Waiake Beach Reserve

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Image of a beach with pohutukawa trees overhanging the sand and Rangitoto in the distance.

The consultation period has now closed

About the Waiake Beach Reserve

A low-hanging pōhutukawa branch is currently blocking a popular boardwalk at Waiake Beach and has initiated a review of the boardwalk and adjacent shed.

Access to the boardwalk is currently restricted to those able to pass the tree limb by bending down. Signs have been put up to address the issue but we would like to hear from you on the matter.

This is not the only issue that affects the stretch of coastline at Waiake Beach.

Other considerations include:

  • erosion on the creek bands
  • structural issues with the walkway and shed
  • the fact that other limbs of the tree will continue to drop down and continue to cause access issues for both the boardwalk and shed in future

What we want your feedback on

We want your feedback on:

  • how you use the boardwalk and the nearby pedestrian crossing
  • how important unrestricted access to the boardwalk is to you
  • how important protecting this natural environment is to you

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 9 - 27 November 2020.

The consultation period has now closed

About the Waiake Beach Reserve

A low-hanging pōhutukawa branch is currently blocking a popular boardwalk at Waiake Beach and has initiated a review of the boardwalk and adjacent shed.

Access to the boardwalk is currently restricted to those able to pass the tree limb by bending down. Signs have been put up to address the issue but we would like to hear from you on the matter.

This is not the only issue that affects the stretch of coastline at Waiake Beach.

Other considerations include:

  • erosion on the creek bands
  • structural issues with the walkway and shed
  • the fact that other limbs of the tree will continue to drop down and continue to cause access issues for both the boardwalk and shed in future

What we want your feedback on

We want your feedback on:

  • how you use the boardwalk and the nearby pedestrian crossing
  • how important unrestricted access to the boardwalk is to you
  • how important protecting this natural environment is to you

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 9 - 27 November 2020.