outdoor access

Parks and reserves (Wanganui)

Wanganui has a large number of parks and reserves which provide people with opportunities for passive recreation e.g. walking or picnicking, and active recreation e.g.
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Parks and reserves (Waitomo)

This page details the main parks and reserves in the Waitomo district, along with facilities and activities catered for.
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Waitomo District Council
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Parks, beaches and reserves (Waitakere)

Introduces outdoor recreational areas with links to further brochures.
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Waitakere City Council
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Waitakere City Council
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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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Te Waihou walkway and spring

The walkway is a distance of 4.7 kilometres, with an average walking time of 1½ hours (3 hours return). The terrain varies from easy walking to backcountry trekking with stile crossing.
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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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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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Lakes reserves (Rotorua)

Lists a number of lake reserves and the facilities and activities available at each.
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Rotorua 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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Rotorua lakes recreation strategy

Draft for consultation
Rotorua lakes recreation strategy - 1.7 Mb Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
The strategy sets out to develop ways for key agencies to work together effectively in managing recreation on the lakes, balancing recreational enjoyment with pr
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