Te Huruhi Reserve is situated in the settlement of Blackpool, Waiheke Island. It is bounded by Tahatai Road to the north and east, although for much of its length residential subdivision separates the reserve from the road itself. To the south-east Tahatai Road abuts the reserve boundary directly. To the south the reserve frontage is with Huruhi Bay, while to the west it adjoins rural land which is predominantly in regenerating native forest.
The reserve has three classifications under the Reserve Act 1977. Lot 1 DP 45886 is classified as a Local Purpose (Marae) Reserve, Lot 2 DP 45886 is classified as Recreation Reserve, and Lot 3 DP 45886 is classified as Local Purpose (Esplanade) Reserve. The total area occupied by the reserve is 7.9364 hectares. The largest area of the reserve is Lot 2, which is currently leased to the Waiheke Island Pony Club. Lot 1 is leased to the Piritahi Marae Committee, and Lot 3 is used for access to both Huruhi Bay and to properties located further to the south.. Dog exercise: Your dog is allowed under control on a leash in the area of Blackpool Beach between and including Huruhi Urupa at the bottom of Tui Street and Piritahi Marae at the bottom of Tahatai Road.