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A very small reserve which is more suitable for picnics rather than bush walks. The walks are short, but are not very well signposted or have estimated walk times. The waterfall is worth walking to (approx 10 min). Although it is a very steep climb...More
It’s one of those reserves that the locals don’t go to because of the thieves.
If you go by car, tourists, take your passports with you. Take your GPS off the windscreens. Do not leave anything worth $$$ in the car. I’m not kidding. My...More
We spent a few hours here on a sunny Sunday afternoon. It's a well maintained reserve with something for everyone to enjoy. Walked into their little weta cave, which had heaps of little wetas. Bring your own torch. There's also a duck pond, but the...More
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
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
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.
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