Auckland boasts a range of beautiful environments, making the city and the country around it perfect for exploring on foot. Detailed descriptions and colour maps help the reader explore Auckland’s parks, beaches, and most interesting urban areas.
These 13 urban walks have been chosen to showcase the beauty of East Auckland. Our walks take you from Orākei to Botany; you can enjoy the stunning views of the Waitematā Harbour, the lush native bush, volcano sites and the waterways.
This book will take you on twelve circular short walks that include off leash dog areas. These walks have been selected to give you a good sampling of the diversity of urban Auckland and you will be astounded by the beauty which can be experienced.
This book offers a dynamic way of discovering where we come from, enabling readers to walk the paths of the pioneers and see things the way they saw. The 15 walks in the book take in many of Auckland's most beautiful and historic places.
Practical, informative and easy to carry about, this book begins with a general introduction that includes a brief history of the city’s settlement, some background on the flora and fauna, and a practical map of the whole region.
Walking the Waitākere Ranges is now in its fourth edition and remains the leading guide to the best walks in the region. Essential details on boardwalks, surface upgrades and viewing platforms is updated, including the information on kauri dieback.
Included here are walks in Auckland City, Hunua Falls, Piha, the Dome Forest Walkway and Great Barrier, Kawau, Tiritiri Matangi and Waiheke islands. Each walk is graded indicating the condition of the track and its probable length.
Urban Auckland offers countless viewpoints over waterways and suburbia, countryside and forest. This book invites you to explore more than 50 of these viewpoints. The informative text is complemented by a selection of Sue's sketches and photographs.
Whether you're cruising the Narrowneck Coastal Walk, taking in the lush surrounds of the Dome Forest Walkway, or getting off the beaten track on Tiritiri Matangi Island, this is the guide to have with you.
This book details nearly every step of twenty walks around the coastal edge of the Hauraki Gulf. The geology, history, plants, birds and scenery along the way are highlighted by Sue's delightful pen and ink drawings and maps.
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