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Te Arai Regional Park

Be sure you know everything you need to know before joining us on this trip - trip grading, the gear you need, departure point, emergencies, etc. See the Day Walk info page.

Payment: Please pay in cash on the day if you can – it saves our Club volunteers work. If you forget, don’t worry, we’ll give you the details for an electronic payment.

Return times: Normally 5-7pm, but 6-8pm for trips advertised as “late finish”. However, any trip can be delayed through injury, traffic etc. It’s best not to plan anything for the early evening.

Sunday 02 April 2023

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Auckland’s northernmost regional park, recently extended both north and south. Beaches, dune lakes, pine forest. If lucky, you might spot fairy terns or dolphins.

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From car park at Eyres Point, Te Arai Regional Park, climb to Te Arai trig for breath taking coastal views. Pass through regenerating bush past Te Arai Point Lake and into the exotic forest following a walkway out to Western Boundary Road. Continue past Slipper and Spectacle Lakes and into more plantations bordering Tomorata Lake and Poutawa Stream. Emerge on to the beach and proceed north to Forestry Road car park then over Te Arai Point to return to the car park. Time 6-7 hrs. 

Swim a possibility somewhere along the way.

Western Boundary Road can be very muddy in places. Good walking shoes / boots required.

Leader: Martin Woodhead Ph 021 397 734

Transport: Club bus, Driver: Suresh Nanu

Destination: Te Arai Regional Park car park – end Te Arai Point Road

Departure: 8.00 am Club Garage, 31 Sandringham Rd, Kingsland

8.15 am Des Swann Drive (from Motorway, Esmonde Rd, left to Fred Thomas, right to Des Swann)
8.25 am Painton Road, Silverdale (Park n Ride)

North Shore pickups on request to driver or leader only

Cost: $25 members, non-members $30

Low Tide: 10.40am

Note: Early Start, Late Finish