Hamurana Reserve Development - implementing the development plan

Hamurana Reserve looking towards Lake Rotorua.

In 2013 the Hamurana and Awahou Residents and Ratepayers Association (HARRA) made a submission to Council's 2013/2014 Annual Plan requesting Council prepare a plan for the future development of the Hamurana Lakefront reserve.

In September 2017 Council led a consultation project in which the public were invited to give feedback on the draft development plan and which of the proposed works were most important to them and what should have been prioritised first.

With the support of Ngati Rangiwewehi, HARRA and the Rotorua Lakes Community Board Council are now working towards developing the reserve based on priorities fed back from the community.

For the October update to the community click HERE.

Development work is currently underway and is expected to be completely finished closer to summer all things going well.


In 2013 the Hamurana and Awahou Residents and Ratepayers Association (HARRA) made a submission to Council's 2013/2014 Annual Plan requesting Council prepare a plan for the future development of the Hamurana Lakefront reserve.

In September 2017 Council led a consultation project in which the public were invited to give feedback on the draft development plan and which of the proposed works were most important to them and what should have been prioritised first.

With the support of Ngati Rangiwewehi, HARRA and the Rotorua Lakes Community Board Council are now working towards developing the reserve based on priorities fed back from the community.

For the October update to the community click HERE.

Development work is currently underway and is expected to be completely finished closer to summer all things going well.


Pin your priorities on the Hamurana Reserve

about 1 year

Show us how you would prioritise development of the reserve by placing pins within the pink area on the map. 

Instructions:
a) Place a categorised pin.
Place a pin on the desired location - these maps may help:
Overview Map
Detailed Map
(You can place multiple pins on the map).

b) Prioritise.
Each time you place a pin, a box will appear asking you to give it a priority: 1 being the highest, 10 the lowest.

c) Add your own pin.
For the optional "Other" pin, please add a comment describing the action to prioritise. Ensure you also provide...

Show us how you would prioritise development of the reserve by placing pins within the pink area on the map. 

Instructions:
a) Place a categorised pin.
Place a pin on the desired location - these maps may help:
Overview Map
Detailed Map
(You can place multiple pins on the map).

b) Prioritise.
Each time you place a pin, a box will appear asking you to give it a priority: 1 being the highest, 10 the lowest.

c) Add your own pin.
For the optional "Other" pin, please add a comment describing the action to prioritise. Ensure you also provide it a rank; again 1 being the highest, 10 the lowest.

*Map is not to scale and does not reflect final positioning of paths, signage, bollards/ fencing, overnight camping area or extent of foreshore protection works. View the detailed map for more information.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded