Below is a list of our latest kawepūrongo . If you have a media or communications query, contact Stephen Day, our Communications Manager | Kaiwhakahaere Whakapā on 04 815 8517 or email@example.com
Signs pointing up for Reservoir Creek Walkway
The spectacular walkway climb from Waimea Inlet, 568 metres of ascent up Richmond Hill, now has new signs and amenities.
29 November 2023
Protecting Auckland’s outdoor access in a new environment
Climate change is moving water boundaries, public and private. Some legal public access will move as our water boundaries move.
3 November 2023
Where’s your first swim this summer?
The first outdoor swim is an important ceremony to welcome the impending summer. Every swim from this weekend forward will be better than the previous one.
17 October 2023
Two new board members appointed to Herenga ā Nuku Aotearoa
We are pleased to announce two new members, Hugh Logan and Darren Rewi, have been appointed to our governing Board by Minister Jo Luxton.
15 September 2023
Supporting Te Ara Tipuna, a new kind of trail
Imagine a 500km trail from Tūranga-nui-a-Kiwa (Gisborne) to Ōpōtiki, following the coast and dipping inland to connect 22 communities and 64 marae.
15 September 2023
3000 hectares of outdoor access added to maps
We've added more than 1400 reserves of publicly accessible land to our maps this week. The combined area, 3000 hectares, is twice the size of Blenheim.
8 September 2023
Belmont Rise loop enhances Pukekohe trail
An Enhanced Access Grant is helping the Whakaupoko Landcare add a loop up Belmont Rise to the popular Five Summits Trail in Pukekohe.
4 September 2023
6 benefits to farmers who provide public access
By letting people connect directly with the land, you can showcase your commitment to caring for animals and your responsible land management.
18 August 2023
WAMS is dead. Long live WAMS
The Commission has quietly renamed its popular mapping system without changing its acronym, WAMS.
21 September 2023
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