Kia ora neighbours,
Hayman Park is set for a brand new four-story play tower (with a tunnel slide!), due to open mid-2023.
The park's $6.5 million development includes the 12.8 metre high play tower, soaring above nearby Takapuna’s play tower of 9 metre. There will be two cable, 33 metre flying fox, a 72 metre pump track loop for wheels of all kinds plus a bump track for those on training wheels, some of which will be ready by the end of this year.
The tower itself will have a rock climbing wall, rope tunnel bridges, climbing ropes and a rooftop seesaw.
There will also be an additional basketball half-court alongside the existing half court, due to popular demand.
Eke Panuku Development Auckland is behind the project, and have provided some architectural drawings of what the developments will look like.
👍Nominations for Tāmaki Makaurau’s local election candidates have now closed.
Keep an eye out for the final list later this evening to be published on www.voteauckland.co.nz...
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We do this through community-focused, positive experiential learning and mentoring programmes, that build self-confidence, resilience, improve the mental health and well-being, and support the young people to move towards greater independence.
To find out more, head to our website below.
New Zealand Red Cross and the students of Rangitoto College are proudly hosting this year’s Pop-Up Book Fair!
Join us at the Rangitoto Centre (564 East Coast Rd, Mairangi Bay) on:
Saturday 10 September – 9am to 5pm
Sunday 11 September– 10am to 3:30pm
Entrance is free, and books are at bargain prices!
Get early access to the best books on Saturday at 8am with a Gold Coin donation!
All funds raised help support the valuable work New Zealand Red Cross does, both here in Aotearoa and abroad.
For further information, please get in touch Getfundraising@redcross.org.nz