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As soon as you step onto the track, you'll be greeted with an abundance of greenery and beach and ocean views. The trail winds its way through native bush, leading you on a journey of discovery and adventure. The sound of the leaves rustling in the wind, the occasional bird call, and the sound of the ocean all come together to create a peaceful and serene atmosphere.
One of the most remarkable things about the Omanawanui Track is the breathtaking views that you'll encounter along the way. The track is set on a hillside and provides panoramic views of the West Coast; on a clear day, you might even be able to see all the way down the coastline to Mt Taranaki. As you make your way to the summit, you'll be able to see for miles in every direction, and you'll be able to take in the stunning scenery that makes Auckland such a special place.
The Omanawanui track is also great for those who love to be active and get their adrenaline pumping. There are plenty of challenging sections of the track that will get your heart racing and reward you with an extra sense of accomplishment.
For those who are just starting out on their hiking journey, the Omanawanui Track is a great place to start. The track is well-maintained and easy to follow, and there are plenty of rest stops along the way where you can take a break and enjoy the scenery. There are also plenty of signs and markers to help you along the way, so you can be sure you're on the right path.
Ōmanawanui Track is nearly 3km long and climbs approximately 373m. It takes up to three hours to do the walk, depending on your fitness level.
Location Te wāhi
Whatipu Road, Huia, West AucklandPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
The drive time from central Auckland to Whatipu is approximately one hour, without traffic.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Photo opportunities are everywhere so make sure to bring your phone or camera.