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Ambury Farm Path

Walking time 20 mins

Walking steps 910 steps

Distance 700 m

Starts at 43 Ambury Road, Mangere Bridge

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About the path

Bring the whānau to meet some farm animals on this fun walk around Ambury Farm in Māngere Bridge.

The path is a mix of grass path and gravel tracks. There is pushchair and wheelchair access around the farm animal enclosures, though these may be inaccessible in wet conditions.

From the car park, head toward the woolshed and milking shed.

Wander through the grassy lanes between the animal enclosures and take your time getting to know the animals. You can see sheep, lambs (seasonal from mid July), goats, cows, pigs, chickens, turkey, rabbits and maybe an elusive peacock.

You're welcome to enter the paddocks to mingle with the animals, except during lambing season (mid-July and early August). Please leave the gates as you find them.

Depending on when you visit, you may be able to watch cow milking (between mid July and early December) and lamb feeding (seasonal from mid July).

There are plenty of picnic and barbecue spots to enjoy after your walk, and lots of space for family games on the grass.

Toilets are available in the main building, Ambury campground and off Kiwi Esplanade.

Dogs are allowed on-leash in the Ambury Farm Loop area, but are prohibited from other areas of Ambury Regional Park. Check park signs before you walk.

Facilities

  • Public Toilet

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