The 2022 Urban Walking Festival arrives at your fingers, on your phone as 12 self guided walks. Pick a walk and explore a neighbourhood.

Sort the walks by: Wheel friendliness | Neighbourhood

a car filled street with no U turn signs. Hand drawn family walking with push chair.
My Village - Lo’u Nu’u

Savalivali along Karangahape Road and listed to a talanoa on Pasifika urban street history

illustration of bearded man waving and smiling
a photograph of Rangitoto with the takapuna beach in the foreground. On top of it is a drawing of a man with a stick making a mark in the beach.
Te hā o te ora

Take a sound infused hīkoi from Northcote to Takapuna, through the domains of Tāne and Tangaroa.

Sleeper Class (SL)

Take a musical journey along the New Lynn to Avondale shared path.

hand drawn lady in coat looking at phone while crossing road over a 1960s photo of Karangahape Road
Fashion Strip

Revealing Karangahape Road’s fashion stories

a drawing of a family with a pushchair and a whakatauki
Women in the City

Celebrate Women in Tāmaki Makaurau

a hand drawn woman walking placed ontop of a historic arieal photo of the new state housing in Panmure
Panmure's Progress

Discover the transformation of Panmure in the 1950s

hand drawn man walking with phone and earbuds overtop photo of forest
Toitū te Ngahere

Learn how to listen to your backyard bush

Seven Days of Walking

Take  a week-long journey of inspiration with one of 3 Auckland writers

photo of drain and bush with hand drawn pukeko walking in front of it
The Waters Flow

Follow the future flow of the Awataha stream in Northcote

Lovers of the loop

Undertake a gothic scavenger hunt around Lake Pupuke

Discover Uptown Auckland

Explore Eden Terrace, Grafton and Newton with Pocket Sights Tour

Hand drawn picture of two friends looking at a phone screen and pointing on top of a photo of a boat shed on water
(Im)possible Promenade

Uncover a trail of surreal, augmented curiosities along the Pakuranga Rotary Walkway

New walks arriving from now till November 2022