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Fruit and Nut Trees

Across Heretaunga Hastings, in our parks and open spaces, fruit and nut trees have been planted by Hastings District Council for our community to enjoy.

There are a number of edible fruit and nut trees located in parks and reserves across Heretaunga Hastings which people are welcome to pick from and enjoy.    

For example:

  • An orchard in the Duart House and Gardens includes walnuts, citrus, apple, plum, pear, feijoa, tangelo and cranberry.
  • Walnut and/or chestnut trees can be found in our premier parks, including Frimley Park, Windsor Park, Cornwall Park, and Flaxmere Park.

Some of these edible trees are shown on the map below, as a tool for people who may wish to forage when visiting our beautiful parks.

Take only what you need, so there is enough for others.



Edible Trees Map

Disclaimer: Please note, some of the trees that appear in the map above may have been damaged or failed during Cyclone Gabrielle. This map will be updated as our data is updated.


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