Otunahe scenic reserve self-guided walk

The Otunahe Scenic Reserve at Purangi is a wonderful example of mature native forest and the area has become recognised as a national stronghold for Western North Island Brown kiwi with an estimated 500 pairs in residence as at 2012.

Adult
$10.00

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The Otunahe Scenic Reserve (approx. 70 hectares) is a private QE11-convenanted reserve that is within the much larger predator-controlled area of 13,000 hectares cared for by the East Taranaki Environment Trust (ETET).

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The reserve at Purangi is a wonderful example of mature native forest and the area has become recognised as a national stronghold for Western North Island Brown kiwi with an estimated 500 pairs in residence.

The area has a rich biodiversity and is also home to other native species including fernbird, bellbird, tui, kereru, New Zealand Robin, New Zealand falcon, and whitehead.

Cost: A donation of $10 per person, under 5 years old Free.
All donations help us to continue our work to provide a predator controlled environment.

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Physical address

Otunahe scenic reserve self-guided walk, Aukawa Road, Purangi, Whangamomona, Taranaki, New Zealand.

Opening times

Months of operation:
All months of the year

Facilities and Features

Proximity to town:
36km to Inglewood

Pricing and Conditions

Adult $10.00
Other charges:
Donation of $10 and Children 5 years and under free

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