The iconic Peak House, located in Te Mata Park, is up for lease! Built in the 1960’s principally for use as a cafe/ restaurant, it has kitchen facilities as well as bar and dining areas and accommodation. The trustees of the Te Mata Peak Trust Board are seeking responses from cultural
We had a great response to the user survey run during October and November 2015 with 661 responses. You can read more about how our plans are progressing here, and the Trust is still keen to get community feedback and suggestions on the current Draft Concept Plan, Walking and Mountai
A seriously big thank you to the valiant band of volunteers who turned up yesterday morning in driving rain and clambered high up on the Peak to retrieve an impressive collection of rubbish that included over 200 tyres, 30+ road cones, a car door, microwave, bicycle, soccer and rugby
There is a lot going on at Te Mata Park this month, here is just a glimpse of what’s happening on the Peak and how you can get involved. Tauroa Car Park Closure – The Tauroa Road car park is being tar sealed so will be closed from Monday 14 September to Friday 2 October, 2
The Te Mata Park Trust Board has announced that it will not be proceeding with its plans for a $4.3million Visitor & Education Centre. “This has been an incredibly tough decision to make – so much time, effort and enthusiasm has been invested from across the community, not to ment
To catch up on the latest news from the Park, including progress on the Tauroa Road car park and mountain bike tracks, along with a weed alert and call for volunteers, click here to read our September newsletter in full, or you can download the Te Mata Park September 2014 Newsletter.
One of Te Mata Park’s greatest contributors, Mike Lusk, was rewarded with the sighting of a North Island Robin in Te Mata Park. Mike is the Convenor of the Friends of Te Mata Park, an amazing group of volunteers who have worked tirelessly on pest control, weed management and reg
Works on the extension of the Tauroa Road car park will begin this week. The entrance to the Park from Tauroa Road and the lower section of Chambers Walk will be closed on Thursday 5 June and Friday 6 June while four large poplar trees are removed. Park visitors are asked to use the T