Communities keen to restore our region’s biodiversity are invited to get out their green thumbs.
Greater Wellington has offered a short-term solution to four horse graziers to keep seven horses in Queen Elizabeth Park (QEP) while alternative locations are found.
Anniversary weekend activity seekers are invited to attend Greater Wellington’s biggest summer event of the year, Battle Hill Farm Day this Sunday 22 January.
Greater Wellington is calling on the region to get ‘parks prepared’ ahead of its annual Summer Events programme which spans the region’s network of parks.
Akatarawa amblers are swinging into summer following the opening of a brand-new swing bridge in Greater Wellington’s Akatarawa Forest Park.
Greater Wellington is rebalancing equestrian recreation in Queen Elizabeth Park, ceasing most horse grazing in favour of expanding casual horse riding and trekking facilities while implementing its policy of restoring…
In great news for walkers, cyclists and horse riders formerly farmed areas of Kāpiti’s Queen Elizabeth Park have been opened to the public following the completion of 7.
What is it? Although it looks a little bit like an alien spacecraft this NIWA wave bouy rider “landed” on the Parangarahu lakes beach after a storm on 14 October.
Back in 2013 the Mackenzie track received some TLC but now, eight years and many downpours later, the lower sections are showing strain from wear and tear.