Waitākere Ranges tour operators still able to operate
Tourism companies who guide visitors through the Waitākere Ranges will still be able to use a limited number of tracks even once the park closes to the general public on 1 May 2018.
The closure of the park will provide protection to kauri trees, currently at risk due of kauri dieback disease.
Auckland Council will begin work on upgrading tracks and improvements to the park to re-establish coastal connectivity and multi-day walking opportunities.
In the meantime, operators will be able to use a limited number of tracks within the park, meaning you will still be able to book tours for your clients through this beautiful part of Auckland.
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