Proposed renewal and upgrade of Basque Park

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Consultation has concluded

Stage with musicians and various families sitting enjoying sunshine and music together with a bouncy castle in the background

Basque Park is located within a mixed-use zone of residential and commercial buildings in Eden Terrace.

The park was originally designed in the early 2000s.

It includes a:

  • lawn space
  • seating area
  • water feature.

Improving Basque Park

Despite its location and potential, Basque Park is under-utilised by our community.

This is due to a lack of:

  • footpaths
  • seating
  • picnic spaces
  • recreation/play areas.

A recent study by the Waitematā Local Board has identified Basque Park as an opportunity to provide a playground space.

Doing so will address the absence of facilities in the immediate area, providing a pleasant space for our community.

Have your say

What we want your feedback on

We want to hear from you to ensure the upgrade of Basque Park meets the needs of our community.

Tell us:

  • how you use the park currently
  • what you would like to see in terms of play options and park development
  • how this park could be improved for informal recreation and play
  • how this park could be improved for whānau and rangatahi (young people).

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 8 April to 6 May 2022.

Tell us your aspirations and ideas for Basque Park, pin a note on the map and/or fill in the survey - all below.

What happens next

We will present a summary of feedback and suggestions for future improvements to the park to the Waitematā Local Board.

Your feedback will be considered when we develop a concept plan for the park.




Basque Park is located within a mixed-use zone of residential and commercial buildings in Eden Terrace.

The park was originally designed in the early 2000s.

It includes a:

  • lawn space
  • seating area
  • water feature.

Improving Basque Park

Despite its location and potential, Basque Park is under-utilised by our community.

This is due to a lack of:

  • footpaths
  • seating
  • picnic spaces
  • recreation/play areas.

A recent study by the Waitematā Local Board has identified Basque Park as an opportunity to provide a playground space.

Doing so will address the absence of facilities in the immediate area, providing a pleasant space for our community.

Have your say

What we want your feedback on

We want to hear from you to ensure the upgrade of Basque Park meets the needs of our community.

Tell us:

  • how you use the park currently
  • what you would like to see in terms of play options and park development
  • how this park could be improved for informal recreation and play
  • how this park could be improved for whānau and rangatahi (young people).

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 8 April to 6 May 2022.

Tell us your aspirations and ideas for Basque Park, pin a note on the map and/or fill in the survey - all below.

What happens next

We will present a summary of feedback and suggestions for future improvements to the park to the Waitematā Local Board.

Your feedback will be considered when we develop a concept plan for the park.