We have street maps available for you to download for Rangiora, Kaiapoi, Pegasus, Woodend and Ravenswood. For a hard copy, pop into the Kaiapoi isite Information Centre (143 Williams St, Kaiapoi).
Check out the maps digitally here.
With rivers, lakes, streams, beaches and mountains there is plenty of opportunity for walking and cycling in Waimakariri.
From short walks beside waterways to hikes through native forest, there’s something for everyone.
For cycling options, being on the Canterbury Plains means our eastern cycle trails are mainly flat, making them perfect for individuals and families.
Download the guide here.
10 Kms of New Zealand beaches, 2 conservation areas in the foothills, 2 regional parks, 1 coastal park, wetlands and lakes all
with cycling and walking opportunities. 2 braided rivers perfect for fishing, boating, and having fun. 5 golf courses, 3 farmers markets, 3 art galleries, 4 museums. 2 urban centres, 6 smaller towns, villages and beach settlements. 70 cafes and dining options, 30 boutique shops and fun events.
Learn all you need to know about Waimakariri with our Official Visitor Guide.
The Tiaki Promise is a commitment to care for New Zealand, for now and for future generations.
Tiaki – Care for New Zealand was created through a collective desire to share a connection to the natural world, inspiring and helping visitors to travel safely and conscientiously.