walkways

Maintenance and enhancement of the city's heritage (Invercargill)

Lists heritage walkways and publications such as heritage design guidelines available from Invercargill City Council.
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Footpaths, walkways and alleyways (Invercargill)

The Council maintains the footpaths, including walkways and alleyways in Invercargill city and Bluff.
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City walks (Invercargill)

See Invercargill on foot Lists the location of 5 city walks.
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Invercargill City Council
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Track policy and strategy (Dunedin)

The Track Policy and Strategy is based on extensive investigation and research into track issues.
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Peninsula tracks - track descriptions (Dunedin)

Describes 19 walking tracks on the peninsula and links to the Otago Peninsula Tracks brochure.
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Dunedin City Council
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Regional park walks (Christchurch)

Christchurch’s regional park walkways pass though many different landscapes. Wetlands, pine forest, coastal dunes, rocky open tussock areas, and native bush are all to be encountered.
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Waterway walks (Christchurch)

Describes 8 waterway walks around Christchurch in summary form, linking to more detailed information and maps of each.
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Whakatane tracks and walks map

This map features a number of tracks and walkways with information on completion time etc.
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