Queen Elizabeth Park Coastal Erosion Plan

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The coastal edge of Queen Elizabeth Park - our most visited park in the region - is vulnerable to erosion and the effects of our changing climate.

We know this and so our team has prepared the Draft Coastal Erosion Plan in order to allow us time to create needed change in Queen Elizabeth Park. This proposed plan looks at ways we can adapt to protect our beautiful park, including the dunelands, Paekakariki surf club, Budge House, Wainui Pā, Wainui Stream, and a network of green open spaces, picnic areas, roads, carparks, trails and beach access.

We want to hear from you

Consultation on this plan is now open. Get involved in the discussion forum below to share your ideas or complete a feedback form to tell us what you think.

See Key Dates on the right for drop-in session times too.

Make sure you have your say by Friday 7 June - consultation closes at 5pm.


The coastal edge of Queen Elizabeth Park - our most visited park in the region - is vulnerable to erosion and the effects of our changing climate.

We know this and so our team has prepared the Draft Coastal Erosion Plan in order to allow us time to create needed change in Queen Elizabeth Park. This proposed plan looks at ways we can adapt to protect our beautiful park, including the dunelands, Paekakariki surf club, Budge House, Wainui Pā, Wainui Stream, and a network of green open spaces, picnic areas, roads, carparks, trails and beach access.

We want to hear from you

Consultation on this plan is now open. Get involved in the discussion forum below to share your ideas or complete a feedback form to tell us what you think.

See Key Dates on the right for drop-in session times too.

Make sure you have your say by Friday 7 June - consultation closes at 5pm.


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