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Kaimai Ranges Mini Weekend

Fri 24th to Sun 26th Jan 2020

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UpCOMING TRAMPS

You can see the list of upcoming tramps and other events here.

If you're not a member, please phone the organiser listed under each tramp description. They will assess whether the tramp is suitable for your level of fitness and experience, let you know what clothing and gear you need, and answer any questions you have. 

Please arrive 15 minutes before departure for briefing. See here for meeting locations.  Transport is usually provided using the club's vehicle. 

Check this website for updates as trips are subject to change.  Trips are run wet or fine.  

ON THE TRACK

Depending on numbers, we will have parties for shorter, medium and longer distances. 

Expect to be out for a full day, and to tramp on a variety of uneven terrains, which may be wet, slippery or steep. 


The Mountain Safety Council offer a fabulous series of short videos about how to enjoy & survive the great outdoors. Topics include:

  • Know your limits
  • First aid kit
  • Lost?

You can watch them here.


CLOTHING & GEAR

See here for Information including:

  • Clothing and gear to take
  • Safety guidelines
  • Use of private transport
  • Cancellations
  • Late returns

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Mobile App

You can see the list of upcoming trips, member details and trip bookings  using our mobile app.  See here for details.


Upcoming Tramps and Events

    • 25 Jan 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • 27 Jan 2020
    • 7:30 PM
    • Cnr Auburn & Como Street, takapuna
    Register

    Depart 8.00am Sat 25th January

    Cnr Auburn and Como Streets, Takapuna

    Return Monday 27th January 2020.              

    Out Tramping Party $65

    Day One:  Tramp Aongatete Road end to camp site at junction of North/South track and Wairere Track.  Water close by. 3-4 hours.

    Day Two:  Tramp from Camp on the North/South track to the new Te Whare Okioki Hut.  $15 per night for bed in the new hut – bookings are required.  Please book the hut yourself direct via https://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/book-online/?op=departme75&pid=11525 Plenty of free camping space available. 

    Day Three:  Tramp from hut out to Te Tuhi Road via the North/South track and the Te Tuhi track.  Met by bus at Te Tuhi Road. 6.67km 3-4 hours.  Aim to be at the bus early afternoon.

    Home Track Clearing party.  $0

    Day One: Tramp in from Aongatete Road to camp site on the track.   1-2 hours.  Track clearing.

    Day Two:  Track clearing.

     Day Three: Tramp from camp site to Wairere Falls and out to Goodwin Road. Picked up by bus. 4-5 hours. Aim to be at the bus early afternoon.

    Organiser: Amber Gladwin 027 272 0208

    Driver: Arletta

    Maps:   Online / Printable / GPS

    To access the printable maps, download the zipped file, and either:

    ·         open the zipped file, then drag the files to a new location OR

    ·         press and hold (or right-click) the zipped file, select Extract All, and then follow the instructions










    • 29 Jan 2020
    • 7:30 PM
    • Senior Citizens Hall, 7 The Strand, Takapuna

    Please join us for photos and stories from this year's club trip to Stewart Island.

    Everyone is welcome.  The social evenings are a great way of connecting, and staying in touch with your NSTC tramping friends.  Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of every second month.

    As usual, there will be tea & coffee & a few nibbles afterwards.

    Time: 7.30pm, Wednesday 29 January

    Location:  The Senior Citizens Hall, The Strand, Takapuna,  (left door, behind the spiral staircase behind Massimo Cafe.

    See here for how to find the hall.

    Cost: Free

    • 2 Feb 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • The Strand, Takapuna

     Good news, Goldies Bush track is one of the few areas in the Waitakeres that is currently open, so we can enjoy this extremely scenic tramp!

    There are major kauri die back cleaning stations at the start and end of the Goldies Bush Track, so please ensure that all your tramping gear is very clean and dirt free before we start and at the end and thoroughly cleaned when you get home.

