Event 3 – TE RAU PURIRI REGIONAL PARK

Event 3 – TE RAU PURIRI REGIONAL PARK2018-12-03T08:43:45+00:00

EVENT 3 – TE RAU PURIRI REGIONAL PARK

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.

The working farm includes blocks of native bush, new planting and some awesome Puriri tree stands.  Views of the Kaipara Harbor are plentiful on all courses.

Here’s a sneak look at the park and its terrain! In the order you’ll see them during the courses.

DIRECTIONS

  • The event base is at Te Rau Puriri Regional Park.
  • The google map link for the event base is HERE
  • Allow 1 hr 15 to 1 hr 20 to get there from central Auckland
  • When you turn off the main road continue until you nearly hit the water and turn left into the carpark
  • Please drive slowly and be aware of runners and walkers
  • Park as directed in the big paddock

TIMETABLE

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Kids Dash (2-3km)

The Tour (7-10km)

The Discover (12-15km)

The Expedition (18-25km)

Registration at the venue

 From 8am
From 8am
From 8am
From 8am

Race Briefing

11:45am
10:15am
9:45am
8:45am

Start

12noon
10:30am
10am
9am

Prizegiving

1pm
1pm
1pm
1pm

THE COURSES

KIDS DASH

TOUR

DISCOVERY

EXPEDITION

Courses will be clearly marked with course marking and marshals where necessary.

As a condition of our permit with Auckland Council, courses may be subject to change due to weather and ground conditions.

ON COURSE REFRESHMENTS

Please ensure you have enough nutritional supplies and water for your needs.  Saying that, we will provide a water stop on the course at the distances indicated above for each course.  This water station will have water and jet planes!

At the finish we will have water and Tailwind electrolyte drink – don’t forget your reusable cup!

COMPULSORY GEAR

For this series of events, due to the nature of the courses we do not insist on any compulsory gear.  However we recommend the longer course participants take the basics as it’s good practice to carry this type of gear anytime you hit the trails!

We recommend the following: Whistle, wind and waterproof seam sealed jacket, thermal hat/Thir, at least 1 litre of fluid, a survival blanket, a mobile phone and a first aid kit.

You will also need your reusable cup as we will not have paper cups at aid stations – these are provided in your race pack.

START LIST

Click here for start list

RESULTS

Results should be available live on the day on our event website RESULTS PAGE HERE

PRIZEGIVING

We’ll be handing smaller spot prizes out during the day randomly as people cross the finish line.
The main prizegiving for some token merit prizes (fastest male and female on each course) and major spot prizes will be at around 1pm.

PHOTOS

Photos4sale will be on the course taking photos on a PWYW (pay what you want) basis.  Go to photos4sale.co.nz and enter your bib number and all the photos taken of you will be displayed.

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.

www.bivouac.co.nz

And a big thanks to our other sponsors too!

A Total Endurance Fuel – All you need, all day. Really!

The strength, growth and flexibility you need now…

CrampFix® offers athletes FAST, RELIABLE & EFFECTIVE Cramp Management.

Team building, energisers & icebreakers and team wellbeing

REUSABLE CUPS

Lactic Turkey Events tries to do our bit for the environment and we’ve been #paperplasticcupfree for our trail runs for two years now.  We’ve sourced a new type of 220ml foldable/crushable reusable cup as per below.

Thanks to IronOak Financial Services, everyone will get one of these free for their first event, to use at our events or any other event that is cupless!

If you lose your cup for some reason then you can purchase replacements for $4.  These can be purchased at our online store HERE.

There will not be any paper/plastic cups at the aid stations throughout the day or at the finish line, so you will need to take this on the run with you to use.

DO YOUR BIT FOR KAURI DIEBACK

The idea of the Wild Auckland series is to introduce you to new parks and trails now that the Waitakere Ranges and increasingly more parks close due to Kauri Dieback.  The parks we take you to may not be closed but best practise dictates that we use the same principles of Kauri Dieback management in all regional parks.

We continue to work with the Auckland Council to ensure that we mitigate the risk of the event spreading Kauri dieback.  Through these measures and education of participants and supporters we ensure that we are using best practice to minimise the risk of spreading the disease that is affecting New Zealand’s greatest and most majestic native trees.

The event also aims to help raise awareness of the Kauri dieback issue to the wider public.

Please ensure you read all the information on Kauri dieback here which outlines what the issue is and what you can do – whether part of the event or in your training.  Lets all help raise awareness of the issue!

The New Zealand College of Chiropractic

The New Zealand College of Chiropractic is excited to have a presence at the Wild Auckland Series! We’ll be at each event supporting in any way we can. We are excited to explore the Auckland area together. We want to know how your training has been going, how your races have been and any future goals you may have! If you’re curious to learn more about how chiropractic can play an integral role in achieving yourgoals, enhancing your performance, and improving your overall health and wellbeing come to our tent and have a chat with us. We look forward to seeing you all there!