Linklater Walkway

This dog-friendly reserve is one of the city’s largest at 25.5 hectares and has a 3.1km pathway to explore.

Photo shows family and dog on swingbridge over a gully planted with flax and other natives.

Linklater Reserve.

This park is home to wetland areas and has activities for the whole whānau - human and furry! There’s a Cessna 421 plane, the city’s longest dual flying fox, a log and
tyre scramble, a bike pump track, a dog agility area, and a frisbee golf course. For those looking for photo opportunities, this reserve has a view across the city and is perfect for plane aficionados.

Distance: 3.1km network

Contour: Gentle

Surface: Limestone, gravel, boardwalks and asphalt

Access points: Kelvin Grove Road, Roberts Line

Conveniences: Toilet, picnic tables, BBQ, gazebo, carpark, playground, dog wash

Special attractions: Views, frisbee golf, dog exercise area, plane spotting, wetlands, open parkland, photo opportunities

Dogs welcome

Linklater Reserve and walkway is a dog exercise area, where you can walk your dog off-leash (except for the children's play areas, where dogs are prohibited).

Please pick up after your dogs and ensure they're under your control at all times.

Photo shows family walking their dogs at Linklater Reserve.

Connects to: Close to Frederick Krull Walkway