Contact Us

We hope you are finding the greataucklandwalks.com website informative and helpful.  We also understand that you may have questions you wish to ask, a problem you want to discuss or something that you need to inform us about.  Perhaps we have something incorrect on our site about a walk or have missed a vital piece of information.  Maybe a link or google map is not working correctly.

Whatever the need to contact us – we would love to hear from you.

Please use the comments box below to get in touch and we will get back in touch with you.

Alternatively, you can contact me on richard@greataucklandwalks.com and I will respond asap.

Thanks for taking the time and we’re looking forward to hearing from you.

Richard

About

I'm a family man who loves to enjoy the outdoors with my wife and 4 kids. I have spent years walking and running some of the wonderful tracks around Auckland and New Zealand .This website has been put together to help others enjoy the amazing array of walks we have in the Auckland Region. Further, we wish to honour the track-building work of my father-in-law, Hugh Willis who has spent thousands of hours since 1969 preserving, building and maintaining tracks on Auckland's North Shore.

4 comments on “Contact Us
  1. JanaLee Petersen says:

    Thank you so much for your website! My family and I are traveling to New Zealand for the first time in February. We would really like to see the glowworms. I found your page regarding the “Awaruku Bush Reserve: Waterfall and Glow Worms in Auckland!” Not being familiar with these creatures, are they in this area year round?
    Thanks for your help.

  2. Lexa says:

    I like to walk but cannot walk a long distance at a time without pausing to sit. I cannot find any info about seats along these walks. I’m sure it is into many people would find useful.

    • Richard says:

      Hi Lexa
      Most of the maps have the walks on them where they exist. Can you please let me know which Maps, in particular, you are unable to locate the seats? I try to ensure they are added to the maps.
      Thanks
      Richard

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