    Doing things a bit differently, the longer group will start at Bethell's end of the Te Henga Walkway track start over the brand new foot bridge over the stream. 

    Making the most of the hills and incredible clifftop views, this group will walk the length of the Te Henga Walkway in reverse of normal and pop out on Constable Road, then connect with the Western end of the Goldies Bush Track and head through to enjoy the absolutely stunning Mokoroa Stream Track with all its multiple pools and waterfalls!!  Then head to the bus after.  

    The bus will be moved and the shorter group will start at the Goldies Bush Eastern entry & head through to the Western end of the track and backtrack and drop down into the Mokoroa Stream Track. 

    This is a fairly easy and incredibly stunning stream track, but you do need good balance, as you will be criss crossing the stream constantly and it will be slippery when doing so.  

    Please ensure you have a change of footwear on the bus for afterwards and swimwear, as we have ordered good weather for the tramp, so we can make the most of every single swimming opportunity in the streams big pools or under the waterfalls.  And you'll definitely want a camera to capture everything.  

    Also please ensure you have everything in sealed drybags or waterproof bags.  

    *  Have added in a non-stream bash option for those that prefer not to do the stream.  

    *  If there is any rain overnight, or on the morning, we may re-assess the stream track and alter the tramp slightly.  Irrespective time will be made to stop and check out the Mokoroa Lookout over the main waterfalls, as they're absolutely stunning!  

    EXTREMELY IMPORTANT READ ABOUT KAURI DIEBACK:
    https://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/auckland/places/muriwai-and-te-henga-area/tracks/goldie-bush-walkway/

     
    ***  Please bring plenty of water as it's bound to be hot!!!!


    ***  PLEASE NOTE EARLY DEPARTURE TIME

    Depart:

    • -          8.00am, The Strand Takapuna

    Organiser: Imogen 027 289 8440 (no text please newbies)

    Driver:TBC

    Cost: $10 members, $15 non-members, $5 juniors

    Maps:  https://www.alltrails.com/explore/map/te-henga-goldies-bush-mokoroa-stream-2019



    • 6 Feb 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • 9 Feb 2020
    • Como St, Takapuna
    Register

    The good news is, you will require Friday the 7th off work and to bring your swim wear.

    Both parties to carry tents: This track forms part of the Te Araroa trail.

    Feb 6th We will arrive at the Kakaho DOC campsite at about 12.30 PM, in time for a lunch break. Short party will stay the night at Kakaho campsite, sleeping in bus or tent. After lunch both distance and short parties will tramp to the top of Mt Pureora, (1165m) for extensive views from its sub alpine slopes of the central volcanic plateau and Mt Taranaki. If we have two driver’s short party will tramp up one side and down the other. Short party will return to Kakaho campsite for the night. Distance party will carry on from the summit of Mt Pureora heading South, past Bog inn hut and camp somewhere.

    Feb 7th Distance party will carry on to Waihaha hut for the night. Bus will take the short party to the start of the Waihaha track on state highway 32 to tramp up along the clear waters of the Waihaha river with many swimming holes on the way to the hut for the night (3hr,9km). On dusk we will see if we can spot some native Bats/ (Pekapeka)They have both short tail & Long tail variety amongst the high canopy.

    Feb 8th Both parties will continue south along the Hauhungaroa track as far as we can (allowing time for a return back to Waihaha hut). Along the Hauhungaroa track we will enter the valley of the Giants – enormous trees of the Waihaha ecological area. A tight canopy of Totara, Rimu, Matai, Miro, and the odd Kahikatea reaching 40 – 50 meters in height. Five of New Zealand’s best- known Podocarp family can be seen here. Then we will all return to Waihaha hut for the night.

    Feb 9th Both parties will go down the Waihaha track back to the bus, and if time permits to explore part of the Great Lakes Cycle trail before returning to Takapuna.

