Time: 9:45 am - 3:30 pm
WALK Wear sturdy walking shoes or boots. Bring snacks, lunch, water bottle, sunhat, sunscreen, camera and jacket.
Duration: 6-7 hours
Cost: $35 adults, $20 children – includes Ferry, two walks, nibbles and drinks
Hop onto our Black Cat charter ferry and head to Ōtamahua/ Quail Island for an action packed day featuring the Minister of Conservation opening a new family friendly tramping hut. Otamahua/Quail Island Restoration Trust volunteers will lead walks featuring the island’s unique history as a quarantine station and their work to restore its native biodiversity, and we’ve got a Pirates Treasure Hunt for families in the afternoon. Get inspired to plan a future visit with family and friends to create your own overnight adventure!
ALL WALKS MUST BE BOOKED AND PAID FOR IN ADVANCE
1. Before booking have your credit card and the contact details and emergency numbers for yourself and any others you are booking ready.
2. To book visit www.eventfinda.co.nz/tour/2018/banks-peninsula-walking-festival. If you do not have a computer phone Sue on 021 0417 402
3. After booking download information on where to meet and what to bring. Eventfinda will email a ticket for each walk you book. Use the link on the ticket to download the information and bring it with you on the day.
4. On the day of your walk visit www.bpwalks.co.nz to check for any changes. Walks proceed in most weather conditions, but will be cancelled in severe weather. Full refunds are paid if walks are cancelled by the Festival.
You are responsible for your own safety, equipment, vehicle and food. You must wear sturdy walking shoes or tramping boots and bring warm clothing, water, sun hat, sunscreen and a waterproof layer, plus lunch and snacks as stated in the programme.
Walking poles strongly advised. Note that if you present your booking ticket you will receive a 25% discount off all “Traverse” brand walking poles from “Hunting & Fishing” at Tower Junction
Book early to avoid disappointment!