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Te Araroa trail: Connecting people and places

Travel online to experience part of Te Araroa trail in
Te Tai Tokerau (Northland) and find out why it is much more than a walk.

 More about Te Araroa.

Discover more 
Background reading, images, narrations, keywords and quizzes. 

Connect with experts
Insights into people, their careers and a chance to ask them questions in a LIVE web conference.

Walking Te Araroa trail.
 Te Araroa trail field trip videos.

Explore the field trip videos 
Videos and more showcasing places, people, ideas and initiatives on this field trip.

Take the Google Earth for Web tour 
A virtual tour of the field trip with GIS mapping, 3D locations, images, daily diaries and video.

 Te Araroa trail Google Earth.
 Te Araroa challenge ideas.

Share your ideas!  
Take your your learning further and share your thinking with us! 

About this trip

Did you know that Te Araroa trail is a continuous 3000km walking track from Cape Reinga to Bluff? It passes through beaches, mountains, rivers, towns, cities, and countryside. The trail traverses over both public and private land and can be walked all at once, or over a lifetime. 

In April, you will travel online to Te Tokerau-Northland to:

  • discover a stunning part of the Te Araroa trail at Bream Head, near Whangārei
  • explore how to access the outdoors responsibly and safely
  • inquire into collaborative efforts that support biodiversity along the trail. 

Curriculum

This online field trip supports a STEAM-based, cross curricular approach to teaching and learning. Participation encourages curiosity, citizen-science and student inquiry. Access curriculum links, resources and a glossary.

Goal 15 Life on land.This trip supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially Goal 15: Life on Land: Take urgent and significant action to reduce the degradation of natural habitats, halt the loss of biodiversity and protect and prevent the extinction of threatened species.

 

 

Generously supported by: 

 Teararoa logo.MOE.    Walking Access NZ.   FF.