Recreation

The Silver Stream water race tracks (Dunedin)

This information describes a series of track circuits that explore the historic Silver Stream Water-Race.
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Physical recreation and sport strategy (Christchurch)

The strategy aims to encourage organisations involved in recreation and sport to move in a common direction, with the ultimate goal of increasing participation in recreation and
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Christchurch Active Living Strategy (draft)

The Active Living Strategy aims to support Christchurch people so that they can enjoy regular physical activity as part of their everyday lives and improve the
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Central city pedestrian activity survey (Christchurch)

This report presents the results of a survey of 1,423 pedestrians in Christchurch’s central city in March 2001.
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Parks and waterways access policy (Christchurch)

The Parks and Waterways Access Policy provides for inclusive use of parks by people with disabilities and also takes into account older people and caregivers with young children.
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Recreation Strategy 2003 (Wellington)

This page indexes and links to individual sections of the strategy document.
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Parks and reserves (Wanganui)

Wanganui has a large number of parks and reserves which provide people with opportunities for passive recreation e.g. walking or picnicking, and active recreation e.g.
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Recreational activity and provision of reserves (Waipa)

This comprises the recreation and reserves section of the Waipa District Plan.
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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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