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The Town Belt is a large area of open space providing a scenic backdrop to the inner city and offering recreational opportunities to residents and visitors.
The Town Belt is a significant part of Wellington’s sense of place and has played a critical role in shaping the city.
This popular city park has a playground and a great mix of formal gardens, grassed areas, natural woodland and bush.
George Denton Park and Polhill Reserve are located in the hills in north-west Brooklyn.
Enjoy views of the Cook Strait and Miramar peninsula while walking or biking on the Mount Albert Ridge.
Mount Alfred has a network of tracks that are popular with walkers, runners and mountain bikers.
Offering spectacular panoramic views of the city and harbour, Mount Victoria can be visited by car, by foot or by bike.
This memorial to WWII airman James Stellin has stunning 180-degree views over the city to the harbour.
Tanera Park has sports fields, a bowling green, a dog exercise area and a community vegetable garden.
The northwestern end of the Town Belt is an excellent spot for looking out over the city, harbour and the Orongorongo Range.