East harbour (Landing page (Walking running and tramping (caring for your…
Hunting (info about deer hunting balot being closed - pig hungint permits info with links and email addresses)
Mountain biking and cycling (pencarrow coast road, parangarahu lakes area, northern forest, know before you go code)
Events (just info about getting a concession)
Parangarahu Lakes area (pencarrow coastal trail, East habrour track update)
exclusion zones and restricted areas
Park interest groups (mainland island restoration operation (MIRO), Eastbourne Forest Rangers, Friends of Baring Head)
Eastbourne Forest Rangers
Friends of Baring Head
Butterfly creek (history, cutting the tracks, tea and scones, eastboyrne forest rangers, and today)
Baring head/orua-pouanui (walking tracks/native plants and animals/getting there)
Focus on baring head - redevelopment of the lighthouse cottages and compound
Walking running and tramping (caring for your park, safety, list of walks including pencarrow coast, baring head, days bay, eastbourne, lowry bay, point howardetc.)
Point Howard tracks
Lowry Bay tracks
Wainuiomata Valley tracks
Days bay tracks
Look after your park
Contact the ranger
Getting there and staying safe
Ship wreck history?
Volunteers and dotterels?
Key native ecosystems
Do the tracks need to be separated out like that? Is there an easier way to do it? By area?
Do we need to have separate pages for the different areas? Or one page talking about each of them.
if yes - what important distinctions are there that need to be made? ecology? trails? history?
Are the mountain biking and cycling tracks the same as walking?
Tracks and trails - map from brochure is good.