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Ōmanawa Falls is a special area in the rohe of local hapū Ngāti Hangarau. Now, after safe access works to reinforce cliff faces and build walking tracks, the site is open to the public.
Kopurererua Valley Reserve (the valley) is one of Tauranga’s largest reserves and provides a variety of different recreational and ecological experiences on your doorstep.
With the ever-expanding population in Pāpāmoa, we’re continuing to add and upgrade amenities and environments for everyone to enjoy.
We have designed an exciting new destination skate in Mount Maunganui. We’re also upgrading other skate facilities across our city.
There are more than 30 reserves and open spaces located throughout The Lakes, and through a recent community survey you told us how often you used them and any improvements you would like to see made.
TECT Park is home to a variety of activities that need a lot of space, make a lot of noise or are just a little too wild for the suburbs. What else could TECT Park host for the community alongside our current groups?
Securing a future for the racecourse and golf club reserve land in Greerton.
We’re creating a new shared pathway along the Pāpāmoa Coastal Reserve to make walking and cycling safer, to create a reserve space for people to enjoy, and to protect the Pāpāmoa dunes (Te Ākau ki Pāpāmoa).
We’re looking across our three key sport and recreation facilities, Baypark, Blake Park and Tauranga Domain and planning for the future.
As one of New Zealand’s fastest growing cities, we need to ensure there are plenty of sport, recreation and cultural facilities for the benefit of community wellbeing.
We’re proposing some enhancements to Links Avenue Reserve to support the growth of football across Tauranga, now and into the future.
The spaces available at the Mercury Baypark site in Te Maunga, Mount Maunganui, have the potential to be optimised and repurposed to cater to the city's growing population and increasing need for space to play sports and hold recreational activities and events.
As a growing city, we’re dedicated to improving the capacity and quality of the city-wide network for sports and recreation to benefit community wellbeing. At Blake Park, our goal is to create a field sports hub for community and high-performance sports.
We’re starting to think about how we use and make the most of Memorial Park in the future, alongside the planned upgrade of the aquatic and recreation hub facilities situated at the park.
We live in a wonderful part of New Zealand and in Welcome Bay there are many great parks and reserves enjoyed by the community.
The proposed coastal pathway will connect Memorial Park and the city centre, and strengthen the connection of the community with Te Awanui Tauranga Harbour.
A project to redevelop the land where the Battle of Te Ranga took place will bring new additions such as a tomokanga (gateway) entrance and walkways to the site.
We’re preparing to upgrade the eastern end of Elizabeth Street and the walkway down the hill to The Strand.
We’re investigating options to provide a permanent bus facility in Arataki.
Tauranga City Council has prepared a landscape plan for part of the 15km long Te Ara o Wairākei Stream reserve corridor.
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