Explore Duder Regional Park

Last Updated : 01 Mar 2018
Explore Duder Regional Park

Duder Regional Park is a coastal farm park on Whakakaiwhara Peninsula in Clevedon, 42km from central Auckland.

The peninsula is a popular spot for fishing, picnics, boating and kayaking, and offers stunning views of the Hauraki Gulf.

Duder has several good beaches suitable for swimming; tracks for walking, horse riding and mountain biking; and opportunities to see native birds and grazing farm animals.

Dogs are not allowed in the park or on the adjoining foreshore.

How to get to Duder

Take State Highway 1 south and turn off at Te Irirangi Drive and veer left. At the fourth set of traffic lights turn right into Ormiston Road and head towards Whitford. At the T-junction turn left into Whitford and right at the roundabout onto Whitford - Maraetai Road. Continue through Maraetai and take Maraetai Coast Road to Umupuia. The park is just to the south of Umupuia on North Road.

More information

Download a booklet about Duder Regional Park

Keep kauri standing

Kauri dieback is a deadly disease that is killing kauri trees throughout the Auckland region. The kauri in Duder Regional Park are currently healthy; please help us keep it that way by following all signage. 

Find out more about how you can help stop kauri dieback

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