Waipōua Forest

Kauri forest once covered over 1.2 million hectares of the North Island, from the mid-Waikato northward.

Kauri Coast: home again

It's hard to imagine what the north must have been like in the days before the timbermen came – unless...

Te Matua Ngāhere Walk

Take a 20-minute walk through the beautiful native bush in Waipōua Forest to view the world’s second largest living kauri...

Tāne Mahuta Walk

Visit the famous Tāne Mahuta, Lord of the Forest, New Zealand's largest known living kauri tree, located in the Waipōua Forest.

Four Sisters Walk

Walk through kauri and rimu in beautiful native forest to four tall kauri trees growing extremely close together – the...

Coromandel: a sting in the tail

If you were to assume that Te Ika a Māui – the Great Fish of Māui – was a species...

Waitakere: under the sunset

The west has stories to tell; there’s drama in those hills.

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