Website last updated - 5th August, 2022

​​​​​​​Next Club Tramp

Saturday 5th August - NOTE Change of Day:   

1. Sunday's weather looks dodgy so the tramp to Homunga Bay (& easy option to Orokawa Bay) is now on Saturday (6th).

2. Start tramping from the Waihi Beach Reservoir at 8.30am, changed from nine o' clock. Similarly an 8.30 start from the Surf Club for the easy option.

    So leave Rocket Park & Katikati Memorial car park at 8am.

Be sure to inform Grant by 7.30pm on Friday if you're going:  (07) 985 1111 or 0274 750 556.


Trip Reports

Recent 2022 reports are now posted.

Trip and Meeting Schedules 

The new June - December 2022 schedule is now posted.

The next Club meeting: Will be on July 21st.

​​​​​​​Next Planning MeetingDate and venue yet to be decided.

Club Trips Record - now up to March 2022.

A history of club trips can be found on the Club History page and will be updated from time to time.


Early Club Newsletters

A project to digitise early club newsletters is underway and these can be found on the Early Club Newsletters Page.  Starting with the first full newsletter in 1979, we are currently up to August 2000.  If any club member would like to have their own collection, contact Peter L-J.


Lindemann Tracks Maintenance Update

Maintenance work on the Lindemann Track network is ongoing.  The next 2022 work day has yet to be decided.



Welcome to the Katikati Tramping Club website.

As a club based in the Western Bay Of Plenty, and dedicated to outdoor activities, we endeavour to encourage people to enjoy the amazing environment with which New Zealand is blessed .

Club trips range from family walks on easy tracks to longer, multi day tramps on and off track in difficult terrain.

We run a trip every second weekend, usually within easy driving distance of Katikati, though occasionally we venture further afield if the destination is worth the extra driving time.  Occasional mid-week trips are also done on an ad hoc basis.  Longer, 3 or 4 day weekend trips are a regular occurrence, and these are usually day trips made from a fixed base about half a day's driving from Katikati.

Tramping is not just a healthy activity, it is also a great way to make new friends and meet new people.  The social aspect of tramping is as important as the physical activity.

We actively encourage new members, so go to the 'How to Join the Club' page and see how easy it is.  All the information you need will be there.