recreational walking

Walk of the month (Tasman District)

Features information on a walkway in the Tasman District, including time taken and fitness level required.
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Recreation (Southland)

The rivers, lakes, mountains and sea of the Southland District provide a playground for outdoor recreation.
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Wakatipu Trails Trust

Information on the trust, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the development of a network of public non-motorised trails around the Wakatipu Basin, along with links to individual sections of the Wakatipu Trails Trust strategy.
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Gore District Council reserves and recreation

Introduces reserve areas with links to further information.
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Gore District Council
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Dunedin heritage walks

Dunedin heritage walks - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
This brochure features two heritage walks which offer the opportunity to see much of Dunedin's Victorian past, as well as changing skylines and unexpected views.
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Peninsula tracks - track classifications (Dunedin)

Defines track classifications and suitability for various tramping abilities.
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Dunedin City Council
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Dunedin City Counc
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Peninsula tracks - environmental care (Dunedin)

Outlines rules for using tracks which cross private property etc.
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Dunedin City Council
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