Clevedon Scenic Reserve is one of Manukau’s most stunning reserves, with significant natural and cultural heritage value.
The 100ha reserve and the adjoining Clevedon Stewardship Area contain one of the few intact areas of native forest left in Manukau. MORE
With a total land area of 94 hectares, this park will be closely linked with Flat Bush’s town centre, and the western part of the town centre will be surrounded by the park. The park is under development, with final completion in 2022. MORE
Auckland Domain is the city’s oldest park and is spacious and diverse. The Wintergardens are a feature of the Domain with the Auckland War Memorial Museum sitting at the highest point. There are formal gardens, duck ponds, large green open spaces edged by mature trees, bush walks and statuary. MORE
The 64-hectare Auckland Botanic Gardens is home to over 10,000 plants from around the world. There are comprehensive collections of ornamental plants and extensive displays of native and introduced plants. MORE
Albert Park is one of Auckland’s most important parks with its central location in the heart of the city, its long history and distinctive character.
At one corner of the park is the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and gardens, and on the other side is the original park-keepers cottage, which is now a museum of memorabilia. The park also features a range of statuary and memorials, as well as formal flowerbeds, a Victorian fountain and mature trees. MORE
Nice place for a picnic, a wander and feed some ducks MORE
Amazeme is a fabulous new attraction to Rotorua. 1.4 kilometres of winding hedge lined pathways take you to the centre of the maze. You are bound to get lost and are guaranteed to have loads of fun finding your way.
Amazeme is focussed on providing good old fashioned fun for families at an affordable price. It is owned and operated by the Jensen family. MORE
No play ground but plenty of room to run around and a shallow water way to splash in. There are also some nice short walk ways through the trees.
The park is partially accessible to vehicles and is open 8am – 8pm Spring and Summer during daylight saving hours and 8am – 5pm in Autumn and Winter. MORE
Whether you want to stop in for an hour or a day, there is something for everyone at Hamilton Gardens. Explore the stunning Paradise Garden Collection, visit Te Parapara – New Zealand’s first traditional Maori garden, picnic with the family or catch one of the many exciting events staged here each year. MORE
Native Nature Tours gives you an authentic cultural and eco tourism experience steeped in New Zealand Maori culture. Get up close to majestic trees and indigenous bush on a guided trek through unspoilt forest on ancient tribal land. Learn the secrets of the intimate connection between Maori tribes and these primeval rain forests. MORE