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Help us shape the future of Whitireia Park

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Nau Mai, whakarongo mai, korero mai!

This is a page for you to kōrero about Whitireia Park, a page for us to speak and listen to each other.  

The feedback here will springboard us into our development of the management plan for the Park. Unlike the other Regional Parks, Whitireia is governed by a joint GWRC and Toa Rangatira Trust park board. The Whitireia Park Board, with the support of the community, have the chance to tailor a new management plan for the area.

Our aim is to produce a draft plan by April 2015 based on input from the community, best practice and research.

We welcome you to join events running over the next couple of months and we look forward to hearing your views, stories and submissions online.

Nāku noa nā,

Barbara Donaldson, Chair Whitireia Park Board

Nau Mai, whakarongo mai, korero mai!

This is a page for you to kōrero about Whitireia Park, a page for us to speak and listen to each other.  

The feedback here will springboard us into our development of the management plan for the Park. Unlike the other Regional Parks, Whitireia is governed by a joint GWRC and Toa Rangatira Trust park board. The Whitireia Park Board, with the support of the community, have the chance to tailor a new management plan for the area.

Our aim is to produce a draft plan by April 2015 based on input from the community, best practice and research.

We welcome you to join events running over the next couple of months and we look forward to hearing your views, stories and submissions online.

Nāku noa nā,

Barbara Donaldson, Chair Whitireia Park Board

Whitireia Park is prominent headland in the Porirua Basin making for spectacular scenery both for those visiting and those who live with a view onto the land. A great location for people who love to walk, bike, play golf or just picnic at the beach. It is also a haven for native birds and little critters. 

We are keen to gather stories and photos from people of their observations and experiences of the Park. These might recent occurrences or even be historical aspects that are worth narrating. Or it could be something you'd like to alert part managers too as well.  All contributions are welcome.  They'll be reviewed and posted here.

Kia ora koe, 

Thanks for submitting your story about the Park. We'll be posting it shortly so look online again soon to see.

Regards,

Sharon Lee, Parks Planner (GWRC)

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