Bell Rock at Boundary Stream Mainland Island
Boundary Stream Mainland Island encompasses the 702 ha Boundary Stream Scenic Reserve and 100 ha of private land. It extends from lowland forest at 300 metres above sea level to montane forest at 1000 metres above sea level. It is home to a number of threatened species including North Island brown kiwi, kākā and kōkako, New Zealand falcon and kererū.
Boundary Stream Mainland Island runs from lowland to mountain environments. Threatened species in the reserve include the North Island brown kiwi, kākā and kōkako, New Zealand falcon and kererū.
Whether you're interested in taking the family on the gentle Tumanako Loop Track or want to hike the Kamahi Loop Track to Shine Falls, there are a number of tracks at Boundary Stream Mainland Island.
For Boundary Stream Mainland Island camping is available at Lake Tutira and and also along the Mohaka River at the Glenfalls and Everetts campsites off Waitara Road.
Find out how to get to Boundary Stream Mainland Island and what precautions to take.
Students will learn about how DOC is restoring native habitat at Boundary Stream Mainland Island.
Find businesses that are DOC-approved to provide activities and services in Boundary Stream Mainland Island.
DOC maps: Discover the outdoors - DOC's key places, campsites, tracks and huts, and visitor centres on a map
Check, Clean, Dry between waterways and stop the spread of didymo.
Follow the Outdoor Safety Code:1. Plan your trip2. Tell someone3. Be aware of the weather4. Know your limits5. Take sufficient supplies
Alerts for Hawke's Bay places
Further information about Boundary Stream is available from the: