Parks / Outdoors
Onehunga Bay Reserve’s revamp makes a three-point play
Onehunga Bay Reserve's outdoor fitness area is now open for free workout sessions with more to come.
Help design a new park in Ōrewa
Residents are being asked to help design a park that will be developed next year in Harvest Avenue, Ōrewa.
Howick Local Board feedback on Eastern Busway plans
Plans for stage two of the Eastern Busway project continue to be supported by Howick Local Board, who have also called for consideration and mitigations to minimise disruption to the community during construction, in formal feedback submission to the project.
Select areas in west coast regional parks to open on 1 April
As we move to recovery, select areas within Te Rau Pūriri Regional Park and parts of the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park will be re-opening on Saturday 1 April.
Where to go this Easter weekend – while staying away from the west
Tāmaki Makaurau is home to an array of regional parks, campgrounds, beaches and walks and Auckland Council has you covered for ways to explore the great outdoors this Easter weekend.
Fall in love with Tāwharanui Regional Park
When it comes to Tāmaki Makaurau’s most loved regional parks, there’s a good reason why Tāwharanui is a favourite among many Aucklanders – once you set foot on its white-sand shores, you’ll be forever smitten.
Future planning underway for Waitipu
A plan to inform and guide future development for recreation and experiences at Waitipu in the Waitākere Valley has been adopted by Waitākere Ranges Local Board.
Work begins on New Zealand’s first-ever Korean Garden in Takapuna
Work on New Zealand’s first-ever Korean Garden has begun at Barry’s Point in Takapuna thanks to the ongoing support of the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board and the hard work of the North Shore’s Korean community and local stakeholders.
Go Media Tough Guy and Gal Challenge
New Zealand’s original mud run series; if you want to get dirty and have a lot of fun, then these unique off-road running events are for you.