    **Please note early departure time and location is Como Street not The Stand Takapuna

    ** For pickups from Greenlane pickup point please register via the site or contact the organiser

    Cost:   Distance Party $90,   Short Party $100

    Depart:

    • -          Thursday 6 Feb, 8am Como Street, Takapuna
    • -          8.15am Marewa Road, Greenlane. On road, by where it says     NZ Tertiary College - by the pinky tree. 

    Organiser: Chris Peard 021 277 0270

    Driver: Bernhard

    Maps:   

    Short party: Online / GPS / Printable

    Distance party:  Online / GPS /Printable

    Great Lakes Cycle Trail: Printable


    To access the printable maps, download the zipped file, and either:

    ·         open the zipped file, then drag the files to a new location OR

    ·         press and hold (or right-click) the zipped file, select Extract All, and then follow the instructions

    • 16 Feb 2020
    • 8:45 AM
    • Pier 4, Quay Street
    Register

    This island was closed to the public for over a hundred years when it was an addiction-treatment centre. Interesting buildings still stand and there’s a fascinating small museum with island history.

    Bring your camera for stunning views of the island sanctuary, home to some rare NZ native birds and reptiles.   Including Weka that are running around everywhere!
    Bring swimwear, ample food and water, and a change of warm clothing in case it turns chilly at the end of the day waiting for the ferry.

    Please ensure that all of your gear is completely clean and devoid of seeds to protect our treasure islands biosecurity:
    https://www.rotoroa.org.nz/conservation/biosecurity

    There’s usually some free parking on a Sunday in the streets in and around Viaduct Harbour Ave and Pakenham Street. Otherwise it’s downtown parking buildings.
    The Downtown carpark is right across the road from the wharf at $10 for all day.  (Vehicle height clearance 1.9m).  
    https://at.govt.nz/driving-parking/parking-in-auckland/downtown-car-park/

    Bookings:  Please pre-book with Fullers at https://www.fullers.co.nz/experiences-tours/walking-tracks/rotoroa-island/.   There is no bus this week.

    ***  Please bring plenty of water as it's bound to be hot!!!!


    Cost:
    Ferry tickets $55 for adults, $33 for children (5-15 years) No Bus Today!!!!!

    Extra information: https://www.rotoroa.org.nz/visit 

    Ferry Timetable:  https://www.fullers.co.nz/timetables-and-fares/?from=AUCK&to=ROTO&date=2020%2F02%2F16 

    Depart:     8.45 am at Pier 4, 139 Quay Street, downtown ferry terminal. 

     Please arrive at the ferry terminal at least 30 minutes before departure. Ferry takes 60 - 75 minutes.

    Return:     From Rotoroa Island at 5.15 pm

    Organiser:   Imogen 027 289 8440 (no text please newbies)

    Maps:  https://www.nstc.org.nz/event-2809662

     

    • 23 Feb 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • The Strand, Takapuna
    Register

    Tramping is particularly spectacular throughout the Karangahake Gorge that runs between Coromandel and the Kaimai Ranges.  This is a favourite area for the Club.  You will see a huge amount of gold-mining history, including the historic old machinery now rusting away.  We will have options for shorter, medium and fast groups, including for some groups going up and over 544 metre Mt Karangahake, with extensive 360 degree views!

    Including a few twists on the usual classic tramps we do through this area, including a couple of different loop options to see two waterfalls, one very spectacular cascading waterfall.  We will still have the classic tramps that we all love so much).  

    Please ensure you bring a headlight or good torch as you will need one walking through the hand built one kilometer tunnel and the Windows Walk.  There are Glow Worms through some of the tunnels as well.  

    There should be time for a refreshing swim or possibly two in the stunning Ohinemuri River and Owharoa Falls or hot drinks at the end of the tramp at the café across from the car park.

