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This walk visits literary sites around Auckland.
See how the Auckland shoreline, from Westhaven to Judges Bay, has dramatically changed from the foreshore first sighted by settlers to Auckland.
The Avondale town centre and Rosebank Peninsula walks include some of the earliest surviving places in Avondale.
Find out about the historic development of Balmoral and Sandringham on these heritage walks.
On this walk you will see a great variety of villas and gardens, and views of the Chelsea Sugar Refinery and harbour bridge.
See sites that are part of Blockhouse Bay's heritage and history on these walks.
On this walk you can find out why Browns Bay used to be well-known as a seaside resort, and how it came to be known as Browns Bay.
These walks include the historic Auckland waterfront, the original foreshore and the city's early civic buildings.
Take this walk to explore some of the historic buildings along Manukau road.
Explore the Hobsonville airbase on the Hobsonville heritage walk.
On these walks you will find out how the Mt Eden Village developed over the years to what you now see today.
A walk around one of North Shore’s most interesting heritage areas, Northcote Point.
Volcanic cones, the Waitematā harbour and the maritime suburb of Devonport can all be seen on the North Shore literary walks.
The historical Ōtuataua Stonefields walk explores the area's unique natural heritage.
Find out about several walks in the Mt Albert area, including farms, the ballast pit, shopping and the genteel walk.
See aspects of Māori and colonial histories in Papatoetoe on this walk.
Wreck Bay and the adjacent coastline of Rangitoto are the graveyard for at least 13 ships.
Find out where the place name Remuera came from and more on this heritage walk.
Discover the WWII history in Shakespear Regional Park.
This incredible collection was gifted to Auckland citizens by Sir George Grey in 1887.
Symonds Street Cemetery, one of New Zealand's oldest urban cemeteries, and was Auckland's main burial ground from 1842 to 1886.
On this walk you will explore the Takapuna-Milford area at low tide, when the fossil forest is most visible and the foreshore more accessible.
Discover Te Maketū and take a glimpse into our past.
See architectural and historical attractions of the Auckland University campus on this short walk.
Rich in Māori and European history, find out how people, places and activities have contributed to Three Kings unique heritage.
Read about the Waitākere Ranges Heritage Area, including local area plans, protection of the area and its heritage features, reporting and development.
On this walk you can learn about the history of Whatipu while enjoying the natural landscape.
Find out about some of the heritage features you will see in the Wynyard Quarter.
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