Te Kuri Farm Walkway
Circular Track (Loop)
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.
No dogs. The track is closed each year for the lambing season from 1 August until the start of Labour Weekend (late October). Wear good quality walking shoes or boots. There is no drinkable water available on the walk.The track crosses private farmland - be aware of stock and leave gates as you find them.
How to get here
The walkway is signposted from the Ballance Street/Ormond Road corner of Gisborne City. Visitors can drive straight to the start of the walkway at the end of Shelley Road, where there is a large carpark and a picnic area.