Kauri dieback

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Walkways 6 Oct 2020

Waiheke’s Te Matuku Awaawaroa Walkway open again

Te Matuku Awaawaroa Walkway has been re-opened following completion of work to divert over 1 kilometre of existing track away from kauri forest.

Kauri dieback 6 Oct 2020

Protect our Kauri during Labour Weekend

Stephen Bell, Western Principal Ranger encourages people to explore the region but to keep kauri protection top of mind this weekend.

Environment 6 Oct 2020

Enjoy the outdoors and take care of our kauri this weekend

The weather’s looking perfect for the long weekend, perfect enough to draw many thousands of Aucklanders and visitors into the great outdoors.

Environment 18 Sep 2020

Huia tracks reopen as kauri dieback programme progresses

Aucklanders can enjoy the beauty of the Karamatura Valley once more now remedial work has been completed on three tracks.

Kauri dieback 18 Sep 2020

Track work making strides in regional parks

Work on opening up more tracks across Tāmaki Makaurau is progressing well, despite the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns presented.

Kauri dieback 7 Sep 2020

Popular track reopens at Eaves Bush

A section of Alice Eaves Scenic Reserve, known locally as Eaves Bush, has reopened with a new hygiene station to help in the battle against kauri dieback disease.

Environment 2 Sep 2020

First wash-down station opens to council teams and contractors

As part of the fight against kauri dieback, we’ve installed the first semi-automatic vehicle wash-down station at Hunua to support staff and contractors working in, around or near kauri sites in the Hunua Ranges.

Environment 26 Aug 2020

Horsing around in regional parks brings responsibilities

Whether you're going for a morning jog, walking the dog, hiking through the bush, or riding the trails, it is critical to consider the risk of spreading kauri dieback disease.