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Stony Batter Historic Reserve

14 locals recommend

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January 27, 2021
Wonderful historic site with World War 2 gun emplacements. You can walk through the tunnels and admire stunning views of the Hauraki Gulf.
October 14, 2020
Lovely long (and short) walkways, WW2 gun emplacements and underground tunnels.
April 24, 2020
Located out at the far end of Waiheke Island, Stony Batter is both a former military fortification but also has unique rock formations that make you feel like you have been dropped into the Scottish Highlands. The walk is pretty suitable for all ages (smaller children might need to be carried) but…
March 5, 2020
Stony Batter is a historic defence installation at the northeastern end of Waiheke Island. It is sited within a 50-acre scenic reserve of the same name, owned by the New Zealand Department of Conservation. The park serves double duty as a historical and nature reserve, containing unusual rock…
November 6, 2019
is a great walk and away from the crowd, take some water or a picnic

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