Turitea Green Corridor Walkway

Walk or ride through the first of the city's Green Corridor plantings. Green Corridors is a biodiversity initiative creating habitats for our native birds to thrive, improving water quality for our native fish, and producing a beautiful bush network for our city to enjoy for walking, running, biking and to picnic in.

Photo shows verdant area of native bush with a stream flowing through it.

Track Difficulty Rating: 1  2  3  4  5     (1 = easy : 5 = difficult)

Distance:  1.4 kilometres

Photo shows a map of the scenic shared pathway alongside the Turitea Stream.

The walkway is shown in red on the map.

Surface: Grass and boardwalk

Motorised Trail Bikes or Vehicles: Not permitted on any walkways

Dogs welcome

This is a dog exercise area, meaning you can walk your dog here off-leash. Dogs must remain under control at all times. Please pick up your dog waste and put it in a bin or take it away with you.

Photo shows two women looking at the view from a bridge over a stream with lots of native bush on either side of the bank.

Find out more about the Green Corridors programme or how to join a community planting day: