Pou Herenga Tai - Twin Coast Cycle Trail

Trail Alerts

  • Tunnel closed for repairs – Opua to Kawakawa. The tunnel on the Opua to Kawakawa section of the Pou Herenga Tai - Twin Coast Cycle Trail is temporarily closed for repairs. A detour is in place and the trail remains open. Cyclists are advised to walk their bikes across the detour, which is steep in parts. We apologise for the inconvenience and will update you on progress.
  • On the trail between Kawakawa and Kaikohe there is the standard detour from the trail onto the road for a short distance. Cyclists please be note that there are currently road works on this section of road, but you can still ride along it.


Win with Wairere Boulders

Explore the unique environment of the Wairere Boulders. Walking trails through the bush and Wairere boulder valley allow visitors to get close to nature and discover these amazing rock formations.

Take a dip in our bush pool swimming hole or hire a kayak and paddle through the valley and out into the Hokianga Habour. Win a family pass or a pass for 2 adults.

Click this link to go to the survey

"It's not really about the biking. The Twin Coast is at the historical heart of Aotearoa New Zealand. The trail is just a great way to experience a range of physical and cultural landscapes that will stay with you long after you've finished the ride." (Jonathan Kennett, Cycling Guru)

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The final journey for this series sees Anne Marie & Jono exploring the Far North by bicycle and motorhome on the Twin Coast Cycleway starting at Waitangi, the birthplace of our nation, and ending with the peaceful beauty of the Hokianga Harbour. Watch Choice TV Saturday 17th Nov, 1:30pm. Freeview Channel 12, Sky Channel 24 and Choice on Demand. #RVExplorers
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