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Second Sundays: Wild Wild Walks


Second Sundays are a way for Sticks & Stones to give back to the community. These events are created for you and your whanau and freinds to spend some quality time together while getting active, trying something new and ultimately having fun!

As the days become a little warmer heading into summer it only makes sense to head out for a hike in the Waitakere Ranges for this month's Second Sundays! Join our commuinty of adventurers on this beautiful walk in Goldie Bush, be prepared to get your feet wet and take a leap of faith into the waterhole!

The Mokoroa Loop Track will take approximately four hours to complete with a break for lunch. Please allow for a maximum of five hours for this track. Duration: 10km | 4.5 hours. Suitable for: People with a good level of fitness. Footwear required: Light tramping/hiking boots or sturdy sneakers. Track is mostly well formed, some sections may be rough, muddy or steep. Expect a number of unformed stream crossings.

This event is being run for FREE for you, we do ask for a koha/donation to raise funds for our Charity of Choice of this month.

Each month Sticks & Stones nominates a Charity of Choice to raise funds for from Second Sundays. All profit is donated to the selected worthy cause at the end of each month. This year, Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) will be held from 9–15 October (World Mental Health Day falls on 10 October, 2017). The theme for MHAW 2017 is: Nature is Key. Sticks & Stones strongly believes in the benefits of keeping active and spending time with mother nature to improve your mental health and therefore we have selected the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand as this month's Charity of Choice!

100% of the proceeds from this event will be going to support the work the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand provide in supporting Kiwis' mental health.

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The 5 natural ways

Five natural ways to wellbeing


Me Whakawhanaunga 

Connecting with nature is great for you! The beauty is in how simple it can be. Remember if you can’t get outside, you can always bring the outdoors in.


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Nature provides, it gives everything needed to not only survive, but thrive. Here’s some cool ways you can give back to nature:


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Take notice

 Me aro tonu

It's common to go about your daily life, oblivious to your natural environment. Take some time to be mindful of what’s happening around you.


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Keep learning

Me ako tonu

There’s always something new to learn and discover when you interact with nature:


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Be active

Me kori tonu

Getting outside exposure and exercising is good for your overall health and wellbeing, plus it strengthens you connection with nature:


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