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Tracks & Trails

When you’re visiting the sunniest region in New Zealand there’s plenty of motivation to put on your walking shoes and get outdoors. Choose from a wide range of tracks suitable for various fitness levels.

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Orokawa Bay Walk

Waihi Beach

This popular walk starts at the northern end of Waihi Beach. Wind around the coastal headlands to reach Orokawa Bay and enjoy a picnic on the beach in the shade of giant pohutukawa trees. Allow 45 minutes each way.

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The Trig Walk

Waihi Beach

With excellent parking and a well formed track this is a must-do during your visit to Waihi Beach.

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Anzac Bay to Shelly Bay

Waihi Beach

At the northern end of Anzac Bay a wide grassy track leads westward up to an area where several tracks meet. Straight ahead leads to Shelly Bay, a stunning sheltered and safe swimming spot. A left…

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​Anzac Bay (top carpark) to Te Ho pa site or Cave Bay

Waihi Beach

Anzac Bay (top carpark) to Te Ho pa site or Cave Bay – 45 minutes return

From the top carpark you can walk up to the site of Te Ho pa site for spectacular views over the Waihi Beach area or…

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Homunga Bay

Waihi Beach

Homunga Bay is notable for dense pohutukawa forest, beauty and seclusion.

It can be reached by a track from the northern end of Orokawa Bay. This track is well-developed and maintained…

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William Wright Falls

Waihi Beach

The bush track to the William Wright Falls experienced significant damage in 2013 and is now classed as a ‘tramping path’, with signage. Located approximately 1.5kms into the bush, the falls…

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