Bay of Plenty

Whakatane tracks and walks map

This map features a number of tracks and walkways with information on completion time etc.
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TECT All Terrain Park (Western BOP)

This staged development will allow different areas of the park to be developed over time to cater for a range of active and passive recreational activities including mountain biking, rallying, motocross, firearm sports, kayaking and rafting, 4x4, equestrian, tramping, angling and orienteering.
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Walking tracks of the western bay

What a great place to enjoy walking! This introductory page links to a map and detailed information on 21 walking tracks.
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Western BOP District Council
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Walking track guide (Western BOP)

Walking tracks and scenic reserves are a great way to enjoy the outdoors
WalkingTrackGuide.PDF - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
This brochure promotes walkways in the Western Bay of Plenty.
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Round the bridges fun run and tower 2 tower run (Wanganui)

Walkers and runners completed either the 4.7km route around the Dublin and City bridges or lifted their challenge with the 8.9km route around the Dublin, City and Cobham bridges.
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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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Tauranga City Council
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Code of practice for development (Tauranga)

This contents page links to files of individual sections of the document.
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Tauranga City Council
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