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Walks in the Bay of Plenty

The beautiful Bay of Plenty has a wide variety of walking and tramping tracks to chose from.  A fantastic combination of bush walks and beach walks make this a favourite activity amongst locals and travellers alike. Click a region below to see which tracks in the area sound the best to you!


The following link will take you to maps, brochures and detailed walking track information:


Waihi Beach

an image This area has a number of great walks including Orokawa Scenic Reserve offering several short walks, or make a day of it and tramp from Homunga Bay to Orokawa Bay.

Waihi Beach walks»


an image Giant Kauri is a feature of some of the tracks in the Katikati area as well as walks into the foothills of the Kaimai ranges.

Katikati Walks >>

Te Puna/Omokoroa

an image Discover this area’s diverse range of walks; The Quarry for an amble through a variety of themed gardens, Plummer’s Point Huharua Reserve suitable for walking dogs, to name a few.

Omokoroa & Te Puna Walks >>

Tauranga City and the Mount

an image Take a stroll through one of the many beautiful city walks. parks, and estuaries Tauranga has to offer.

Set your sights high and climb to the top of Mount Maunganui for a truly breathtaking view of the entire Bay of Plenty region.

Iconic walks in the Bay»


The walking tracks in Papamoa provide sweeping vistas of the coastal Bay of Plenty.  On a clear day Maketu and Whakatane are visible to the south and all the way to the Coromandel pennisula in the North.

Papamoa Walks >>

 Te Puke/Whakatane

Te Puke has a multitude of walking tracks and parks in the region.

The Whakatane District is renowned for its superb walking and tramping tracks that include coastal tracks with stunning ocean vistas and walkways through ancient native forests.

Te Puke / Whakatane Area Walks >>


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