    Don't forget your camera, camera phone and swimming gear.  

    https://www.doc.govt.nz/globalassets/documents/parks-and-recreation/tracks-and-walks/waikato/karangahake-gorge-brochure.pdf

     ***  Please bring plenty of water as it's bound to be hot!!!!

    **Please note early departure time

    ** For pickups from Greenlane pickup point please register via the site or contact the organiser

     

    Depart:

    • -          8am The Strand, Takapuna
    • -          8.15 Marewa Road, Greenlane. On road, by where it says NZ Tertiary College - by the pinky tree. 

    Organiser: Imogen 027 289 8440 (no text please newbies)

    Driver: TBC

    Cost:$25 members, $30 non-members, $5 juniors

    Maps: https://www.alltrails.com/explore/map/karangahake-gorge-medium-track

    • 1 Mar 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • The Strand, Takapuna
    Register

    Climbing from the characterful former gold-mining hub of Thames high up into Coromandel Forest Park, this loop offers both the views and history that make the area a gem.

    The track begins from Karaka Road and follows Karaka Stream through native bush for about 20 minutes, passing historic mining tunnels driven into the hillside. These tunnels are closed to the public due to the risk of collapse. 

    The track crosses the stream – you can rock-hop across in low-flows, but it can become impassable during high flows and requires caution. After the crossing, the adventure begins. 

    The track narrows and becomes increasingly muddy, threading through a damp valley filled with ponga ferns and rimu, before climbing gradually beside the stream for about an hour and then heading to the top of the valley. The track soon sidles through a large clay slip, offering the first views of the rich forest surrounds.

    **Please note early departure time

    ** For pickups from Greenlane pickup point please register via the site or contact the organiser

    ***  Please bring plenty of water as it's bound to be hot!!!!

     

    Depart:

    • -          8am The Strand, Takapuna
    • -          8.15 Marewa Road, Greenlane. On road, by where it says NZ Tertiary College - by the pinky tree. 

    Organiser: Anthony Hayes 021 0234 376

    Driver: TBC

    Cost:$25 members, $30 non-members, $5 juniors

    Maps   Online / Printable / GPS

    To access the printable maps, download the zipped file, and either:

    ·         open the zipped file, then drag the files to a new location OR

    ·         press and hold (or right-click) the zipped file, select Extract All, and then follow the instructions

    • 8 Mar 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • The Strand, Takapuna or Silverdale Park & Ride
    Register

    TRAMP: Ti Point – Goat Island - Leigh

    We haven't done this tramp in a few years, so as the tides are good with low tide around 12.52pm, if you like a very scenic coastal tramp with a bit of variety and challenge, climbing over a few very big boulders, rocking hopping, bush tracks, farmland tracks and a hill thrown in this is the tramp for you.   
    There are some interesting Geological rock types along the way in form of Basalt rocks, nearer Ti Point.  
    One group will start at Ti Point and go through to Goat Island and the other group will do the reverse.  
    Bring a camera to capture amazing scenery along the way and hopefully we might be able to squeeze in a swim too!  

    Please ensure all your gear is clean, in case we pass any Kauri'd area. 

    As it's still summer and bound to be a hot day, PLEASE ensure you have plenty of WATER with you!!! 

    **Please note early departure time

    ** For pickups from Silverdale pickup point please register via the site or contact the organiser

    Depart:

    • -          8am The Strand, Takapuna
    • -          8.15 Silverdale

    Organiser: Imogen 027 289 8440 (no text please newbies)

    Driver: TBC x 2

    Cost:$20 members, $25 non-members, $5 juniors

    Maps: TBC

    • 10 Apr 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • 13 Apr 2020
    • 6:30 PM
    • Pier 21, Westhaven Marina

    Details to be confirmed - looking for expressions of interest initially, at 11 Dec 2019.

    Join us for a trip to Great Barrier Island with lots of birds, native bush and marine wildlife! Details to follow once we know how many people are interested in each option.

    The home party

      • Stay in accommodation in shared bunk rooms (4 bunks) on Medlands Beach. This party will have rental vehicles to get around the island, and to pick up/drop off the out party.

