at Lake Karapiro Domain 601 Maungatautari Road, Maungatautari, Waikato, New Zealand
Lake Karapiro Domain Lake Karapiro Waikato New Zealand
Sarnia Park Pukekura Cambridge New Zealand
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Te Awa the Great New Zealand River Ride
The Cambridge to Lake Karapiro portion of Te Awa – the Great New Zealand River Ride (Ngaruawahia to Horahora).
Starting pontoons Cambridge Town Cup 29/1/2011
The evident camaraderie, team and school spirit Auckland Dio exhibit brings much colour (and noise) to the highly disciplined and competitive atmosphere of the Cambridge Town Cup.
Lake Karapiro Domain also known as Mighty River Domain
WRCH2010 Buses Maungatautari Road & Redoubt Road
Heading east along Maungatautari Road, Pukekura with Leamington behind and Lake Karapiro ahead of us.
Waipa District Mayor Alan Livingston and Perry Foundation Chair Simon Perry cut the ribbon to open the Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway portion
The Browning Street / Carlyle Street to Lake Karapiro Domain portion of Te Awa The Great NZ River Ride.
The colours of Waipa District celebrate this morning’s opening of the Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway on the edge of Leamington, New Zealand. The cycleway walkway project has been completed in eight weeks in time for the 2010 World Rowing Championships on Lake Karapiro – at the other end of the cycleway.
Meet at the corner of Carlyle St and Maungatautari Road. Fun starts at 11am.
The Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway our portion of the Te Awa The Great New Zealand River Ride passes in, the west, from the Cambridge greenbelt on the edge of Leamington through Pukekura, along Maungatautari Road
Te Awa The Great New Zealand River Ride this morning Friday the 15th of October 2010 as work to complete the project for tomorrow’s opening continues apace.
The cycleway will open officially on Saturday the 16th of October 2010.
Te Araroa or Te Awa? Cambridge NZ to Lake Karapiro cycleway-walkway – where Browning Street becomes Maungatautari Road to Judd Lane Lake Karapiro.