Parks & Reserves
Ngā Pāka me ngā Whenua Rāhui
The Hauraki District has a number of beautiful parks and recreational reserves solely for the enjoyment of the public. The facilities located on our reserves may include seats and picnic tables, playgrounds, public toilets, BBQ facilities, paths lights, parking and rubbish bins.
If you would like to find out about how we manage our parks and reserves and the plans for the next 10 years, you can read the Hauraki District Council Reserve Management Plan | Te Rautaki mō ngā Whenua tāpui
To find out more see the Parks, Reserves and Playgrounds in our District
Operators of Drones or Remotely Piloted Aircraft now have to seek permission to fly above people and property, including Council owned parks, reserves, road reserves, roads and properties throughout the Hauraki District. Find out what you need to know and how to seek permission.
Dogs in our Parks and Reserves
Dog Control Areas
We know our furry friends like to come everywhere with us, unfortunately there are areas within our district where dogs aren't allowed or have to be on a leash. Fortunately we also have some areas where your doggo can run free. Remember to check for signs or for a full list of where they can and can't go with you see our Dog Control Bylaw.
Clean Up After Your Dog
Let’s keep our public places poop free for everyone to enjoy. Responsible dog owners clean up after their dogs. More information on Dogs and other animals.