    Out party "the campers"

      • Day 1 - transport Tryphena to Okupu. Walk from Okupu to Whangaparapara (1 - 1.5 hour). Camp at the Green campsite. There is an option to walk up the road to the hot pools.

      • Day 2: Whangaparapara to Port Fitzroy/Kaiaraara Hut (4–4.5 hours).

      • Day 3: Port Fitzroy/Kaiaraara Hut to Mt Heale hut (4 hours). Lots of side tracks if anyone gets bored.

      • Day 4: Back out to Whangaparapara (3–3.5 hours). Pick up to Tryphena.

    Depart

    Pier 21, Westhaven Marina. Meet at 8.30am, Hauraki Express boat departs at 9.00am, arrives Tryphena approx. 11.30 am.


    Return   

    Monday 4.00 pm from Tryphena, arrives in Auckland approx. 6.30 pm.

    Costs

    • Home Party - $365  (TO BE CONFIRMED)

    • Out Party - $295   (TO BE CONFIRMED)

    Costs includes ferry, accommodation and rental vans. A deposit of $180 (TBC) is required to confirm your booking, and final payment is due by Tuesday, 20 February 2020 (TBC).

    Gear

    We also recommend carrying food and drink as this is rather expensive on the island.

    Organiser

    Chris Bilham - ph 0226573837. Please don’t hesitate to contact Chris with any questions!

    Booking

    Register through the website, or contact Karen Baeyertz at bookings@nstc.org.nz or ph 027 410 6001

    Non-members - as space is limited on this trip, priority for bookings will be given to club members.

    If you are not a member, you need to be known to the club before your booking can be accepted, and will need to pay an extra 25%  surcharge on the trip fee.  If you have completed two qualifying trips, you can apply for membership here to get the member price and priority booking.

    Maps:

    • Home Party: Routes for each day are to be confirmed - Printable (from the DOC website)
    • Out Party:

