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Ranger Guided Walk – Kauri Point Centennial Park

04 Nov 2020

When

Wednesday 4 November 2020, 10.00am - Wednesday 4 November 2020, 12.00pm

Where

Kauri Point Centennial Park, 71 Onetaunga Rd, Chatswood, Auckland

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Opposite Bragatto Place

Cost
Free
Bookings

calendly.com/mylocalpark

Please book for each person separately through the website

Contact

Anna Baine

mylocalpark@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

Website

facebook.com/aucklandparks

facebook.com/kaipatiki

Take a free guided walk with your community park ranger team through the beautiful Kauri Point-Centennial Park in Birkenhead.

Learn about the unique flora and fauna of the forest and coastal habitat within the reserve as well as the cultural history associated with the area.

Take a walk out to an ancient Mari pa and take in the stunning views across the Waitemata Harbour.

A good level of fitness and mobility is required.

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