This is a easy stroll by the river and the paths are great. There is a bit of a steep hill to go to the toilets and shops.
This pathway is full of not only murals but very informative signs and many fmous sayings sitting on boulders along the pathway. There are various seats to relax on along the path and it is great to get out there for a stroll and enjoy the fresh air and greenery
I knew nothing about Haiku until I saw these stones and then returned to my room to Google them. The setting was delightful. The words, simple but meaningful. I think that everyone would find at least one stone that impacted on them........even if they were a cynic!
it was very interesting walking this pathway which is well paved, reading the haiku was thought provoking, i havent seen another like it anywhere
We discovered, right in the heart of Katikati township, a delightful park on the banks of the Uretara Stream containing a number of boulders etched with short poems: Haiku. This apparently the largest collection of Haiku outside Japan. The setting is delightful with the stream, mature trees, paths and seats plus these wonderful thoughtful poems, making it the perfect spot... More
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