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Te ara whīkoi o Te Whau

Te Whau Pathway

Project investment and funding

To date, the project has invested in:

  • resource and building consent
  • designs for the three boardwalk sections
  • materials for the longest section of boardwalk
  • construction of some concrete path sections
  • a storage yard
  • a yard for the project site office.


The project was paused in December 2022 while additional funding options were investigated.

September 2023

The project received an additional $14 million of grant funding from the government to complete the build between State Highway 16 (NW cycleway) and Roberts Field in Te Atatu South.

The Rizal Crossing section is not funded for this work at this time.

Next steps

We will work closely with HEB Construction Ltd (the construction contractor) to get the build under way.

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