Next section construction of Te Ara Piko Pathway on Pauatahanui Inlet
The ultimate project goal is for the Te Ara Piko Pathway to extend around the perimeter of the Pauatahanui Inlet.
With section 2 complete about half of the perimeter of the Inlet will be able to be enjoyed from the pathway and it will be of sufficient length to become a destination pathway such that anyone in any community will be able enjoy the rich environmental and wildlife opportunities together with the educational benefits this special area has to offer.
Apart from these benefits the Te Ara Piko Pathway is flat and easily accessible providing very real recreational opportunities for everyone including the able and not so able.
The second section of the Te Ara Piko Pathway project builds on the completed section covering the area from the Pauatahanui Village to Motukaraka Point
The project will provide a level formed pathway with bridges and board walks where appropriate and the provision of restoration planting. Educational signage will also be provided and the pathway will extend access from the Pauatahanui Village to the Paremata Bridge using the Camborne Walkway.
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Plimmerton Rotary comprises people committed to making a difference in their community.
The Club undertakes a wide variety of projects and each aims to deliver a relevant and sustainable outcome.
All funds raised by Plimmerton Rotary are allocated 100% to the nominated project and are managed through a Trust Fund subject to independent audit.