Bay of Plenty

Tauranga working together to walk

Tauranga working together to walk - Document - PDF presentation - Acrobat Reader
The development and implementation of Tauranga’s City on its Feet project. After two years of project planning and confirming alliances for the project, City on its Feet was formally launched in October 2005.
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DOC Information: Te Urewera National Park

Remote, rugged, immense, Te Urewera contains the largest forested wilderness remaining in the North Island.
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DOC Information: Taupo and Tongariro Tracks and Walks

The Tongariro Taupo Conservancy has a great range of walking tracks from low level bush, river and lake shore walks to high level and remote experience ventures. This site offers information on the DOC maintained tracks in the Taupo/Tongariro area, including the Ruapheu Crater Climb and the Tongariro Cros
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City on its Feet - Tauranga City Council (SPARC)

Tauranga City Council has received a three-year $430,000 investment from SPARC.
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Parks and reserves (Whakatane)

Describes parks and reserves managed by Whakatane District Council.
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Footpaths and roads (Whakatane)

Outlines the work of Whakatane District Council with respect to road and footpath maintenance.
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Whakatane District Council
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Whakatan
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Eastern Bay Creative Trail Locator Map (Whakatane)

This brochure maps the locations of various creative endeavours around the Whakatane district
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