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Kauri dieback

Takapuna Beach home to ancient fossilised forest

At the northern end of Takapuna Beach, curious-looking basalt formations can be seen across the shore platform at low tide.

Environment

Track reopening makes western coastline more accessible

The completion of the Ōmanawanui Track along with Puriri Ridge Track, a 6-kilometre upgrade, is a significant milestone in the reopening of the Te Ar Tūhura / Hillary Trail.

Environment

Kauri compliance message making a mark

This summer has seen non-compliant behaviour trending down across the region.

Cycling

Hunua riders urged to stay on track

Mountain bike enthusiasts using the Hunua Ranges are being reminded to stay our of areas closed to the public.

Environment

Rediscover a kauri walk near you this summer

Kauri dieback crews have worked hard throughout the year to upgrade tracks so locals can get out and enjoy them.

Environment

What's on the horizon for kauri tracks in 2021

Several tracks in the regional park network have already re-opened with upgrade works to others either underway or about to start.

Environment

Vandalism takes shine off kauri dieback track upgrades

Auckland ratepayers have been hit by acts of vandalism in local and regional parks where kauri tracks have been closed to the public for upgrades. So far, it has cost them over $100,000.