East Auckland

Come and celebrate Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Kai!

Come and celebrate Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Kai!Have you been looking for an excuse to come and experience the new stretch of path in the east – the completed first stage of Te Ara ki Uta ki Tai, the first part of what will soon be a grand bicycle (and pedestrian) highway running from Glen Innes all the way into the CBD? Good news! Bike Eastern Suburbs …
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News we can use: how Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Tai fits in

News we can use: how Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Tai fits inAfter the official opening of the first stretch of the great eastern shared path last week, the big question on many people’s lips is: how do we get there? When the full path is complete, you’ll be able to ride from town. But for now, you can make your way via train to Glen Innes to ride …
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A cycleway rises in the east… our first peek at GI-Tamaki

A cycleway rises in the east... our first peek at GI-TamakiDo you feel that we’ve been having a biking Christmas each month, lately? Think about it. We’ve had the the national and international awards for the Pink Path, the spectacular growth on cycling routes all around it, the rapid delivery of Quay St and its opening last month, and the sod-turning near Lincoln Rd to …
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Beside the seaside – a new path for Bucklands Beach

Beside the seaside - a new path for Bucklands BeachJo Jalfon writes with news of the Howick Local Board’s plans for an extension to the popular Rotary Shared Path… I’m a big fan of the Rotary Shared Path that weaves along the Tamaki Estuary from Panmure Bridge to Half Moon Bay. It’s wide, largely flat and well-maintained, enabling cyclists, joggers and walkers of all …
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