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very privileged to have spent a few days here - lovely fellow campers, I am a bit of a woos with heights and swing bridges but so so so worth the effort once this fear is managed - beautiful walks for all ages and abilities...More
We were a group of 10, with 4 children aged 6 - 9 years old, and 6 adults 35 to 64, and a small dog.
We walked towards Sayer Hutt, stopping at the second swing bridge. I think it took 1.5 hours to get there....More
Nice work that takes about 3-4 hours to walk to Totara Flats hutt from the carpark. The first part of the track (1.5 hours) is pretty up and down and somewhat boggy in parts (hate to see this in winter). When you meet the river...More
After driving 10 ks on a gravel road, you'd expect to find peace and seclusion - but no!!
Arrived to find about 50 other cars parked there - and people everywhere, including several with dogs not on leads, despite the many signs saying this was...More
So what the road is out! Just park at the end and take a walk. In about 15 minutes you come to the suspension bridge. It's fun and stunningly beautiful. Lovely walk. It's gravel so wear appropriate shoes. Take a picnic.
Waiohine Gorge is a popular camping and picnicking spot near Carterton in the Wairarapa. We had hoped to camp here to enjoy the bush walks and swimming in the river, but some time ago there was a major slip and washout about 800 metres from...More
Please be advised that since the slip has stopped visitors being able to drive to the original car park, the upkeep of the public facilities has ceased, leaving toilet facilities that require immense gag-reflex control when encountering the smell and the flies.
I doubt there...More