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Te Mata Peak

Image of Te Mata Peak park.

Te Mata Peak is a local heritage site and cultural landmark, and is one of the most visited places in Hawke’s Bay.

Standing at 399 metres, Te Mata Peak sits within a 99 hectare park in Havelock North. It is a favourite place for a wide range of recreational activities, from walking and mountain biking to and picnics and events. There are picnic tables in the park, placed to make the most of stunning views of the district.

Seating: Yes

Public toilets: Yes, at the main Te Mata Park entrance and at the Tauroa Rd entrance

The entrances to the reserve are off Te Mata Peak Rd and Tauroa Rd; (the peak gates are closed overnight from 10pm).

Te Mata Park is managed by Te Mata Park Trust Board. To find out about activities in the park and read the history and management plan see the Te Mata Park website

 

Te Mata Peak Location Map

Te Mata Peak Rd, Havelock North, Hastings 4130

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