OBJECTIVES OF WILD AUCKLAND!
Fun, achievable, adventurous off-road runs – capturing the adventurer in all of us!
Family friendly – with courses for the whole family
Getting people out of the city to experience the parks and enjoy their amazing views and scenery
Showcase and introduce people to some of the newer Auckland Regional Parks
Show people alternatives to the Waitakere Ranges trails, now they are closed due to Kauri Dieback
Introduce people to camping in these parks – free camping the night before
We’re stoked to have Bivouac as our title sponsor!
About Bivouac Outdoor
Bivouac Outdoor provides premium clothing and equipment from the world’s best brands for camping, climbing, cycling, fitness, hiking, snow sports and travel. We enable our customers to have a lifetime of safe, comfortable and inspiring outdoor adventures New Zealand and overseas.
We are passionate about the outdoors and committed to promoting environmental stewardship and increasing access to outdoor recreation through volunteerism, athlete sponsorship and financial contributions.
Bivouac Outdoor offers many ways to research and buy outdoor products so that our customers can shop where, when and how they prefer. Our team use their experience and passion to allow everyone to make the most of their time.
Our customers are the heart of our business, their experience, achievements and joy is what makes us who we are. We help those who are Committed to Adventure.
Your adventure is our adventure
You want gear that makes your outdoor adventure safer, easier and more comfortable (and look good), so we focus on sourcing the best New Zealand and international brand outdoor clothing and gear to give you just that. From first aid and compasses to specialised climbing gear, from headwear to keep your noggin from being burnt or frozen to footwear that will take you anywhere, from short treks to full on hard going journeys and everything in between, we’ve got you covered.
An attractive coastal farm park, Tāpapakanga has a rich Māori and European history and offers an accessible, pōhutukawa edged beach on the western shores of the Firth of Thames. A mix of bush, farm and coastal land.
Set on the eastern end of the Peninsula, this park boasts some of our region’s most beautiful white sand beaches, rolling pastures, shingled bays, native coastal forest and regenerating wetlands.
Te Rau Pūriri is a 247 hectare property at South Head on the South Kaipara Peninsula. Te Rau Puriri is unique because it offers access to one of the best beaches on the Kaipara Harbour and the major lake (Lake Ototoa) on the peninsula.
This venue will offer coastal and forestry running. Experience Auckland’s famous black sand of the west coast, spectacular beaches and pine forest planted atop sand dunes.