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Explore regenerating bush in Polhill Reserve and take in the best views of the city.
This walking experience on Mt Victoria features obstacles inspired by nature for kids to jump, slide and climb.
This walkway is only minutes from the city and offers unbeatable views of the harbour and city.
This 14.4-kilometre walkway starts near Parliament and ends in Island Bay.
The Southern Walkway is a 10.6-kilometre walk along the Town Belt between Oriental Bay and Island Bay.
Choose between two walks: the 2.7-kilometre Elephant loop walk, or the 1.4-kilometres Stellin loop walk.
This 7.3-kilometre loop walk has a common entry and exit point and is suitable for those with average fitness.
This walking and cycling route goes from Fitzroy Bay in the east to Sinclair Head in the west.
The local section of this national track runs from Island Bay to the Wellington Botanic Garden and on to Porirua.
This trail of Wellington's 1930s buildings can be used to work out your own walking tour or to guide you to buildings of particular interest.
The Commonwealth Walkway forms part of a group of walkways in the main cities of Commonwealth nations and territories.
Heritage trails including art deco, maritime, northern suburbs, old shoreline, public art and Maori heritage trails.