Te Kuri Farm Walkway
On a clear day Te Kuri Farm Walkway, located on the outskirts of Gisborne City, offers panoramic views as far south as Mahia Peninsula and as far west as Maungapohatu on the eastern fringes of Te Urewera National Park.
The track is fringed by native trees, which are home to a wide variety of bird life including tui, kereru and fantails.
Some sections of this track cross private land and visitors are asked to stick to the marked route, respect all signposted conditions of access and follow the New Zealand Outdoor Access Code.
The walkway is closed from 1 August to Labour weekend each year for lambing season.
Te Kuri Farm Walkway begins at the end of Shelley Road and is signposted from the corner of Ballance Street and Ormond Road in Gisborne City.
Conditions and closures
To find out more about conditions of access on this walkway (eg, access with bikes, dogs or horses) and any temporary or seasonal closures, visit the Department of Conservation's website or contact the nearest Department of Conservation area office.
At a glance
Walking time: 3 hour loop
Length: 5.6km loop
Created: 29 April 1996
Controlling authority: Department of Conservation
For more information about this walkway and the surrounding area, visit the Te Kuri Farm Walkway page on the Department of Conservation’s website.