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Pt. View Reserve Views and Bush!

This is one of my favourite spots out East – a treasure of native bush and birds along with wonderful views of Auckland City and both harbours! Pt. View Reserve has a lot of steep terrain but can be enjoyed

Coastal Pakuranga Rotary Walkway

The Coastal Pakuranga Rotary Walkway is a scenic and high quality walk and cycleway.  The entire distance is about 10.5km from Panmure Bridge to Halfmoon Bay but can be accessed from many varying points along the route – as per

Great News – final stage of Waterview Shared Walkway Open

It’s great to see the ongoing development of walking and cycling options around Auckland. The Auckland City Council press release details the new pathway: “The Waterview Shared Path offers more than three kilometres of walking and cycling paths, including three

Awaruku Bush Reserve: Waterfall and Glow Worms in Auckland!

The Awaruku Bush Reserve is probably the best known of the Torbay Tracks and is a remarkable piece of native bush containing features such as a waterfall, a 650+ year old kahikatea tree, 500+ year old puriri tree and glow

Quest: Kate Shepherd Track

The Stredwick Track: native bush and ducks

The Stedwick Track is a beautiful and varied walk.  Wheelchair and buggie friendly, it is a great outing for people of all ages and abilities.  This walk contains wonderful native NZ bush and two good-sized ponds with plenty of birdlife. This is a

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Fitzwilliam Reserve Track: Scenic Bush Track

This is a short and steep track that contains wonderful native bush and beautiful views from the top of Fitzwilliam Drive – in fact one of my favourite views in Auckland. Navigation Links: Google Map: Fitzwilliam Reserve Track Geocaching Map:  Fitzwilliam

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Albany Trig Track Quest

I can’t get my navigation dot to work on the Google Map!

One of the cool things and most useful things of this site is to be able to track your progress on the Google Map as you walk a track.  This feature shows a blue dot or other symbol moving along

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