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Driving Creek Railway Conservation Park

Driving Creek Conservation Park strives to continue Barry Brickell’s ecological vision and legacy of seamless transitions between art, engineering and conservation.

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Book a guided walking tour or enjoy a self-guided walk through regenerating bush and inside the fenced pest-free
wildlife sanctuary.

Learn about the logging and gold mining history of the Driving Creek property and Barry Brickell’s mission to re-create a native forest.

Find out about our resident birds and wētā, and view the endangered geckos within the sanctuary enclosures.

Learn about the significant pest-control and habitat restoration work undertaken to provide a safe-haven for native species.

View the stunning nine-metre-tall terracotta kauri tree created by Barry Brickell himself and wander amongst the other sculptures set within the replanted sanctuary enclave.

 

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Physical Address

380 Driving Creek Road
Coromandel Town

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