SOME SUCCESSFUL HUNTS WEKAWILDS

Posted on Jan 18, 2015 in Blog

A few shots of happy hunters at Wekawilds ,,,...

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BARRY CRUMP’S A FRAME HUT RESTORED

Posted on Jan 18, 2015 in Blog

BARRY CRUMP’S A FRAME HUT RESTORED

In November 2013 we at Wekawilds aquired Barry Crump’s old A frame hut which  had no permanent residents since Barry and Robin lived in it :Barry and Robin built the A Frame in 1982-1983 and Barry left in (1991)     We then moved it up to wekawilds with two diggers and a Bulldozer taking eight hours for the two km journey     We had Michael Holland from T.V.N.Z from Seven sharp come up and do a story on the A frame   and after Many months of hard work and guidance from Robin we have restored...

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Moving Crumpy’s Hut

Posted on Jan 2, 2014 in Blog

Moving Crumpy’s Hut

“A story about an inspired Opotiki local who’s dragged Barry Crump’s A-frame out of the hills of Pakihi Vallley to restore it on his land for posterity, for everyone to see – especially those who are riding the Motu Trails – another reason to experience this beautiful region!” – SevenSharp, tvnz.co.nz Watch the clip here: http://tvnz.co.nz/seven-sharp/barry-s-place-video-5755236

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Taine Subritzky of Weka Wilds

Posted on Nov 2, 2013 in Blog, Gallery

Taine Subritzky of Weka Wilds

We organized a special weekend for a couple of friends from Auckland for Valentine’s Day. This lovely couple took our son Taine hunting, and came back with a rather large red stag! Also a fishing expedition at Te Kaha yielded a few Crayfish, so coupled with some tasty wood fired oven pizzas. dinner was a feast!            ...

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Arrival Magazine Visits Us!

Posted on Nov 2, 2012 in Blog

Arrival Magazine Visits Us!

Kiwi Dream Job employee Dean’s jam packed 2 month Kiwi adventure around NZ with Arrival Magazine NZ! Post by Weka Wilds. Post by Weka...

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Going Gangnam in the Bush

Posted on Oct 10, 2012 in Blog, Gallery

Going Gangnam in the Bush

Recently we hosted 3 lovely Korean gentlemen at Weka Wilds, and they certainly showed us how to do it Gangnam style in the bush! Inexperienced with rural camping, we had the pleasure of teaching them how to set up camp, build a campfire to cook lunch and breakfast, and after a hot days’ tramping in the bush and night hunting the local possum population they were pretty exhausted. So why not come and enjoy the beautiful bush in and around Opotiki, and come and spend some quality time experiencing the Pakihi...

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