The Mangawhai Walking Weekend is so much more than Walking, with the Troubadour Trail and the very popular Mangawhai Food and Wine Festival show casing the best that the area has to offer. Held at the Olive Grove in Insley Street on Saturday 28 march from 3-7pm it is a great place for walkers and visitors to relax and unwind. Popular band The Mermaids will be back. Tickets are $25 on this website or at Bammas or Mangawhai Books and Gifts or at the gate $30. This is a licenced R18 event, so sorry no children.
There will once again be music and magic along this community walk which has become a part of the Mangawhai Walking Weekend on Friday evening. Setting off 2.30, 3pm or 3.30 form the Boat ramp on Alamar Cres Tickets $10 and children are free – so bring the family along. Tickets on our booking page or at Bammas, or Mangawhai Books and Gifts. Print the Flyer here
The Mangawhai Walking Weekend offers a selection of very unique walks on private land, all lead by knowledgeable and enthusiastic property owners. Enjoy their stories of regenerating native bush blocks, exciting reintroduction of kiwi and delightful return of native bird life, changing landscapes, big ideas and dreams from the past and for future generations. Saturday: Henrys Bush and Farm and Thornleigh Farm Sunday: Kiwi Country, Te Arai and 10 Acres in 10 years Limited numbers on these popular walks – spaces still available but best to book soon to ensure your spot!
Come join us for a ramble along the beautiful Mangawhai surf beach. Both the Mangawhai Clifftop and Geology Walk takes this route along the beach. Clifftop for glorious views from Bream Tail Farm to Great Barrier Island and beyond. Geology for a fascinating journey through our geological history, so much to hear about our fiery past!
Enjoy the Mangawhai Walking Weekend on us! ‘LIKE’ us on Facebook between now and 14 February and go into the draw to win an exciting Mangawhai Walking Weekend Package for Two – valued at $240. Package includes a walk of your choice Saturday and Sunday, packed lunch both days, Food and Wine Festival tickets Saturday afternoon, Walkers Big Breakfast Sunday….‘LIKE’ us today and get into the draw to enjoy a weekend on us! Thank you if you already ‘LIKE’ our Facebook page, invite a friend to ‘LIKE’ and share the package! Winners will be posted on 14 February! Good luck and happy walking!
Just one of the great walks on offer at this year’s Mangawhai Walking Weekend – come and join us This spectacular coastal walk has stunning views from Whangarei Heads to Hen & Chickens passing through native bush, limestone rocks and hidden sandy bays.. a treasure!
Press release: The weeks have been busy for the new Mangawhai Walking Weekend organisers. Thanks to the brilliant vision and tenacity of originator Jean Goldschmidt back in 1999, the weekend continues to grow with new walks, new ideas and new volunteers. What was established by a team on ‘one’ and a few enthusiastic friends has become an outstanding legacy for the Mangawhai community. Now in its 16th year, the weekend now comes under the auspices of the Mangawhai Walking Weekend Charitable Trust. This is to ensure the work that has gone on before safely continues its momentum into the future, bring visitors into our community, creating a weekend to have fun, make new […]
Changes are afoot after the departure of mainstay of the Mangawhai Walking Weekend Jean Goldschmidt. The Mangawhai Tracks Charitable Trust has been set up with proceeds from this weekend going directly to the Mangawhai Tracks Charitable Trust for the maintenance of existing tracks and the formation of new ones.
Get out your dance shoes, the band has been secured for 2015, news will be out soon on details of whats in store for the Mangawhai Food and Wine Festival 2015, more dancing, great food and wine. Relax under the olive trees in the late afternoon sun – our Walking Weekend farewell to summer. Last years event was sold out so gather your friends and be sure to book early.
Jean Goldsmith writes: On this my last Weekend after fifteen years I had a wonderful time. Everything went extremely well with everyone very happy. How could it not as the weather provided a mid summer treat with the heat almost too much for many. It was unusual to see the public still swimming at Walking Weekend time but it was an opportunity not to be missed by our walkers as well. With a record number of one hundred guides, (we aimed to have three or four guides on each walk,) it was great to see the effort the lead guides had put into garnering their teams so all had a […]