Mcelroy Scenic Reserve

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  • Address: Cowan Bay Rd, Pohuehue 0983, New Zealand, Waiwera
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  • Tags: Outdoors, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Nature

McElroy’s Bush is a scenic reserve vested in the Rodney District Council. It is situated approximately seven kilometres south-east of Warkworth on the western shores of the Mahurangi harbour. It is bounded on the north by Cowan Bay Road, on the east and west by privately owned farmland and on the south by Dyers creek. This place stays true to its name and the scenery is absolutely gorgeous. This place is great for any study groups to learn about the biodiversity. Many people go for walks as well as tramping throughout the reserve. These walks will surely help you clear your mind and be one with nature. You can also use the lovely spots beside the water-bodies to set up a picnic on a warm day.

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  • Mcelroy Scenic Reserve Address: Cowan Bay Rd, Pohuehue 0983, New Zealand, Waiwera
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  • Amazing forest. One of the best kept secrets in Aucklands reserve network. Or it was. It's closed now thanks to kauri dieback.

  • So beautiful, scenic and quite . Felt like we were in the jurassic period.

  • Really big

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