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Stage Three - Wānaka Lakefront Development Plan
Te Mahere Whakaahu mō te takutai o Wānaka
Work on Stage Three of the Wānaka Lakefront Development Plan is now complete, which sees the implementation of a number of features between Bullock Creek and Wanaka Marina, including:
Restoration and development of native vegetation - large scale planting to maintain the lakefront's rugged, wild landscape.
Te Ara Wānaka - a shared pathway for pedestrians and cyclists that connects Wānaka's Town Centre with the Marina.
A boardwalk running along the lake's edge.
Informative signage - highlights of the area's significance to Kāi Tahu, and details of native plant and animal life found nearby.
Improved landuse - improvement of lawn areas to allow for recreation activities.
Photos of Stage Three
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Stage Three documents