Cameron Creek Track The Cameron Creek Track was badly damaged by flooding and will remain closed for the foreseeable future. QLDC are responsible for the repair and maintenance of this track and we will post an update when we have more information.
The Trust would like to thank our funders for our part of this project, QLDC, Central Lakes Trust, Otago Community Trust, Jones Family Trust, Hawea Community Association, and the give-a -little donations.
Work is well underway on the new track directly linking Hawea Flat to the Hawea River Track. This track was made possible by Devon Dairies Farm owners giving the Trust an easement for public access across their private land. The contractors have recently installed the key piece of infrastructure for the track, an underpass under […]
There has been a cliff collapse between Muir Road and John Creek. This has NOT affected the track, but please do not walk along this section of beach as a return route. Please use the track only in both directions.
COVID-19: PHYSICAL DISTANCING ON THE TRAILS 26/03/2020 PHYSICAL DISTANCING ON THE TRAILS(updated 10.30am 26/3/2020 – based on government advice) Our world has changed enormously in the past few weeks, as New Zealand braces for the important COVID-19 lockdown. With some trails likely to come under increasing pressure in the coming weeks. We’ve created some guidelines, […]
The Upper Clutha Tracks Trust and Sustainable Coastlines are having a Community Planting day at Cameron Creek/Cardrona River, followed by the official opening of the Cameron Creek Track. Sat 14th September. Community Planting from 1.30pm Details below. Track Opening 4pm
Everyone is welcome to our AGM on 8th November
This time last year Bikevember and the Trust set up a givealittle page to raise funds to build a ramp for the Hawea Swing bridge to improve access for cyclists and other users. A idea of what it may look like is pictured below A total of $2,760 was raised via the site. The project […]