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Auckland Council

Classification of reserves within the Waiheke Local Board area

Public notice date: 31 January 2019

Closing date and time: 08 March 2019, 5 p.m.

The Auckland Council intends to prepare a management plan covering all local parks within the Waiheke local board area.  Prior to that action commencing, the Reserves Act 1977 (RA) requires all reserve lands within the local board area to be suitably classified in terms of that Act.

Pursuant to section 16(1) of the Reserves Act 1977, Auckland Council notifies its intention to classify the existing reserves described below to be reserves for the purposes set out in the Schedule below.


Parcels to be classified scenic reserve under Section 16(1) of the RA and to be subject to the provisions of Section 19 (1)(b) of the RA

  • Kuakarau Bay Forest Reserve
    Lot 55 DP 156422, 31745m²
    Section 1 SO 360896, 200m²
    Section 2 SO 360896, 706m²
  • Kennedy Reserve
    Lot 648 DP 16353, 1217m²
    Lot 647 DP 16353, 1022m²
    Lot 650 DP 16353, 1419m²
    Lot 651 DP 16353, 1955m²
    Lot 652 DP 16353, 1518m²
    Lot 649 DP 16353, 1141m²

Parcels to be classified local purpose (community use) reserve under Section 16(1) of the RA

  • Citizens Advice Bureau Reserve, Part Lot 128 DP 22848

Parcels to be classified recreation reserve under Section 16(1) of the RA

  • Tin Boat Reserve
    Part Lot 105 DP 11377, 5m²
    Lot 85 DP 11377, 8559m²

Parcels to be classified local purpose (esplanade) reserve under Section 16(1) of the RA

  • Omiha Beach Reserve, Lot 465 DP 19224, 7765m²

Parcels to be classified local purpose (accessway) reserve under Section 16(1) of the RA

  • Goodwin North Reserve, Lot 3 DP 82447, 480m²
  • Hill Road Crescent Road East Reserve, Lot 425 DP 16816, 3536m²

Any person wishing to comment on or object to any of the proposals may do so in writing and addressed to the Chief Executive, Auckland Council, Private Bag, 93200, Auckland 1142, Attention: Helaina Farthing, no later than 5.00 pm on Friday 8 March 2019.  Alternatively, submissions or objections may be emailed to

Should any person wish to discuss any of the proposals, they can contact Helaina Farthing on (09) 3010101.

Submissions on any of the proposals should state if the submitter wishes to be heard. Any submitter should state in their submission if the whole or any part of the submission or objection is to be kept confidential, and the reasons. However, any information provided to the council will become subject to the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 and may be released by the council under that Act.