Hawke's Bay Regional Parks

The benefits of parks are widely accepted throughout the world. They contribute towardhealthy communities through encouraging active lifestyles as well as providing opportunitiesfor people to connect with nature and learn about the environment. As a regional authority HBRC owns or administers land for a wide range of purposes includingflood control & drainage, soil conservation and investment. Over time, HBRC has improvedpublic access to these areas, for both environmental engagement and recreational use andwhile this is positive, it has raised the expectations of the community. Many of our parks arenow loved and well-known such as the Pakowhai & Tutira Country Parks, the Pekapeka &Waitangi Wetlands, and many of the regions river corridors. The natural, cultural, recreationaland economic values our regional community places on these areas makes them significantwithin the Hawke’s Bay landscape.

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Theme ["geospatial"]
Author HBRC_Data
Maintainer HBRC_Data
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Created 2016-12-22T02:48:48.000Z
Date modified 2019-06-07T03:37:26.000Z
Language English
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Record created November 10, 2020, Last Updated September 10, 2021