Papamoa Hills Regional Park (Te Rae o Papamoa)
History, culture and heritage
The Park is significant in New Zealand's archaeological landscape as there are few examples of historical occupation of such complexity in such a relatively small area. This can be attributed to a large extent to the careful management of the land by the McNaughton family since the late 1800s. It is an extremely valuable public asset that should be preserved and celebrated in the future. Learn more.
Walking trails are Papamoa Hills Regional Park's main feature. Take a stroll through the farmland and enjoy the panoramic coastal views. For more information on walking in the Park, including a track map, click here.
Papamoa Hills Regional Park Management Plan
The Papamoa Hills Regional Park Management Plan was developed in July 2007 and includes information on the Park history, the community vision for the Park and details the management policies and actions.
Getting there/Opening hours
Papamoa Hills is located in the Western Bay of Plenty, click here for more information on how to get to the Park
6.30am - 7.00pm (winter)
6.30am - 9.00pm (summer)
There are certain prohibitied activities in the Park, to find out more about these click here.
For more information
For more information on the Papamoa Hills Regional Park, contact Bay of Plenty Regional Council on the details below.
For assistance call the Park Ranger on 021744509