Past Tramps

19 Jan 2020 Dome Valley Traverse
12 Jan 2020 Albany Bush & Forest Tramp
5 Jan 2020 Hauraki/Devonport Loop - Summer Open Day
28 Dec 2019 Additional - Okura Walkway - Ara Weiti entrance
27 Dec 2019 Stewart Island - Xmas/New Year 2019
22 Dec 2019 Tiritiri Matangi Island, Hauraki Gulf - very kid friendly tramp
15 Dec 2019 Titirangi to Arataki
7 Dec 2019 Extra - Northcote / Birkenhead Urban Walk, North Shore
6 Dec 2019 Hauturu Weekend Trip
4 Dec 2019 December Additional Social Evening - Nutritional evening
1 Dec 2019 Xmas Party - BBQ - very kid friendly event - Wenderholm
27 Nov 2019 November Social Evening
24 Nov 2019 Coastal Browns Bay to Devonport
18 Nov 2019 Ti Point, Goat Island, Leigh
17 Nov 2019 Hapuakohe Northern End, Northern Waikato
9 Nov 2019 Pirongia Weekend Tramp - King Country
3 Nov 2019 Brynderwyns and Mangawhai Tramp
28 Oct 2019 Extra Albany tramp - forested
26 Oct 2019 Broken Hill Labour Weekend Trip
20 Oct 2019 Tawharanui, North Auckland - kid friendly
13 Oct 2019 Long & Torbay additional tramp - kid friendly tramp
12 Oct 2019 Kaimai Track Clearing, Kaimai Ranges
6 Oct 2019 Karangahake Gorge, Northern Kaimai Ranges
29 Sep 2019 Mangemangeroa Shelly Park Beach Path
25 Sep 2019 September Social Evening
22 Sep 2019 Beachlands to Maraetai, South Auckland
15 Sep 2019 Clubs 51st Anniversary Trip & Young People Tramp, Rangitoto Island, Hauraki Maritime Park
8 Sep 2019 Te Atatu Peninsula
1 Sep 2019 Coast to Coast - Fathers Day tramp
25 Aug 2019 Ahuroa, Puhoi, North Auckland
18 Aug 2019 East Auckland Urban Tramp
11 Aug 2019 Manukau Harbour, Grahams Beach to Wattle Bay
2 Aug 2019 Mt Te Aroha and Waiorongomai
31 Jul 2019 July Social Evening
28 Jul 2019 Waiuku Forest, Waikato
21 Jul 2019 Riverhead Forest, North Shore
14 Jul 2019 Shakespear Regional Park, Whangaparaoa - tramp & planting
7 Jul 2019 Northcote / Birkenhead Urban Walk, North Shore
30 Jun 2019 The Pinnacles, Coromandel
28 Jun 2019 Hauturu Weekend Trip - Cancelled
23 Jun 2019 Hakarimata, Waikato
16 Jun 2019 Te Araroa Trail - Northern Waikato River Trail
9 Jun 2019 Tapapakanga Regional Park, South Auckland
3 Jun 2019 Extra tramp - Karekare, Waitakere Ranges
2 Jun 2019 Wenderholm and Waiwera
29 May 2019 May Social Evening & AGM
26 May 2019 Mangawhai, North Auckland
21 May 2019 Ahuroa, Puhoi, North Auckland
19 May 2019 Waitakeres: Piha Beach - Esk Valley- Kitekite Waterfall
11 May 2019 Kaimai Ridge Track Clearing, Kaimai Ranges
5 May 2019 Motuihe Island Tree Planting, Hauraki Gulf
28 Apr 2019 Back up - Takapuna to Hillcrest parks
28 Apr 2019 Nikau Caves - Glow Worms - Waikaretu. Auckland/Waikato Border
20 Apr 2019 Unsworth to Albany
19 Apr 2019 Sunny East Coast Bays Bush and Foreshore
18 Apr 2019 Easter 2019, Whakatane River Walk, Te Urewera
14 Apr 2019 Goldies Bush, Te Henga Walkway and Mokoroa Stream
7 Apr 2019 Huntly to Rangiriri
31 Mar 2019 Local Albany tramp - altered 30th Mar
27 Mar 2019 March Social Evening
24 Mar 2019 Wairoa River Walk
15 Mar 2019 Cape Brett, Bay of Islands - Weekend
10 Mar 2019 Karangahake Gorge
3 Mar 2019 Hapuakohe Southern Section, Northern Waikato
23 Feb 2019 Waitomo - King Country
17 Feb 2019 Waiuku Forest, Waikato
10 Feb 2019 Waiheke Island - Park Point
3 Feb 2019 West Harbour Tramp
30 Jan 2019 January Social Evening
27 Jan 2019 Tracks around Arataki & important Kauri Dieback seminar
25 Jan 2019 Mt Hikurangi, East Cape, Anniversary Weekend 2019
20 Jan 2019 Atiu Creek, Kaipara Harbour
