rural walkways

Walkways (South Taranaki)

Information on five popular walkways in the South Taranaki region.
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South Taranaki District 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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Drawing for Pahurehure Inlet Management Plan (Papakura)

The draft plan drawing shows ways in which the area could be enhanced for greater recreational values including developing walkways around the inlet.
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Open space and access to waterways (Horowhenua District Council))

Section 4, District Plan Outlines issues and objectives relating to public access and environmental protection of coast, lakes and rivers in the region.
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Horowhenua
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Facilities, parks and reserves (Horowhenua district)

Lists the 88 recreational reserve areas in the Horowhenua District
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The path ahead Rotary Centennial Pathways Trust

A vision to build a network of pathways The pathways project is a regional initiative aimed at linking Hawke's Bay cities and coastal townships via recreational walkways and cycleways for individuals, families and tourists.
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Heritage trails (Hawkes Bay)

Hawke’s Bay is considered New Zealand’s showcase for Heritage Trail development, with 17 trails created since 1991, a higher number than any other region. Early trails covered Waimarama, Highway 50 in Central Hawke’s Bay and the Napier waterfront, which has since been incorporated into the Ahuriri Walk.

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Walking in the Wellington region

New maps for walkers Lower Hutt man Geoff Aitken has published two maps to encourage people to walk and tramp around Wellington, Kapiti and Wairarapa.
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John Rhodes
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Greater Welli
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Walking, running and hiking (Wgtn Region)

A walk in one of the regional parks and forests is a great way to explore the diverse landscapes of Greater Wellington.
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Gisborne urban coastal strategy - 2005-25

To shape future coastal development trends, the Gisborne District Council has prepared this long-term strategy for the coastal areas in and aro
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Living Streets Aotearoa is the New Zealand organisation for people on foot, promoting walking-friendly communities. We are a nationwide organisation with local branches and affiliates throughout New Zealand.

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