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Percy's Reserve

Western Hutt Road | Korokoro, Wellington 6008, New Zealand
+64 4-570 6666
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Great place for an adventure

Theres lots going on in this reserve. From a waterfall and bush walk to picnic areas and a lake... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2017
Anthony G
,
Wellington, New Zealand
via mobile
Percy's Reserve Western Hutt Road, Korokoro, Wellington

A beautiful reserve. Ideal for families and picnics. Duck pond but no feeding them. Did a walk... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2016
TriciaVW
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Wellington, New Zealand
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LOCATION
Western Hutt Road | Korokoro, Wellington 6008, New Zealand
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+64 4-570 6666
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Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

Theres lots going on in this reserve. From a waterfall and bush walk to picnic areas and a lake with ducks. Its a little bit outside of the city near Petone but i think has a bit more to offer than some of the other...More

Thank Anthony G
Reviewed 27 April 2016

A beautiful reserve. Ideal for families and picnics. Duck pond but no feeding them. Did a walk up to the waterfall, stunning, peaceful and relaxing. Put our feet in the water where the waterfall is. Cold but grounding. Had tingling, toasty warm feet afterwards. Different...More

Thank TriciaVW
Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

A picturesque walk within easy access from Wellington or the Hutt Valley. Adequate parking available and shirt walks are family oriented.

Thank David B
Reviewed 27 October 2015 via mobile

A beautiful area to walk and take in the native flora & fauna. Provides a good perspective of the local bush, coupled with the history of the previous use of the area. Take a walk at least to the waterfall.

Thank Farmer C
Reviewed 27 August 2015

When I came here for the first time, I wondered why I had never come before! On a nice day, it's great to come here for walks or a picnic. There's a weta cave (for the brave!), a waterfall walk, lake with swans and ducks,...More

Thank shellsberight
Reviewed 19 May 2014

Percy's Scenic Reserve is a lovely place to have a picnic. It has a lovely lawn area, lake with swans and ducks and a lovely bush area, which meanders up the hill. There are lots of little private areas with flowers going off from the...More

Thank Barb10_12
Reviewed 16 May 2014

There are pretty garden areas and areas for picnics and walking tracks through the bush to a waterfall and it is so peaceful. - Just perfect for a day out with kids. You can play foodball on the lawns or just show the kids the...More

Thank maiki92
Reviewed 6 November 2012

We take our very elderly friends for a picnic afternoon tea to the Percy Reserve on a beautiful day. Seats for the oldies in the shade, gentle walks for zimmerframes and shufflers, ducks to feed, beautfiul plantings to admire. Enough open space too for our...More

Thank Julie M
Reviewed 29 August 2012

Percys Reserve caters to visitors who just want a tranquil walk around the bush areas, or to feed the ducks. We have attended two weddings there and they were just fabulous with the gorgeous surroundings and the birdsong in the background.

Thank DragonflyDreamer
Reviewed 12 May 2012

Percy's Reserve has to be one of those best kept secrets in Lower Hutt that people love but don't tell anyone in case it gets too popular and crowded. You can walk to it from Petone Train Station in about 10 minutes by crossing the...More

Thank Cosmo132
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