IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT KAURI
Track Closures in Kaipatiki
We are very grateful to the Kaipātiki Local Board and to Auckland Council staff for taking prompt precautionary steps to limit the spread of Kauri Dieback across Kauri reserves in Kaipātiki.
For information about which tracks it is safe to use you can now
consult the new special "Kauri Dieback" edition of the Kaipatiki Explorer booklet.
Or find a copy at your local library, at Kaipātiki Community Facilities trust
or at the entrance to some reserves.
Please note that some tracks are closed for track renewal or upgrade work.
For example, the Le Roys Bush waterfall track - see leroysbush.org.nz
Please support the track closures by talking with your friends,
neighbours and colleagues.
We are keen to hear from more volunteers who can help with the kauri dieback campaign.
More about how to help control Kauri Dieback in Kaipatiki
You've no doubt heard the sad news that there has been a confirmed case of kauri dieback in Kaipātiki - resulting in the closure of Kauri Park and Muriel Fisher Reserves. We're devastated about this, and now more committed than ever to take action to save our precious forests.
For more information on how you can help control Kauri Dieback, click on the following links:
Wherever you go, please clean your shoes and paws - removing ANY soil - before you leave home and between visiting different reserves.
People and pets must keep to the tracks - keep all pets on leash.
Many thanks to the Auckland Council Kauri Dieback team for funding, advice and support - click here for Council's Protect our kauri trees site
UPDATED NOTICE about Kauri Dieback in Kaipatiki
Kauri Dieback - New Guide to Reserve & Track Closures
We are very grateful to the Kaipātiki Local Board, Auckland Council staff and the whole community for taking steps to limit the spread of Kauri Dieback across other Kauri reserves in Kaipātiki.
If you are not already aware of where it's ok or not to walk and run, please click the button below. There's a new link to the great new Kaipatiki Explorer booklet (published November 2018) showing what tracks/reserves are open, closed or subject to change.
REMEMBER: Wherever you go, please clean your shoes and paws - removing ANY soil - before you leave home and between visiting different reserves.
Remember people and pets must keep to the tracks - keep all pets on leash.