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Shared Pathways

Huatoki Walkway

From the heart of New Plymouth city, this gently graded trail follows the path of the Huatoki River. From its river mouth (at the Wind Wand on the Coastal Walkway) to its head above the Huatoki Domain, this beautiful track winds its way behind city office blocks and residential housing, through developed parkland and scenic native bush.

Access points include Hempton Street, Harris Street, Carrington Street, Sycamore Grove, Maratahu Street, Frankley Road, Glenpark Avenue, Parsons Street, Marian Grove, Camden Street, Brois Street, Budleigh Street and Woodleigh Street.

Check out the Huatoki Pathway map or travel the Huatoki Pathway here.

Upper Huatoki Walkway upgrade
April 2014: Plans are approved, and work is due to start on this upgrade from Sycamore Grove to Brois and Huatoki Streets.

Mangaotuku Walkway

The Mangaotuku Walkway creates an off road connection between Marfell down towards the Coastal Walkway.

It provides links to St Josephs, Devon Intermediate and West End schools and those who want to go to the Moturoa shopping centre without having to go on the road.

There are various access points including access off Calvert Road, Lawry Street, Devon Street, Wiremu Place, Cook Street, Vancouver Place and Endeavour Place.
Check out the Mangaotuku Pathway map or travel the Mangaotuku here.



Mangati Walkway

The Mangati Walkway provides a great off road link from the Coastal Walkway through to De Haviland Drive in Bell Block.

There are numerous access points including De Haviland Drive, Connett Road, Sole Ave, Antonia Place, Cassia Place, Hua Street, Mangati Reserve, Gardenia Reserve, Parklands Avenue, Lantana Avenue, Veronia Place, Camelliia Avenue and Parkvue Drive.

Check out the Mangati Pathway map.



Te Henui Walkway

Te Henui is one of the most beautiful walkways in New Plymouth and links Merrilands and Welbourn to the Coastal Walkway. It now features two bridges and a footpath bypassing two stairways, making the off-road route accessible from the coast to Cumberland Street for people with limited mobility or those using pushchairs or bikes. A recent underpass underneath Cumberland Street has also been built to improve access for all avoiding the busy road.

Access points include East End Reserve, Devon Street East, Lemon Street, Watson Street, Warangi Street, Sequoia Grove, Turi Street, Oriental Street, Salcombe Terrace, Cumberland Street, Hartland Place, Newlyn Place, Welbourn Terrace and Durham Avenue.


Check out the Te Henui Pathway map.

Plan showing location of bridges (One page 3.6MB PDF)








Waiwhakaiho Walkway

The Waiwhakaiho Walkway links Merrilands to the Coastal Walkway and offers alternative access to the netball courts.

Access points include Riversdale Drive, Rimu Street, Devon Road and Raiomiti Street.

Check out the Waiwhakaiho Pathway map.