About our walks
Our discovery walks give you an opportunity to learn about:
- different ecosystems and habitats
- native species
- heritage of the area
- threats to biodiversity.
You need to allow approximately two to three hours to complete each walk.
Walks are suitable for years 3 to 13, and groups of up to 30 people.
Support for schools
The walks and resources are free, however you will need to arrange your own transport to and from the walks.
A community ranger may be available to meet your school group at the location and help lead the discovery walk.
Email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
You need to allow at least three weeks before your planned walk so we can check availability and make arrangements with you.
Information and resources for our walks
Le Roys Bush Reserve
Location: Council Terrace, Northcote Point
This walk takes you through an area rich in Māori history and biodiversity.
The walk starts at Little Shoal Bay and goes through Te Uruao Valley and up to a waterfall.
Read more about
Le Roys Bush Reserve.
Le Roys Bush Reserve resources