Take a trip to the edge of the district to get to this popular summer spot – about an hour’s drive from central Hastings. Waipatiki is a small beachside community located 11km off the main Napier-Gisborne Highway.
The reserve consists of two distinct areas; the native bush area to the north, and the open space domain area with picnic table and toilets that leads to the beachfront.
Public toilets: Yes
The entrance to the reserve is off Waipatiki Rd.
Maintenance and development programmes for this domain and reserve are governed by the Waipatiki Domain and Waipatiki Bush Reserve Management Plan.
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