Did you know that Henderson and its surrounding area is full of great things to do? It has everything from parks and playgrounds, to pools, leisure centres and libraries, all run or looked after by Auckland Council.
Celebrations were in order at Grey Lynn Park today as the community came out to mark the opening of a new shared path for cycling and walking from Great North Road to West End Road.
The walkway, a joint effort between CRL, Precinct Properties and Activate Auckland, will provide a safe, well-lit, attractive route, separating pedestrians from CRL construction on the eastern side and Commercial Bay property development on the western side.
Cycling around Puketāpapa has become a lot more accessible and enjoyable with the completion of the Sandringham Road Extension cycle link.
Hugh Willis, an 82-year-old Torbay resident and former Westlake Boys High School maths teacher, has been building bush tracks across Albany and East Coast Bays for the past 40 years.
If you're out exploring Waitākere Ranges Regional Park this Easter and school holidays, please remember to use footwear cleaning stations to help protect our precious forest giants from kauri dieback disease.
Six new footpaths are being built in Huapai, Riverhead and Warkworth, with $1.5 million funding allocated by Rodney Local Board last year to expand the existing footpath network.
Find out how the council is helping these little creatures across the region.
A drone was sent in to inspect after a New Lynn culvert collapsed after heavy rainfall on Sunday.
Registrations are now open for the Auckland Walk Challenge, a free event where you ‘virtually’ get to walk the length of New Zealand.