Waiopehu Scenic Reserve

This quiet and peaceful spot is just five minutes drive from central Levin.

The area has picnic tables, a meandering stream and a number of native bush walks suitable for all ages.

The remnant native podocarp forest has some large old Rimu trees. This land was proclaimed as a scenic reserve in 1913-15 after previously being set aside as a waterworks reserve. In earlier times, this land was a refuge for the Muaupoko tribe with the Koputaroa stream providing water and an abundance of eels and kakahi shellfish.

Warning: There is ongoing pest control work being conducted in parts of this reserve. Please keep children in direct sight. Dogs are not permitted in this reserve. Signage at the reserve can provide more detailed information.

Time needed to comfortably complete the trail. 1.3 Km 
This the length of the trail. 15 mins 
Easy walking trail. Easy walking trail 
Walking Trails All Ages. No Dogs.                


Details Taipitopito Whakapā

  • 1154 Queen Street East, Levin, 5510