Strap on your helmet or get your walking shoes on and follow this pathway alongside the Mangaone Stream, stretching from Tōtara Road through to Milson Line and Flygers Line.
This park is a great place to chill out with a game of rugby or football.
A compact green space set in the suburb of Milson.
Part of the city's walkway network.
This reserve runs alongside Pioneer Highway.
This park features an amazing slide.
Depending on what type of walk or ride you're looking to do, you could be cruising anywhere from 0.4km to 11km. The stream connects to the Manawatū River and used to be a hotspot for kai for local iwi, Rangitāne.
Although you can walk the stopbanks on both sides, the formed path switches sides at Amberley Avenue. This path is great for short walks or as part of a full city loop.
Total distance: 11km
Access points: Tōtara Road, Grand Oaks Drive, Pioneer Highway, Strachan Way, Amberley Avenue, Clutha Place, Highbury Avenue, Botanical Road, Tremaine Avenue, Rosedale Crescent, Cecil Place, Benmore Avenue, Meadowbrook Drive, Rangitīkei Line, Apollo Parade, John F Kennedy Drive, Presidential Drive, Milson Line and Flygers Line
Conveniences: Toilets at Bill Brown Park and Milson Shopping Centre. Underpasses at most main road crossings
Special attractions: A riparian walkway
Map of Mangaone Stream Pathway
Mangaone walkway overview