Hike across Auckland from one coast to the other, from Waitemata to Manukau.
Complete the walk in one go in about five hours, or take one of the four stroll-sized loops.
Get great views of the Manukau Harbour on this loop, a part of the Waikōwhai Walkway.
Watch ships in the Manukau Harbour from the Cape Horn Lookout, a part of the Waikōwhai Walkway.
Wander through Waikōwhai Park and the regenerating forest of Captains Bush.
This walking track, part of Waikōwhai Walkway, explores Hillsborough Reserve and the foreshore.
A network of walking tracks explores this picturesque, peaceful area.
See sandy beaches and intimate nature reserves on this walkway between St Heliers and Point England.
This network of walks visits the area's parks, beaches and reserves.
The Auckland Domain is home to several great walking and running trails.
Oakley Creek, located in Waterview, boasts the only waterfall in central Auckland.
This walk takes you around the Ōrākei Basin.
This pathway goes around the beautiful Ōrewa estuary.
Enjoy a panoramic view of Auckland and the harbour from this walk on Te Atatū Peninsula.
The walk features Swan Arch Park, Tui Glen Motor Camp and remains of dams and mills
The Henderson Walkway runs from Border Road through the heart of Henderson to the edge of the North-western Motorway.
Follow the Manutewhau stream, which runs through Moire Park in Massey.
Opanuku Walkway is very sheltered and perfect for walkers or joggers.
Walk, run or cycle your way along the edge of Henderson Creek as it flows into the Waitematā Harbour in Te Atatū.
Waipareira Walkway meanders in and around many little inlets, passing by wetlands and through native bush.
This walk connects Ceramco Park in Glen Eden with Kaurilands Domain via the recently planted streamside track.
This walkway offers rolling pathways and scenic vistas.
Wander through the macrocarpas on this walk around the Waikumete Stream in Glen Eden.
The walkway runs from Shelly Park Beach in Howick to Musick Point.
If you like bird-watching, jogging, walking or exploring, this walkway in Pakuranga has plenty to offer.
This coastal walkway and cycle path winds along Auckland’s south-eastern coast.
This walkway wanders along the Manukau Harbour coastline, between Māngere Bridge and Ōtuataua Stonefields.
The walkway passes through 220ha of open space in Ōtara including the waterway and Ōtara Creek.
This walkway runs around the edge of the water of the Tamaki Estuary and Whakaaranga Creek.
Enjoy views of Manukau Heads from the Wattle Downs Walkway in Manurewa.
Enjoy great views of Manukau Harbour and Puhinui Creek from this walkway near Manurewa.
This trail links Tōtara Park with the Botanic Gardens in Manukau.
Enjoy a wander through native bush in Manukau's Tōtara Park.
This walking track is rich in Māori history as well as native birds and vegetation.
'Training Wheels' is a beginner trail for families and mountain bikers of all ages.
'Twist and Shout' is an intermediate mountain bike trail for more advanced riders.
This public, shared walkway/bridle trail runs across open farmland on gently rolling hills.
There is a range of mountain bike tracks in the north eastern section of the park to suit a wide range of abilities.
This 2.2km track is a great mountain biking learning trail.
Waiheke Island Round Rangihoua Loop Trail is an easy to intermediate mountain bike track with good single track berms and flows.
You can walk all the way along the beach and rocks from the northern end of Milford Beach to the southern end of Takapuna Beach.
This collection of walks is the perfect way to explore Waiheke Island and discover its natural beauty.