walkways

Wellington City map index

This page links to individual maps related to Wellington City, including walkway maps.
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Wellington City Council
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Footpaths, berms and walkways (Wanganui)

Wanganui has 315km of hard surfaced footpaths. A few streets have interconnecting walkways.
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Lake Waikaremoana and the Te Urewera National Park (Wairoa District Council)

A network of long and short walking tracks provides access to scenic corners of this wilderness park and includes the internationally recognised 3 to 4 day hiking trail around the perimeter of Lake Waikaremoana.
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Visitor information (Ngaruawahia)

An introduction to attractions and activities of interest in and around Ngaruawahia.
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Waikato District Council
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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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Footpath, berms and walkway (Otorohanga)

General information on the footpath service provided in Otorohanga, which has 26km of hard surfaced footpaths.
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Art deco walks and tours (Napier)

The Art Deco Trust, Napier's preservation force, offers a variety of quality activities which interpret the drama of Napier's destruction and its rebirth in Art Deco style.
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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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