One Hour - discover our beautiful NZ bush just 10 mins from Auckland City.
Birkenhead Village is flanked by the largest green stand of native bush on the Shore, second only to Titirangi in the greater Auckland area. A stone's throw from Birkenhead Avenue, LeRoys Bush is a nature lovers paradise with access off main entrance 210-212 Onewa Road, Hinemoa and Enterprise Streets.
A new Access directly into the heart of this walk from the middle of Birkenhead Village has now been added in 2016. Access directly opposite Birkenhead Library.
The maori "pipi walk" was a food trail running down the ridge to the shoreline of the mangrove estuary. Here the Maori sourced supplies of local seafood. This walk is a unique native bush experience with tall kauri and totara trees, nikau palms, tuis, tiwakawaka and Kereru (native wood pigeon).
The tracks are in terrific condition and provide an easy walk for day visitors. Start or end the day with a great coffee from a village café. Alternatively put together a picnic from one of our owner operated bakeries or gourmet delicatessens.
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO KAURI DIE BACK TRACKS FROM LITTLE SHOAL BAY JUNCTION BACK UP TO HINEMOA STREET ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED AND WILL REOPEN AT THE END OF JUNE. ALL OTHER LEROYS BUSH TRACKS ARE OPEN.
Points of Interest
Birdlife - fantail, tui, kereru (wood pigeons)
Native Trees - kauri, nikau palms, totara
Little Shoal Bay - a rich source of seafood and pipis
Riverbank Glowworms (only visible in the evenings)