Raumanuke Scenic Reserve is internationally renowned site for migrant shorebirds. Thousand of seabird roost and breed on the sand spit
In the map above, if you zoom in on the walk, you’ll see all the following track points and their location. Each point has photos along with a description about each one.
The Motueka Domain is a great place to stop for the night as you can see.
Drinking water and toilets are there for a small fee.
Were can you find a real Salt water pool for free.
The water surges in to the pool at high tide plus the Motueka council change the water, I think it was every other day?
The old ship wreck out in the bay is a great piece of history.
If you walk on to the old wharf, there is enough information to boggle the brain. With plenty of old photos to match.
1Hour 30 Minutes.
There is toilet at the Raumanuke Scenic Reserve car park, but no water.
From here you can ether walk out to the sand spit, or go home. If you decide to walk the Raumanuke Scenic Reserve sand spit, Please watch out for the sea birds.
The summer is the breeding time for the birds. Try and keep at least 30 Mt from the birds or walk down on the low tide mark
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