recreational walking

Parks and reserves (Upper Hutt)

Upper Hutt contains many attractive parks and gardens, majestic trees, picnic areas and playing fields with over 50 parks and reserves throughout the city.
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Parks and reserves (Tauranga)

Lists a number of parks and reserves in and around Tauranga.
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Tauranga City Council
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Tauranga City Council
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Things to see and do (South Taranaki)

Contains links to information on activities in the South Taranaki region, including walks.
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South Taranaki District Council
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South Taranaki District Council
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Future Ruapehu - asset management plans

Recreation and community facilities An index and summary to the asset management document.
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Ruapehu District Council
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Okareka walkway (Rotorua)

This 5.5 kilometre return walk starts at Acacia Road and follows the lake edge to the Okareka Outlet. The walk features farmland, beach, lake and wetland scenery, expansive views and wildlife.
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Rodney Physical Activity Strategy - appendices

Rodney contains a wide variety of natural environments ranging from rugged surf beaches, sheltered estuaries, and harbours through to open farmland, exotic production forests and stands of native bush.
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Rodney Physical Activity Strategy 2006-2009 - part 2

Rodney contains a wide variety of natural environments ranging from rugged surf beaches, sheltered estuaries, and harbours through to open farmland, exotic production forests and stands of native bush.
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