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We are very excited to announce our donation of 2 defibrillators that have been installed on Mauao summit track and base walk yesterday 🙌
Mauao has over a million people using the tracks every year. Our purpose is to provide these medical facilities as part of our commitment to sustaining a safe and healthy community.
We will be looking after the hardware maintenance of the AED units to ensure they will be operational if required.
Thank you to The Heart Box New Zealand Charity for making this possible ❤️
📍You can now find the units at the junction of Waikorire and Oruahine track, at the top of the stairs and along the base track at the steep track junction.