Puhinui Reserve forms part of the extensive Matukuturua volcanic field and is linked with pre-European settlements centred around Wiri Mountain (which has been extensively quarried) and Matukutura (McLaughlins Mountain).
Quick facts about this walk
|Walk time:||approx. 1 hour 10 mins|
|Distance:||about 6.5 kms|
|Start:||Price Road (off Puhinui Road, Wiri)|
|Track:||A mix of level paths and slightly inclined paths. Suitable for users of average fitness and mobility.|
|Difficulty:||May require boots in wet weather (mud and puddles), running shoes suitable in dry weather.|
|Buggies/Wheelchairs:||The walking route is suitable for mountain buggies|
|Highlights:||Manukau Harbour conservation land, farmland and farm animals, view of McLaughlin Mountain (volcano), native bush.|
|FREE Map:||Download the FREE printable map with directions, of this walk|
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The area is used for a 3 day equestrian event once a year. It is a great area for safe family cycling on mountain bikes. This is a mostly flat walk. Dogs are not permitted as it is a conservation area for birdlife (such as the rare or endangered NZ Dotterel, wrybill, fernbird, and black stilt). Take a picnic – there are no nearby cafes.
The walking route is suitable for mountain buggies. Puhiniu Reserve is a great place to visit from about the end of July to see the newborn lambs and calves.
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Comments Puhinui Reserve Walkway
ryan@what is my purpose
This place looks amazing. I have always wanted to visit New Zealand. This is a beautiful reserve. I love the carving someone did out of the log. WOW!
I agree with Ryan. What a beautiful picture of New Zealand! I too have always wanted to go there.