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COVID-19 Alert Level 2 – Parks and facilities information

Under Alert Level 2, all public toilets, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, golf clubs, skate parks, pump tracks, BBQs and other facilities within our parks and open spaces will reopen to the public. 

Aucklanders planning to use these facilities should wash or sanitise their hands before and after use, and keep two metres away from other users. Do not use these facilities or equipment if you are feeling unwell. Where safe physical distancing may not be possible, the use of a face mask is recommended.

Use the NZ COVID Tracer app to manually record your visit to our parks, beaches, toilets and open spaces. Follow the latest government advice on covid19.govt.nz.

Onehunga Bay to Waikowhai Path

Walking time 40 mins

Walking steps 1950 steps

Distance 1.5 km

Starts at 106 Beacroft Avenue, Onehunga

Get directions on Google Maps

About the path

Start this path at Onehunga Bay Reserve, where you can go for a walk and enjoy many points of interest. There's also a kid's playground and exercise equipment.

This area is a dog off leash area alongside the lagoon. Dogs are not allowed beyond the Taumanu Reserve car park.

Take a walk across the Taumanu bridge with amazing views to Mangere Mountain. Weave around the reserve paths, beaches, picnic areas. Follow the Waikowhai Boardwalk under the Hillsborough cliffs.

You can walk back finishing at the Onehunga Library.

Facilities

  • Dog off-leash area near this path
  • Playground
  • Public toilet
  • Skate park

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