One of the most beautiful and well kept parks you'll visit, Hagley Park has a network of tracks linking North Hagley, South Hagley and the Botanic Gardens. Escape the hustle and bustle and go for a walk.
|Start||Armagh Street car park, Armagh Street, Central city|
|Finish||Armagh Street car park, Armagh Street, Central city|
|Time||Two hours return|
|Access||Suitable for wheelchairs and strollers|
|Toilets||Located in several places including the Armagh Street car park and next to the Botanic Gardens Woodland Bridge|
|Dogs||Dogs must be on a leash on paths and kept under effective control elsewhere. Dogs are not permitted once you cross the Woodland Bridge and head into the Botanic Gardens|
Starting from the Armagh Street car park, follow the path leading around the north of Victoria Lake. Continue to the Armagh Street bridge and then proceed north around the perimeter of Hagley Park past Harper and Deans Ave.
Turn onto Riccarton Ave and continue to the pedestrian entrances to the Botanic Gardens. Follow the path into the Gardens next to the early spring flowering daffodils and Bandsmen's Memorial Rotunda. The Heritage Rose Garden is also well worth a short detour.
Cross the Woodland Bridge into the rest of the Botanic Gardens, stop to see the Peace Bell and enjoy the Central Rose Garden and conservatories before taking the Armagh Footbridge back to the car park where you started.