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Tāmaki Path

Walking time 80 mins

Walking steps 9360 steps

Cycling time 40 mins

Distance 7.2 km

Starts at 27 Armein Road, Panmure

Get directions on Google Maps

About the path

A shared path along the edge of the Tāmaki River.

Start from either Dunkirk Reserve in the south or Wai-O-Taiki Nature Reserve in the north (there's ample parking at the end of Point England Road). The path is paved and relatively flat - ideal for people of all ages and abilities.

Starting from Dunkirk Reserve, check out the playground set among a small plantation of trees and shrubs.

Head north along the path along the water's edge, stopping to admire the coastal views and views to Maungarei/Mt Wellington.

You'll see a glimpse of farm life Point England Reserve, with grazing cattle and horses. Dotterels nest in the paddocks, so keep dogs away.

The path crosses the Omaru Creek and has great views towards Bucklands Beach.

There are some barbecues available.

Facilities

  • Drinking fountain
  • Playground
  • Public toilet
  • Sports field
  • Swimming pool

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