Photograph by Jan Kupka
We are currently at Alert Level 1, all tracks are open except for the tracks in the new land, which is not yet open to the public. Please do not enter the new land under any circumstances. There are no sheep grazing in the park at current.
It is now fire season, and we ask all Park users to be extra vigilant.
There is a community mulching day on Saturday 31st October from 9am to 11:30 am in the harvested area near the Te Hau Valley (Giant) Redwoods. Other upcoming volunteer mulching days will be posted on this page, and we are also seeking individuals to join in helping with the rongoā garden on a monthly basis. For more details click HERE or contact Sara Shaw to register your interest.
Tracks are officially reopened
The tracks through the harvested areas are now open! These areas are not without risks and we urge you to:
- Please stay on the tracks
- Do not climb on the mulch piles or slash heaps
We are working on replanting these areas with native trees so please be mindful of the new plantings as well. Thank you!
There are no sheep in the Park currently.
When sheep are in the park:
Please keep your dogs under control and in your sight at all times. Dogs that are prone to running off or worrying sheep MUST be on a lead.
If you are mountain biking in the park please look out for the sheep, especially if you are going at speed.