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Grahams Bush Walkway

From its eastern entrance in Sawyers Bay, Grahams Bush Walkway climbs steadily through native bush, offering views of Otago Harbour and Otago Peninsula.

The walkway follows a small creek through kanuka and fuchsia before reaching more mature forest, including stands of rimu and miro trees.

Grahams Bush Walkway links with the Organ Pipes Track located further along Mount Cargill Road at the walkway’s western end. The Organ Pipes are spectacular rock columns located on the side of Mount Cargill.

Access

The eastern entrance to Grahams Bush Walkway is signposted from the end of Halls Road. From the west, the walkway can be accessed from Mount Cargill Road.

Conditions and closures

To find out more about conditions of access on this walkway (eg, access with bikes, dogs or horses) and any temporary or seasonal closures, visit the Department of Conservation's website or contact the nearest Department of Conservation area office.

At a glance

Walking time: 1 hour 15 minutes one way
Length: 2km one way
Created: 10 August 1995
Controlling authority: Department of Conservation

For more information about this walkway and the surrounding area, visit the Grahams Bush Walkway page on the Department of Conservation’s website.