It’s time to get some new equipment at the playground that’s safe and fun for a range of ages and abilities, as well as being easy to maintain.

Project status: Open for feedback
Open for feedback: 17th November 2020 - 8th December 2020
17 Nov 2020

The playground equipment at the Heritage Park Little River is nearing the end of its useable life.

It’s time to get some new equipment that’s safe and fun for a range of ages and abilities, as well as being easy to maintain.

The new playground will include six new pieces of equipment, which can be installed within the space available. We will also install a new picnic table, balance logs and stepping posts.

The Little River Wairewa Community Trust are seeking funding from other organisations for additional planting a boardwalk, bike/pump track, picnic area, pedestrian entrance and a new fence.


Is there anything we need to know before starting our work?

You can fill in the form below, or even better, come to say hello at the Community Breakfast.

The project team will consider any public feedback on the whole site and produce a report which will make recommendations to the Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula Community Board. 

If approved, construction of the playground is expected to start in late 2021, subject to weather conditions and contractor availability.

The Little River Wairewa Community Trust

The Little River Wairewa Community Trust are a non-profit Incorporated Society working to promote the sustainable development of the Wairewa area. They regularly apply for funding for community projects.

You can read more about the Little River Wairewa Community Trust and what they do, online: link) (click the LRWCTrust tab).


Talk to the team

If you would like to discuss this project with the team, please join us at the Little River Community Breakfast.

Date: Sunday 29 November 2020

Time:  From 9am

Location: Awa-iti Domain, Little River

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