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It is a great walk through this free park. There are many large kauri to view, including two of the largest in the North Island that are at the start of the walk (by the museum). The path is easy to follow and there is...More
The first time you see a kauri tree it’s impressive . ...it’s not as big as the redwoods of California or the Ceiba in Costa Rica but it still make you wonder .
There is a walk which takes about 30 minutes through a kauri...More
The stop has some 15-30 minute circuit walks with a few viewing platforms. The giant Kauri is the main attraction, and although mostly gone, we are fortunate to see the remnants of a once great forest. There is a fungicidal footbath upon entry and exit,...More
We did not go inside the museum, so I am only reviewing the forest walk. There are two huge kauri trees that can be viewed from the car park. I wanted to see them before going to the Kauri Coast, just in case the kauri...More
We were staying nearby at Mahurangi Olives and having seen this signposted as we drove through Warkworth decided to pop in and take a look. We were very pleasantly surprised. The large kauri tree is easily accessible and the boardwalk through the forest very interesting....More
A walk through the forest, surrounded by the amazing trees was beautiful.... The trail was very easy to follow, even for kids. There were a few pit stop for everyone to experience the beautiful forest. And the huge Kauri tree was just great.
A step back in time through a native forest,the walk made easier for many with a well maintained boardwalk throughout and viewing platforms.Huge Kauri trees. Beautiful views of the sky through the leafy canopy, birdsong,very peaceful and a great picnic spot nearby. We use to...More
Great pit stop for everyone and quick visit to see a 800 plus year old Kauri Tree which can be seen from Carpark.
If you have time the museum is very interesting and Lorna at the Gift Shop has great gifts to buy.