3. Karori Cemetery
Karori Cemetery is New Zealand's second largest burial ground, covering nearly 40 hectares. There are many heritage and historic sites at the cemetery. It is easy to access and has with wide paved roads and paths.
There are two heritage trails in Karori Cemetery, the Penguin Shipwreck Memorial Walk and the World War Warriors Walk.
4. Coastal walkway – Eastern
Enjoy the beautiful views along the pathway from Worser Bay to Scorching Bay.
Worser Bay Beach is a large, sandy inner-harbour beach with views of the Ororongorongo Range, Steeple Rock and Seatoun Beach. Head along the path to Scorching Bay, which has a large, grassed area and is sheltered from the northerly wind. It is a great place to soak up the sun and watch ships entering and leaving the harbour.
5. Te Ahumairangi Hill
Also known as Tinakori Hill, the path to the lookout off the Northland end of Orangi Kaupapa Road, is a wheelchair assisted walk. The lookout has good views of the city, a picnic area, and interpretive panels explaining the hill's history. The loop walk has a steeper gradient so we don't recommend this track for wheelchairs.
You can see more examples listed on our Accessible Walkways page. Watch out each Friday for a fun list of five great activities to do, places to explore, or things to discover in our awesome city.