(Various walks from 1 to 3 hours)
This trail features some of the earliest surviving places in Avondale, including St Ninian’s Church built in 1859-1860.
Explore natural landmarks such as Te Tātua-a-Riukiuta (Three Kings) and the nearby tuff ring, Arthur S Richards Memorial Park and St Andrews Reserve.
Auckland's shoreline has undergone dramatic changes over its history. This walk takes you through many sites of historical interest, including pā sites, shipyards, beaches and bays.
Quiet neighbourhood walks through some of Auckland's central suburbs.
(3 walks, 1.5 hours each)
These walks include Auckland's waterfront, notable buildings, theatres and galleries.
(2 trails, each 1 hour)
Seaside and beach walks featuring Armanasco House (an early farmhouse), the library, school, tearooms, early shops, and churches, as well as murals and sites that represent aspects of Blockhouse Bay’s history.
(1 hour or less)
Explore Auckland's beautiful university grounds and historic buildings, and learn about the city's early business people and entrepreneurs.
(several walks, each of approximately 40 minutes)
These walks explore different themes of historical development in the area from the 1840s onwards.
Learn about historical sites on this walk from St Aidans Church to Mt Hobson.
(4 walks, each approximately 1 hour)
Enjoy these neighbourhood strolls and learn about the history of this area, including an overview of early Māori history.
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