Opanuku Walkway is very sheltered and perfect for walkers or joggers.
Walk, run or cycle your way around the track following Henderson Creek as it flows into the Waitemata Harbour.
Waipareira Walkway meanders in and around many little inlets, passing by wetlands and through native bush.
Waitoru Reserve Walk features birdlife and Rimu trees.
Ceramco-Kaurilands Walk connects Ceramco Park, Glen Eden with Kaurilands Domain via the recently planted streamside track.
This walkway offers rolling pathways and scenic vistas.
This walk takes you through the Macrocarpa shelter belt, where you might find grazing horses, and over the Waikumete Stream.
The walkway runs from Shelly Park Beach, Howick to Musick Point.
If you like bird watching, jogging, walking or exploring, The Cascade Walkway has plenty to offer.
This coastal walkway and cycle path winds along Auckland’s south-eastern coast.
This walkway wanders alongside the Manukau Harbour coastline between Mangere Bridge and the Otuataua Stonefields.
The walkway passes through 220ha of open space in Otara including the waterway and Otara Creek.
This walkway runs around the edge of the water of the Tamaki Estuary and Whakaaranga Creek.
This walk follows the coastal strip of reserve land adjoining the Wattle Downs residential area in Manurewa and the Papakura Stream.
This walkway offers views of Manukau Harbour and Puhinui Creek.
Puhinui Stream Forest Trail is a walk linking Totara Park and the Botanic Gardens.
Several pleasant bush tracks can be found on the reserve, each one taking about 20 to 45 minutes.
This walking track is rich in Māori history as well as native birds and vegetation.