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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.
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Tāmaki Path - Path start from Panmure Wharf.
Tāmaki Path - Wide sealed path running alongside the Tāmaki River.
Tāmaki Path - Dunkirk Reserve sports fields.
Tāmaki Path - Flat sealed section of the path parallel to Dunkirk Road.
Tāmaki Path - Great views of the Tāmaki Path.
Tāmaki Path - Path crossing across Pt England Road.
Tāmaki Path - Pt England Beach.
Tāmaki Path - Kid’s playground at Pt England Reserve.
Tāmaki Path - Estuary side picnic spots in Pt England Reserve.
Tāmaki Path - Path alongside Pt England Beach.
Tāmaki Path - Elevated views over Wai-O-Taiki Bay.
Tāmaki Path - View back over Tāmaki estuary and Pt England beach.
Tāmaki Path - Mt Wellington War Memorial playground flying fox.
Tāmaki Path - Mt Wellington War Memorial playground.
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Starts at 27 Armein Road, Panmure
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A shared path along the edge of the Tāmaki River.
Start from either Dunkirk Reserve in the south or Wai-O-Taiki Nature Reserve in the north (there's ample parking at the end of Point England Road). The path is paved and relatively flat - ideal for people of all ages and abilities.
Starting from Dunkirk Reserve, check out the playground set among a small plantation of trees and shrubs.
Head north along the path along the water's edge, stopping to admire the coastal views and views to Maungarei/Mt Wellington.
You'll see a glimpse of farm life Point England Reserve, with grazing cattle and horses. Dotterels nest in the paddocks, so keep dogs away.
The path crosses the Omaru Creek and has great views towards Bucklands Beach.
There are some barbecues available.
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