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Mauao track closures for maintenance next week

Posted: 13 November 2020

The Mauao base track and Oruahine track will be closed on Tuesday, 17 November from 7am to 4pm.

Council set to deliver design for safe access to Omanawa Falls

Posted: 27 October 2020

Tauranga City Council’s Projects Services and Operations Committee today received a report outlining council’s progress towards reopening Omanawa Falls to the public in a staged manner, with a design expected early next year.

Feedback on the use of Tauranga's public spaces closing soon

Posted: 16 October 2020

To ensure everyone has fair access to Tauranga’s recreational spaces, council wants to hear how people wish to use parks, reserves and stormwater reserves in the future. 

Ultimate Fun Fest to celebrate TECT Park's 10th year

Posted: 15 October 2020

Western Bay of Plenty District and Tauranga City councils invite everyone to the TECT Park Ultimate Fun Fest on Saturday, 28 November for an extravaganza of free fun, entertainment, activities and birthday celebrations.

Mauao closures for track maintenance

Posted: 09 October 2020

Mauao will be closed during the following times next week, including an all mountain closure, for the upgrading and resurfacing of the Waikorire track.

Temporary closure of Mauao’s Waikorire track this Thursday

Posted: 04 August 2020

Mauao’s Waikorire track will be closed this Thursday morning.

Kulim Park update: bollards to be installed

Posted: 18 June 2020

As part of upgrades to Kulim Park, Tauranga City Council will install bollards next week to restrict car parking on the railway side of the access road.

Parks and reserves update at Alert Level 3

Posted: 01 May 2020

Following the nation being moved to COVID-19 Alert Level 3, Tauranga City Council is working to restore the city’s parks and reserves.

Mauao closed to the public from 11.59pm tonight

Posted: 25 March 2020

Due to the volume of users, the narrowness of some tracks, no way to effectively manage safe physical distances or trace users, Mauao Trust and Tauranga City Council have closed all Mauao tracks to the public.


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