Maps & Guides

North Shore City Coastal Walk

From Long Bay to Devonport This 23 km urban walk takes you from Long Bay in the north to Devonport in the south, where you can catch a Fullers Auckland ferry to link with Auckland’s coast to coast walk.
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Walking your dog (New Plymouth)

Guidelines for dogs in public places There are many great spots in New Plymouth to walk your dog, however there are some areas where dogs are banned or required to be on a lead.
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Mount Taranaki (New Plymouth)

A mountain that fights, loves and mourns Mount Taranaki (or Mount Egmont as it is also known) provides unique recreational and educational opportunities for the region's residents and visitors.
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Lake Mangamahoe (New Plymouth)

Lake Mangamahoe is a 262ha commercial production forest combined with a scenic park, lake and wildlife habitat.
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Coastal walkway (New Plymouth)

A stunning stroll beside the Tasman Sea The award-winning Coastal Walkway is a 7km path that forms an expansive sea-edge promenade stretching almost the entire length of the city of New Plymouth. The walkway runs from the Waiwhakaiho River mouth to the east to Port Taranaki to the west, with numerous pedestrian access points dotted along the way.
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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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Maps - draft Manawatu active transport strategy

Maps from the appendix section of the Manawatu Active Transport Strategy, showing existing facilities for pedestrians and cyclists and possible new facility locations.
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Short walks and picnic spots on the Kapiti Coast

Map and description of activities and access at various walkways and reserves
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