or 021 831 938 (Kurt). Accommodation option - It is fortunate to provide accommodation in such an isolated forest area, available is a four sleeping cabin, space for tents, campervans or a short stop over for a break. Local Maori know the forest as Orowhana, and the Herkino Saddle as Te Arai, the door, where spirits pause before fleeing north to Cape Reinga. To continue Te Araroa south from this point onwards, you'll need to get across the channel to Marsden Point. There is a possible diversion via a short, steeper track to the Capitaine Bougainville Memorial on the north point of Oruaea Bay. People join up with the Forest Island to Bluff be dangerous, please remove all mud from your.... 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