A great stop in Waitakere, they provide a great viewing platform overlooking the area, and a small but informative museum. There is also a good shop there, with a mobile van selling drinks and ice cream.
The scenery is surprisingly good. You can see the entire Auckland city view. There are three different viewing points. Can get rich tour information. All you can see is the forest and the sea. The only way to go to piha beach.
In the beautiful mountains, the air is exceptionally fresh, and the vegetation is extremely rich and vibrant. Walking through the woods along the trail, gurgling water is with you, sometimes the spring water dingdong, sometimes the waterfall flows.
I like the autumn scenery here the most, with rich colors.
The largest regional park in the area, the Waitakere Mountains, is the best hiking place in the area. It is not far from the city and is also suitable for mountain biking, as many people do. There are unexpectedly magnificent scenery here, and there are also many places to play, beaches, waterfalls, rivers, and forests. It is a one-stop shop and the scenery is very beautiful. It is also the place where "Bridge of Wonderland" was filmed, and it is also a famous attraction. There are also walking sightseeing trails to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way. I am also in the dense jungle. It is novel and interesting. The park is a good place to play and relax. You can sit on the rocks and feel the language of nature. The air is a natural oxygen tank, fresh and beautiful, and the whole person is very cool, without the slightest sense of fatigue. Come to the beach again and watch the evening scenery in the sun. The mountains are so spectacular, the sea is quiet, and there are waves coming from time to time. The tranquility and beauty are really intoxicating. The waterfall flows down from the rocky gorge, and then gathers together, refreshing and refreshing. Location Information: 300 Scenic Drive, Titirangi Opening Hours: All Day Ticket Information: Free Tips: You can see more beautiful scenery in autumn