Boundary Stream Walkway is located 60km north of Napier. It passes through scenic reserve and farmland, taking in native forest and sandstone bluffs and the Hawke’s Bay’s highest waterfall, Shines Falls.
The area is home to a diverse range of native birds including the North Island brown kiwi, kaka, kokako, NZ falcon and kereru. Large populations of more common species including tui, bellbird, whitehead and North Island robin are also present. Threatened plants such as kakabeak and yellow-flowered mistletoe may be spotted by the keen-eyed.
How to get here
Boundary Stream Walkway is 60km north of Napier. It can be accessed from Pohokura Road, at its western end, or Heays Access Road, at its eastern end.
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