News: October 2016
Below is a list of our latest kawepūrongo . If you have a media or communications query, contact Stephen Day, our Communications Manager | Kaiwhakahaere Whakapā on 04 815 8517 or email@example.com
Economist Benje Patterson: bike tourism in plantation forests
Each year thousands of people explore our outdoors on bike. The average bike tourist spends 3 or 4 days on their holiday. And many of them explore our plantation forests.
Horse access to Kennedy’s Bush Track
Horse riders now have access along Kennedy’s Bush Track, thanks to some compelling advocacy by public access campaigner Peter Hurst.
Walkway easements clear path for Kawatiri Coastal Trail
Buller is celebrating the Kawatiri Coastal Trail reaching its halfway mark. The Charleston — Westport Coastal Trail Trust opened the first 22km of the trail
Cyclone Gabrielle: possible track damage
Take care in the wake of Cyclone Gabrielle. Do not put pressure on our emergency services by walking on tracks that are closed.
New Mahia walkway celebrates the return of fish to awa
"We have retired over 150ha and planted over 250,000 trees. We have received international awards. But until we built the walkway, we could not share it with anybody."
Connecting the Dots — creating a trails network across the Coromandel Peninsula
The Coromandel Cycle Trails Collective hopes to expand its regional trail network to 400 km in the next ten years.
Get outdoors on World Car-Free Day
We asked our regional field advisors to share their favourite walking and cycling trails – but only those that can be reached without a car.
Access to Waipara Vineyard Trail protected for the future
The Waipara Vineyard Trail — Mountford Estate walkway was gazetted last week. This provides enduring access over part of the popular Waipara Vineyard Trail.
More funding support for trail facilities and Matariki
If you know any trails that share a mīharo view of the sky and Matariki but are just missing facilities — now is the time to encourage applications.