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Te Atatū Peninsula walkway

Description of Te Atatū Peninsula walkway

This walkway starts from Harbourview-Orangihina Park and follows the eastern edge of the Te Atatū Peninsula.

The walk takes in spectacular views across the Waitematā Harbour towards Auckland City.

There is also plenty of opportunity to spot native birds like dotterel, pūkeko and tōrea (oystercatchers) along the way.

There is a picnic area at Harbourview Beach Reserve.

Distance

The walk is 4km long and takes approximately one hour.

Suitability

The walkway is made up of board walk, concrete and compacted metal, and is safe for all fitness levels.

Dog access

Dogs must be on leash so as to not disturb the native bird life.