As well as the original town belt, Wellington has an outer green belt on the hilltops west of the city. The belt, which consists of council-owned and private land, was created to protect the landscape’s bare ridgelines and native bush-clad hills. There are tracks throughout, and keen walkers can tramp from Tawa in the north to the city’s south coast.
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Wellington City Council
Reference: Wellington's Outer Green Belt Management Plan. Wellington: Wellington City Council, May 2004.
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