Forest Road
Walks - Listing

Port Fitzroy to Whangaparapara A popular trek for both trampers and mountain bikers, providing a wide array of beautiful bush and mountain views. The track can be started from Whangaparapara Road and Kaiaraara Bay Road. It can also be accessed … Read More

The Wingman Festival
Event

MUSIC ~ REMEMBER ~ CREATE ~ LOVE ~ LIVE ~ The Wingman Festival is landing! Aotea introduces it’s inaugural music festival in loving memory of our very own Shaney B. Do not miss this incredible, never before seen event in … Read More

Johnson’s Bay & Ruahine Lookout
Walks - Listing

Reach the end of Cape Barrier Road, park up and follow the marked track to Johnson’s Bay. There is a sign that says private access, park up before this and walk past the sign to find the trail. After Johnson’s bay … Read More

Te Ahumata Peak Great Barrier Island, four female trampers
Te Ahumata Track & Summit
Walks - Listing

Discover interesting flora and panoramic views at the top of Te Ahumata (398 m). This track follows an old mining road between Whangaparapara and Blind Bay roads. To start this track along Blind Bay road to Okupu, there is a … Read More

Conscious Travel
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Unlike many unlucky destinations around the world, we are untouched

Kowhai Valley Track
Walks - Listing

Why not take the slow scenic route from Tryphena to Medlands? Take a beautiful bush walk or exhilarating downhill mountain bike ride from Rosalie Bay Road to Medlands beach. Or connect up from the Station Rock track along the ridgeline … Read More

Station Rock Lookout
Walks - Listing

Great on a sunny day, as you are walking in the forest most of the time. You can park at the start of the track, near the highest point on Medlands Road between Medlands Beach and Tryphena. The track starts … Read More

The Aotea Track
Walks - Listing

Offers a range of spectacular landscapes, superb views and rich history. Travel over streams that show off a constant spectacle of beautiful native bush; tranquil wetlands; and the surviving forests of kauri, rimu and kahikatea with their special plants and … Read More

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