Duder Regional Park, Auckland
Duder Regional Park, Auckland - Address, Phone Number
Address: 889 N Road, Whitford, Howick 2582, New Zealand
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Trail, Biking Trail, Family And Kids, Water Sport, Picnic Spot, Bird Watching
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About Duder Regional Park, Auckland
Situated around 49 kilometres from Auckland, the Duder Regional Park is a park on the Whakakaiwhara Peninsula. The Peninsula has a long and rich history, which begins with the visit of the Tainui canoe in the 1300s. One can go on exploration trails- Farm Loop Walk to see the earthwork remains of fortified Maori settlement and Coastal Walk to enjoy your day fishing and picnicking, Farm Loop Walk and Sustainable Trail. The regional park is also popular with bird watchers. Apart from these, other activities at the park include horse riding, mountain biking, paragliding, orienteering and swimming.
Duder Regional Park Information
- Carrying snacks with you is recommended.
- The picnic area adjoining the car park is on a flat, grassed area and is wheelchair accessible.
Duder Regional Park Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Duder Regional Park by Public Transport
- Hiring a taxi or renting a car is advisable.
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Duder Regional Park, Auckland Reviews
Pleasant place for short walks to beach & trig point with great views. Too steep for small children. We walked from car park through farm to private beach..10 minutes. Beach is available from main road from North side but appears to be private from public. Water bottom is muddy at low tide. Very little tree shelter...exposed to most winds.4☆
Lovely mid sized park. Fabulous gulf views to Waiheke and the Corromandel from the top.. Decent variety of walks from coastal beach ambles to ridge line treks.. Plenty of space to spread out and I've never found it overly crowded. Go there and have a good for the soul stroll :-)
Good for easy hike and nice coastal view. There are sheeps and cow around. Kids love watching them. There is not much shelter so get your sunscreen on
Excellent regional baches to rent. Our visit was wonderful only marred by the storm that raged 4 two days.
A great place to walk and picnic. A good place to take the horse and ride the hills. Great views and bird life around the coast