Te Ara Tukutuku

Te Ara Tukutuku

A vision for Wynyard Point 

Since 2011, Aucklanders have experienced the transformation of their inner-city waterfront - opening it up from former port-related uses to become a world-class destination that excites the senses and celebrates our sea-loving cultures and maritime history.

The next stage of this long-term change seeks to create a celebrated area at the space you might know as Wynyard Point, or the northern end of Wynyard Quarter.

Over the next ten to fifteen years, this area will be transformed into one of the most beautiful open spaces and waterfront destinations in Tāmaki Makaurau. It will be a space for everyone.

The space is being codesigned with Ngā Iwi Mana Whenua o Tāmaki Makaurau (Mana Whenua) using mātauranga Māori (traditional Māori knowledge and practice).

Read more about the project here

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Have your say

  • How would you like to experience the space?
  • How do you want to feel when you’re there?
  • With this being a space to share knowledge, what would you like to learn there?
  • How might / can you help?
  • Your feedback will help inform the concept design when we move into that phase early next year.

Share your thoughts here

You can have your say on Te Ara Tukutuku vision from 30 October to 26 November 2023.

There will also be drop-in sessions at Karanga Kiosk at the following times:

  • Thursday, 9 November: 10am – 3pm
  • Saturday, 11 November: 1-4pm
  • Wednesday, 22 November:1-4pm
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Last updated: 06 November 2023

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