Some Photos of the Tanekaha Falls/Puriri Walk last weekend
Let your dog enjoy being a dog! A short drive from Mangawhai, the lush beauty of a working farm awaits you and your dog, an off lead rumble and tumble adventure! Saturday’s Doggie Walk is a good farm walk Sunday’s Doggie Day Out is a very short walk with long play time for dogs and morning […]
From the road, Bald Rock looks like a huge sphere beckoning passing walkers. Take the two kilometre climb up this distinctive outcrop to experience 360 degree panoramic views from the Kaipara Harbour to Mangawhai. Read More One of the great walks on offer at Mangawhai Walking Weekend 24-26 March
Some walks are full, here is a summary of those which still have room for you! Thanks so much to all of you who have booked one or more places on this year’s walking programme. We have had a great response right from when the booking office opened. Not got round to it yet? Well […]
Join us on this ramble over Bream Tail Farm Park. With native bush blocks, stunning coastal views and excellent facilities, this is a rare opportunity to see behind the gates of one of Mangawhai’s finest coastal and working farm developments. First time open to our walkers! More
Enjoy the fun of a unique stand up paddle boarding eco adventure on the beautiful estuary, boards still available..give it a go!
Some seats left on the bus.. into the secret world of the Blokes Sheds! So secret they will not tell us what you may see in 2017. Here is a peek of a few of the 2016 sheds!
What made the big rock at surf beach white? What made large vertical columns on the shoreline ? Ancient archways and rock formations..walk, learn, discover on the Geology Walk ..one of my favourites !!
And for Valentines Day… An extraordinary tale of a family and their love of the land over many generations. Featured on Country Calendar Be inspired by innovative and sustainable farming – for thirty years this farmer has been using sustainable techniques and diversifying the farm’s outputs, to cater for the expanding family. A few spaces […]
Thanks to Local Matters who have done this video introduction to the Mangawhai Walking Weekend