At Alert Level 3: Step 2 you can travel throughout Auckland for exercise and recreation outdoors. Our early childhood centres are open for enrolled children only.
Some customer-facing facilities like service centres and community centres are now open. Essential services continue.
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Our parks and beaches are open. You can use playgrounds, fitness equipment, basketball courts, skate parks, pump tracks, and tennis courts. Splash pads at Potters Park, Myers Park and Waterview Reserve are open.
Toilets and outdoor showers are open.
Wash or sanitise your hands before and after using these facilities.
Other local tennis clubs may also have open courts. Check their websites for details before visiting.
Barbecues in regional parks are closed. Drinking fountains remain closed.
Outdoor gathering with other people are limited to a maximum of 25 people. You are encouraged to maintain a 2m physical distance from others and wear a face covering.
Your dog is part of your bubble. Keep your dog on leash when exercising so you can maintain physical distance in line with government recommendations. Find out where you can walk your dog and the rules you need to know.
Do not visit a park if you are unwell.
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Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - Start of the path on the top of Grosvenor Road.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin path - The Grey Lynn Park skate ramp and half pipe.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - The playground at Grey Lynn Park.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - Entrance to Cox's Bay Reserve.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - Section of boardwalk through Cox's Bay Reserve.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - A sealed path section through Cox's Bay Reserve.
Grey Lynn to Point Erin Path - Path through Hakanoa Reserve.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - Path into Point Erin headland.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - Playground at Point Erin headland.
Grey Lynn to Pt Erin Path - The entrance of Point Erin Pools.
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Starts at 4 Grosvenor Street, Grey Lynn
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This is a great family summer ride, which you can break up with a swim at Pt Erin Pools or a picnic at Pt Erin Park.
This ride takes you on sealed paths, through parks and along local streets. It starts on the "Grey Lynn Greenway" and it is a good option if you are with kids who are getting more confident on bikes. From the end of the Grey Lynn Greenway to Pt Erin is all on the road, without cycle lanes. The route shown avoids the busiest roads.
Enjoy playgrounds in Grey Lynn Park, exercise equipment and a skate ramp - if you are a proficient skate boarder.
Pt Erin Pools are open during the warmer summer period (end of November to end of March).
There is plenty to do on the way, with playgrounds at Grey Lynn Park, local shops and views over the upper Waitemata Harbour.
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