The forest is nestled amongst the rolling farmland north of Te Awamutu, with an impressive 14 hectares of Kahikatea stands, some over 35 metres tall.
A hill leads down to the an easy boardwalk which meanders through the giant trees to a canopy tower which provides a bird’s eye view of the forest below and a perfect spot to stop for a picnic, before looping back around.
Great for bird watching, the forest attracts the likes of fantails, grey warbler, tui, pigeons, finches and rosella, while the small stream running through the stand is home to native trout, eel and koura.
Track Conditions: Mostly boardwalks with some gravel sections.
Please Note: Many of the walking trails in the Waikato region do not allow dogs. Hamilton & Waikato Tourism recommend checking with the local council before taking your dog on any of the trails in the region.
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