Coromandel region

Wharekirauponga track.

Find out about Cathedral Cove Walk, Coromandel Walkway, Kauaeranga Kauri Trail and other tracks and walks in the Coromandel region.

Waikato region

Rainbow over Raglan farmland, Aotea Reserve. Photo: C Rudge.

Find out about tracks and walks in the Waikato region, including Pureora walking tracks, Pirongia walking tracks and the Waireinga/Bridal Veil Falls walk.

Tauranga

View from lookout toward Mount Maunganui, Orokawa Bay. Photo: DOC.

In this section you can learn about the walks and tracks available in the Tauranga area.

Rotorua Lakes

Geothermal activity, Lake Rotomahana. Photo: DOC.

Find out about walks and tracks available in the Rotorua distict.

Eastern Bay of Plenty

Ferns and other streamside vegetation, Whirinaki Forest Park. Photo: Fiona Hennessey.

Discover tracks and walks available in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

New Zealand tracks and walks

Trampers on the Mangatepopo boardwalk, Tongariro Crossing. Photo: Jimmy Johnson.

There are extensive walking and mountain biking opportunities on conservation land throughout New Zealand.

East Coast region

Lake Waikareiti at sunset, Te Urewera. Photo: C Rudge.

The East Coast region offers a variety of tracks and walks including the Lake Waikaremoana Track, one of New Zealand's Great Walks.

Central North Island region

Mount Ruapehu with flax in the foreground, Tongariro National Park. Photo: Herb Christophers.

The Tongariro Northern Circuit Great Walk, along with the Tongariro Alpine Crossing and Mt Ruapehu Crater climb, are all popular walks in the Central North Island region.

 

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Safety

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4. Know your limits
5. Take sufficient supplies

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Contacts

Tourism Rotorua i-SITE Information Centre
Phone:      +64 7 348 5179
Email:   info@rotoruaNZ.com
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