News: November 2018
Below is a list of the latest news from the Walking Access Commission Ara Hikoi Aotearoa. If you have a media or communications query contact Stephen Day, our Communications Manager | Kaiwhakahaere Whakapā on 04 815 8517 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Walking Access Commission welcomes review of legislation
The New Zealand Walking Access Commission Ara Hīkoi Aotearoa (NZWAC) is welcoming the mandatory review of its governing legislation, the Walking Access Act 2008.
Connecting Franklin-North Waikato project
The Connecting Franklin-North Waikato project aims to connect fast-growing towns in the area north and south of the Waikato River.
Mahu Whenua trail network nearly finished
A network of 18 trails on Coronet Peak and Glencoe Station is nearly complete. It has been over six years since we opened this case but good things take time.
New role to focus on public access and community connections in Auckland
Chris Charles has been appointed to a new role leading the creation of public access in the fast-growing Rodney area in North Auckland.
Find My Adventure lets you choose how and where to explore the outdoors
Find My Adventure compiles information on tracks and trails in one place. We wanted something that was easy to search, easy to add to, and comprehensive.
Better public access to new Waimea Dam
Good work by our Regional Field Officer Penny Wardle means that people will have better public access to the proposed Waimea Dam in the Lee Valley.
Our trail network and the Living Standards Framework
The government has a new Living Standards Framework that measures value not just by GDP but by four capitals; human, social, natural, and financial/physical.