With spectacular panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Waihi Beach, a walk to Orokawa Bay is an experience all visitors remember. Beautiful pohutukawa trees shelter a beach of sparkling white sand; offering great fishing, a perfect picnic location, bush walking and surfing opportunities. Swimming in the surf is not advised due to the steep grade of the seafloor.
Orokawa Bay is part of a designated scenic reserve and comprises 145 hectares of native bush, including kauri and nikau.
Access to Orokawa Bay is by an easy track at the northern end of Waihi Beach, past Oukori Bay then down to Orokawa Bay. Walkers should allow 45 minutes (one way) to reach this secluded beach.
William Wright Falls can be accessed via a 1.5km track starting at Orakawa Bay.
Homunga Bay can be accessed by a track at the northern end of Orakawa Bay.
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