Great Barrier Island has a range of community spaces and reserves in each of its settlements that are unique within Auckland.
Many of the village parks are small and lack facilities, and many of them are found on beachfront areas, small playgrounds, unformed roads and walkways.
There are only a few grass areas on the island that are large enough for sports, and some settlements have open space in school grounds, club grounds, DOC reserves or campsites.
What we want your feedback on
We want to hear from you about how you use these spaces, and what we can do to encourage you to use them more often.
We also want to know how we can work better with organisations that provide parks or facilities that are used by the wider communities.
When you can have your say
You can have your say from 31 October to 7 December 2018.
We will then analyse your feedback and use it to create a draft plan about the future of these community spaces.