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Pakuranga Rotary Walkway

Description of the Pakuranga Rotary Walkway

This walkway runs around the edge of the water of the Tāmaki Estuary and Whakaaranga Creek.

You can walk, jog or cycle on this path.

Along the way, you can see extensive views up and down the Tāmaki River, layers of ash, peat and ignimbrite, wetland areas, and features of historic and cultural significance.

Bicycles are permitted but need to share the walkway with pedestrians. If you are riding a bike, please give way to walkers and watch out for blind corners.




2 hours and 45 minutes

Dog access

Under control on walkway; Prohibited on sports fields or near children's playgrounds. Dog must not disturb wildlife or park users.


Suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs and a range of fitness levels

How to access the Pakuranga Rotary Walkway

You can access the walkway from Pigeon Mountain all the way to Pakuranga Road.

Entry points include Pigeon Mountain, Prince Regent Drive, Estelle Place, Rapallo Place, Bramley Drive, Fisher Parade and Rotary Reserve at Pakuranga Road.