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When

Sunday 13th November  9.30am

Prices

Koha on the day.

 

Limited to 20 pax, you must be registered to attend. 

Intensity Level?

Walk is all flat – sandy or beach & some track

Family Friendly? Not suitable for wheelchairs – big wheel buggy OK
Dog Friendly? Stage 2 only.

This walk has free bus transport to the start. If you register for this walk, the driver will be expecting you. Enjoy the journey and the views!
Bus departs Tranzit Masterton 0830am.

 

The bus will deliver you to meeting point at the Mōtūwairaka Marae at the entrance to the village by the rohe/area by the hapū of Ngāi Tūmapūhia-a-Rangi. A pōwhiri for manuhiri/visitors will be conducted followed by kai.

Around 11am we will be move to the beach where we be lead by the Wellington Regional Council Biodiversity Advisor Cooper French who will show us around the aspectsof the   Key Native Ecosystem programme. Cooper will talk about the recent ecological history and restoration efforts that are taking place along the beach.

The walk will conclude around 12.30 but following a coffee & sandwich at the store we will have an option to walk the Southern Reserve track (Stage 2). Dogs most welcome to participate on the after lunch option.

First walk, approx. 4km.
Second walk, approx. 6km

Bus departs Riversdale 230pm.

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