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Te Mahere Whakahaere i ngā Papa Rēhia ā-Rohe 2022

Regional Parks Management Plan 2022

​What the Regional Parks Management Plan 2022 does

The Regional Parks Management Plan (RPMP) 2022 sets the vision and direction for managing our regional parks network for 10 years. 

It was approved for the majority of regional parkland in September 2022.

The RPMP 2010 is still in use for Lake Wainamu and the Hunua Falls.

Get a copy of the plan

​Supporting documents

​RPMP maps

​Contact us

Email us at if you have any questions about the management plan.

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