Whangaroa Activities

  • The Dukes Nose walk
    The track follows the stream behind the Lane Cove hut up a fairly steep gradient to a point where chains have been installed to help you climb to the top of the Duke’s Nose.
    From the flat top of this ancient volcanic plug, you can take in spectacular views of the native coastal forest below, the Whangaroa Harbour and to the sea beyond.
  • Whangaroa Marina
    There's always something happening at the marina. Weigh a fish, grab a beer and a burger or just go for a walk along the pier taking in the view of the many boats !
  • Walk at Kingfish Point
    Just behind Kingfish Lodge is a 10 minute walk to a ww2 concrete bunker that housed a gun. The views are stunning and a real feel for the way things were in the 1940's.
  • St Pauls Dome Ohakiri walk
    This track is in St Paul's Historic Reserve (Ohakiri) above the Whangaroa township. Turn right on to Old Hospital Road.You can access the track from the carpark at the end of Old Hospital Road. Great for getting your bearings and unsurpassed views toward the heads.
  • Wairakau Stream track walk to Lane Cove
    At the end of Campbell Road/Wairakau Rd, Totara North is the start of the Wairakau Stream Track. The track is wide, steep and clay-based so take special care during or after rain. After about 20 minutes walk, you will find a sign showing the way to the Wairakau Stream. The track ends at Lane Cove.
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