A project to improve Te Mata Park’s water and effluent infrastructure will begin on Monday 4 December. The project will connect the Park and Peak House to the Hastings District Council water and effluent infrastructure.
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Major tree work will close the Tauroa Road entry to Te Mata Park, including access via lower Chambers Walk and Tipuna Footstep, from 20 November to 3 December. Te Kahika mountain bike track will also be closed.
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Find out why we keep pockets of ongaonga in the Park and how to protect your dog.
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Haere mai | Welcome to Te Mata Park and its famous peak, one of the most loved and visited places in Hawke’s Bay.
Gifted in perpetuity to the community in 1927 and managed by a small group of volunteer trustees, with appreciated help from local councils and the community, the Park is a cultural, historical and recreational treasure.
Four times winner of the presitigous international environmental award.