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CURRENT CYCLEWAY STATUS:

Opua – Kawakawa

PARTIALLY OPEN*

Trail information
*The trail is currently OPEN between Opua and Taumarere.
Public access across Long Bridge (over the Taumarere River and cycleway between Taumarere Railway Station and SH 11) is CLOSED for re-piling – this location is a construction site while work is carried out.  Bay of Island Vintage Railway Trust have advised Council re-piling will not be completed until March/April 2016.


Kawakawa – Otiria

OPEN

Trail information


Otiria – Kaikohe

CLOSED*

Trail information
*This section of the trail is under planning – no confirmed completion date as yet


Kaikohe – Okaihau

OPEN

Trail information
Note: The mountain bike trail between Kaikohe-Okaihau will be CLOSED from 30 May 2016 onwards. (Trail users will not be able to access the MTB track)


Okaihau – Utakura – Horeke

Okaihau-Utakura  PARTIALLY OPEN

Trail information

Okaihau to Utakura (10km) is open.  Utakura to Horeke will be constructed in 2016.

If you require a bike or assisted transport (for incomplete sections of cycleway), please contact Ray Clarke of Top Trails on 0274 535 176 who may be able to offer transportation.

take-our-surveyCycle or walk across rail corridor – over bridges, around lakes and rivers, and through historic towns. Come for an hour, come for a day – there is plenty to see and do along the way. The trail tells the story of an emerging nation, capturing the heritage of both Māori and pioneer settlers. It runs between the picturesque Hokianga Harbour and the famously beautiful Bay of Islands and caters for riders of all ages, abilities and fitness levels.

EXPLORE THE TRAIL

TWIN COAST MAPS & RIDES

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DISCOVER THE SCENERY

TWIN COAST PHOTOS

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ENJOY THE RIDE

TWIN COAST VIDEO

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LEARN MORE

TWIN COAST BROCHURE