Walking Maps

Dunedin Walks

Skyline walksWorking together with the Department of Conservation, the Dunedin City Council has put together a comprehensive brochure of walks in and around Dunedin. Find the map here, or pick up a copy from the DCC, DOC, or Dunedin’s i-SITE centre.
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Click here to download the Dunedin Walks Map.



Tracks and Trails around Dunedin

Signal Hill MTBikingFor comprehensive online maps of walking and tramping tracks in Dunedin, check out the DCC’s interactive maps here.





Dunedin Botanic Garden

Dunedin Botanic Garden

This map is a guide to the Garden, and includes information on accessibility of tracks, suggested walking routes and much more.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Botanic Garden Map.



Walk to Campus

students-walking-north-groundWant to know how long it will take you to walk around Campus and North Dunedin? This map is the ideal tool to help you along the way.

pdf-icon Click here to download the Walk to Campus map.


Walk to Central City

Walk to Central CityWant to know how long it will take you to walk across the Central City? Using this walking time scale may just be the answer.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Walk to Central City map.



Walk to South Dunedin

Walk to South Dunedin. Photo: Chris Sullivan/Seen in DunedinA map for pedestrians, with a useful walking time scale for trips to South Dunedin from the Octagon.
pdf-icon Click here to download the South Dunedin map.



Harbour Cone

a-boat-shed-on-the-harbour-of-the-otago-peninsulaThis is an easy to moderate walk. Generally suitable for beginners but proper clothing and equipment are essential as is a reasonable standard of fitness.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Harbour Cone map.



Walking with Wheels

Walking with WheelsWell-groomed tracks suitable for walking with buggies. Most tracks best suit modern day mountain type/three wheeled buggies. Some tracks are also suitable for people in wheelchairs.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Buggies and Wheelchairs map.



Skyline Walks

Skyline walksThe Skyline Walk unofficially starts at the Glenleith (Booth Road – Fulton Road) end of the Flagstaff-Pineapple Walk. It then breaks right, connecting with the Swampy Summit Track (4WD), and travels down the Leith Saddle Track.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Skyline Walks map.


Silverstream Walks

Silverstream-CoverExplore the historic Silverstream Water Race. This area provides a wonderful opportunity to explore some of Dunedin’s fascinating history while enjoying nature.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Silverstream Walks map.



Rough Tracks

Enjoying the view on one of Dunedin's Rough Tracks

Be prepared to get your boots muddy when you go walking on these tracks! Explore some of Dunedin’s more wild areas, with tracks through native bush, tussocks, and even our old water scheme. Don’t forget to take in the view!
pdf-icon Click here to download the Rough Tracks map.


Port Chalmers Tracks

Wandering West HarbourEnjoy walks through native bush in Sawyers Bay, take in Port Chalmers’ own rhododendron dell, or walk out to the entrance of the harbour at Aramoana.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Port Chalmers Tracks maps.



Peninsula Tracks

Karetai Track. Photo by Sport OtagoDunedin’s Otago Peninsula is a great place to spend the day. These walks cross farm land, beaches and native bush, with spectacular views across the city and out to sea. You may even encounter some local wildlife, like seals and penguins!

pdf-icon Click here to download the Peninsula Tracks map.


Heritage Walks

Heritage Walks: Anzac Square and Dunedin Railway StationMany of the fine buildings that were built in Dunedin during the 1870’s and 1880’s still remain, and are our legacy of those adventurous days. Use this map to walk your way around them.
pdf-icon Click here to download the Heritage Walks map.



 Bush Walks

Ross Creek Reservoir. Photo: Chris Sullivan/Seen in Dunedin
pdf-icon Click here for maps and to read more about Dunedin’s bush walks, like McGouns Walking Track, Ross Creek, School Creek, Grahams Bush Walk, Heyward Point, and Nicols Creek.




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