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Māngere Foreshore Path - Manukau Harbour foreshore at Ambury Farm Regional Park.
Māngere Foreshore Path - Remnants of the lava flows along the waters edge.
Māngere Foreshore Path - Sheep grazing by water at Ambury Farm Regional Park.
Māngere Foreshore Path - Start of the gravel path in Ambury Farm Regional Park.
Māngere Foreshore Path - A clydesdale horse at Ambury Farm Regional Park.
Māngere Foreshore Path - A section of path with farm gate beside the bird roosting areas.
Māngere Foreshore Path - A section of path alongside Island Road.
Māngere Foreshore Path - A view from the path across the water to Puketutu Island.
Māngere Foreshore Path - The end of the path at Ōtuataua Stonefields Reserve.
Māngere Foreshore Path - A view of Ōtuataua Stonefields Reserve at the end of the path (walking).
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Starts at 43 Ambury Road, Mangere Bridge, Mangere
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This path offers a unique experience along the foreshore of the Manukau Harbour.
The path starts in Ambury Regional Park and winds along a gravel path along the coastal edge. There are also other parking spaces along the path if you choose to start elsewhere.
The foreshore has several examples of volcanic activity, including remnants of lava flows running into the harbour, and the Māngere Lagoon explosion crater.
You'll also find the Villa Maria vineyard and winery is alongside the path, which provides great vistas to Puketutu Island.
There are multiple bird roosts which have been established along the coast and some great information signage about the birds that migrate to this area. The foreshore is an extremely important habitat for a range of migratory birds.
The path is largely flat, but will require a moderate level of confidence to negotiate.
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