Warren's and Bridle Tracks

Warren's and Bridle Tracks - Port Fitzroy

Warren's and Bridle Tracks

Port Fitzroy


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11 Great Barrier Island

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Marios Gavalas

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6 km return | 2 hours return

The series of swimming holes culminates in the small waterfall cascading gently through the shaded gully.


The start of the track is signposted opposite the DoC office at Akapoua, 1km south of Port Fitzroy.


The track is wide and even for 20 minutes, crossing the shallow stream twice before following it 20 metres along its rocky side to a waterfall.

The 25 minutes to the junction with the Bridle track (5 minutes from the DoC office) is wide, metalled an even.


Feature Value Info


DOC Auckland

Central government organisation


North IslandAuckland RegionGreat Barrier Island


  • Walking
  • Free


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Ben Island

New Zealand

Ranking: 8/10

Nice, easy grade loop track in FitzRoy area. Lots of kauri and deep pools to cool off.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

DOC Managed

Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍

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Cymen Crick

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