13 Jan 2019 Waiake, Torbay - OPEN DAY 2019
6 Jan 2019 Greenhithe - Hobsonville Tracks
27 Dec 2018 Christmas Trip: Manapouri and Southland; Mavora Lakes / Takitimu Mountains / Mt Titiroa
23 Dec 2018 East Coast Bays Bush and Foreshore
16 Dec 2018 Tiritiri Matangi Island, Hauraki Gulf
9 Dec 2018 Ernies Track, Central Hunua Ranges
2 Dec 2018 Mataia Farm Kaipara Harbour - Sunday
30 Nov 2018 Mataia Farm Kaipara Harbour - Weekend
28 Nov 2018 November Social Evening
25 Nov 2018 Mt Tamahunga, North Auckland
18 Nov 2018 Scandrett Regional Park Mahurangi, North Auckland
10 Nov 2018 Kaimai Ridge Line Working Bee, Kaimai Ranges
4 Nov 2018 Musick Point, Bucklands Beach - Low Tide
28 Oct 2018 Kaitarakihi, Coromandel Range
20 Oct 2018 Labour Weekend - Lake Tarawera, Rotorua
14 Oct 2018 Meremere, Waikato
7 Oct 2018 Waitawheta Walkway, Kaimai Ranges
30 Sep 2018 Ahuroa, Puhoi, North Auckland
26 Sep 2018 September Social Evening -South America
23 Sep 2018 Clubs 50th Anniversary Party!!
16 Sep 2018 Clubs 50th Anniversary Trip, Rangitoto Island, Hauraki Maritime Park
9 Sep 2018 Tapapakanga Regional Park, South Auckland
2 Sep 2018 Awhitu Regional Park, South Auckland
26 Aug 2018 Dome Valley, Warkworth
18 Aug 2018 Crosbies Hut, Coromandel Forest Park Mini Weekend
12 Aug 2018 Riverhead Forest, North Shore
5 Aug 2018 Manukau Coast Path, South Auckland
29 Jul 2018 Puhinui Creek Wander, South Auckland
25 Jul 2018 July Social Evening - Little Barrier Island
22 Jul 2018 Beachlands to Maraetai, South Auckland
15 Jul 2018 Ernies Track, Central Hunuas
8 Jul 2018 Mangawhai Estuary South and Beach, North Auckland
1 Jul 2018 Devonport / Bayswater / Hauraki, North Shore
24 Jun 2018 Te Henga Walkway, Waitakeres
17 Jun 2018 Takapuna to Devonport Return, North Shore
10 Jun 2018 Kimpton’s Track Brookby, South Auckland
1 Jun 2018 Queens Birthday Weekend, Tongariro National Park
30 May 2018 May Social Evening and AGM
27 May 2018 East Auckland Urban Walk
20 May 2018 Northcote/Birkenhead Urban Walk, North Shore
13 May 2018 Mt Te Aroha, Kaimai Ranges
6 May 2018 Club Planting Day, Motuihe Island, Hauraki Gulf
29 Apr 2018 South Kaipara Peninsula, North Auckland
20 Apr 2018 Extended ANZAC Weekend - Coastal Walk: Kapiwairua – Te Paki Stream, Far North
15 Apr 2018 Shakespear Regional Park, Whangaparaoa Peninsula, North Auckland
8 Apr 2018 Cosseys Dam/Wairoa Dam Hunuas, South Auckland
30 Mar 2018 Great Barrier Island - Easter
28 Mar 2018 March Social Evening - Trip Photos from China and Tibet
25 Mar 2018 Waitawa Regional Park, South East Auckland
19 Mar 2018 Kaimai Track Clearing, Kaimai Ranges
18 Mar 2018 Rotoroa Island, Hauraki Gulf
11 Mar 2018 Mangawhai Cliffs Walkway, North Auckland
4 Mar 2018 Karangahake Gorge, Waikato
25 Feb 2018 Wairoa River, Hunua Ranges
25 Feb 2018 Mercer Bay, Waitakeres (cancelled)
18 Feb 2018 Little Shoal Bay - Le Roys Bush - Kauri Point/Centennial Park - Kauri Glen, North Shore
11 Feb 2018 Oneroa Peninsula, Waiheke Island
4 Feb 2018 Atiu Creek, Kaipara Harbour
31 Jan 2018 January Social Evening
27 Jan 2018 Anniversary Weekend: Hunuas, South Auckland
21 Jan 2018 Tawharanui, North Auckland
14 Jan 2018 Summer Open Day - Mahurangi West Regional Park, North Auckland
7 Jan 2018 Long Bay to Okura, North Shore
27 Dec 2017 Christmas Trip: Kahurangi and Golden Bay
17 Dec 2017 Puhoi, North Auckland
10 Dec 2017 Waharau Regional Park, Hunua Ranges
3 Dec 2017 Tiritiri Matangi, Gulf
29 Nov 2017 November Social