- Monday7 AM – 6 PM
- Tuesday7 AM – 6 PM
- Wednesday7 AM – 6 PM
- Thursday7 AM – 6 PM
- Friday7 AM – 6 PM
- Saturday7 AM – 6 PM
- Sunday7 AM – 6 PM
More info He pārongo atu anōVisit website
Duder Regional Park is a stunning nature reserve located in Whakakaiwhara Peninsula, South-East Auckland. This park boasts an abundance of breathtaking landscapes, ranging from rolling hills and grasslands, to stunning coastline and sandy beaches. This park is a true gem for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. It is also a popular place for fishing, picnics, boating and camping.
Another reason why Duder Regional Park is a must-visit destination is its incredible scenic views. The park offers a variety of panoramic vistas that take in the rugged coastlines, rolling hills, and lush greenery that make up this unique landscape. Whether you're standing on one of the park's many cliffs or simply taking a leisurely stroll through the park, you're sure to be struck by the sheer beauty of this natural wonderland.
Duder Regional Park is also home to several important ecosystems. The park's rolling hills and grasslands are a vital habitat for many species of native birds and other wildlife. Some of the most notable species found in the park include the Tui, grey warbler, kingfisher, and silvereye.
If you like walking, the park has several walking trails including 'Whakakaiwhara Pa Walk,' 'Coastal Walk’ and the popular ’Farm Loop' a two-hour return walk through rolling farmland with grazing cattle, sheep, and panoramic views of the Hauraki Gulf Islands.
There are many picnic areas if you feel like relaxing, having a bite to eat, and soak up the sun. Don’t worry if you’ve forgotten to pack your lunch as the park is close to the village of Clevedon where you can grab some supplies for your picnic. For those who want to spend the night under the stars, there are several campsites available throughout the park.
Mountain biking, horseback riding (by permit only), fishing, and swimming during high tide are some of the other activities available in the park.
Duder Regional Park is an absolute must-visit destination for anyone who loves the great outdoors. With its stunning coastline, diverse range of flora and fauna, breathtaking scenic views, and well-appointed picnic areas and campsites, this park truly has something for everyone.
Location Te wāhi
North Road, ClevedonPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
Duder Regional Park is located approximately 35 minutes from Auckland city centre by car. Simply take the Southern Motorway and follow the signs for Clevedon. Once you arrive in Clevedon, follow the signs for the park.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Be sure to bring a picnic for lunch - there are plenty of spots to pull up a blanket and enjoy the gorgeous views.