On 25 July 2015, the first Commonwealth Walkway plaque was placed at the Wai-titi landing by former Governor-General Sir Anand Satyanand, Mayor Celia Wade-Brown, and Director of the Outdoor Trust, Jim Walker.
Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
His Royal Highness Prince Charles unveiled a plaque bearing the Royal Cypher for the Commonwealth Walkway during his official visit to the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in November 2015.
The Commonwealth Walkway connects 32 significant monuments, parks, buildings and historic places along a 9km loop in the capital, and takes approximately two hours to complete. The route was developed by a Commonwealth Walkway representative and suggestions from Wellingtonians.
Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth has given us permission to use her EIIR cypher as markers to identify locations paths. The markers identify the most important points of interest.
The walkway starts at Government House and includes all of the following significant locations and points of interest: