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We will shortly be working on a reconstruction of this site. When it's complete we think you will find it easier to navigate and it will contain up-to-the-minute information about progress being made on this exciting adventure.


Date posted: 21 September 2017
As one door closes, another opens. The early stages of the restoration planting are complete and the next phase of work will connect Motukaraka Point to the newly completed section at Kakaho is close to starting. Keep reading >>. 

Gods of Nature Thwarted

Date posted: 30 November 2016
Despite all that nature did by way of earthquakes, very heavy rain and wind, every garden looked tremendous and was, quite justifiably, a source of pride to the owners. Everyone’s support of the 2016 Garden Trail brought the completion of Te Ara Piko another big step closer.  Keep reading >>

Pauatahanui Garden Trail 2016

Date posted: 17 October 2016
Tickets are now available and, after the success of this event last year, you'll want to get yours soon. Check out the event and gather together a few friends so that you can stroll around the beautiful gardens, ten of which are new this year. Keep reading >>

Good things take time

Date posted: 27 June 2016
It may seem as if nothing has been happening on the Pathway but nothing could be further from the truth. Hard work has been going into the planning for the development of the next section. Keep your eyes open over the months ahead. Keep reading >>

Pathway Progress

Date posted: 4 August 2015
During the past year, progress has been achieved in many areas of the Pathway, including restoration planting, predator control, fund raising and most significantly assisting with the preparation of the resource consent application for the next section from Motukaraka Point to the Wellington Jet Sport Club at Camborne. Keep reading >>

Further to walk, ride, run …

Date posted: 30 May 2014

The first section of the Te Ara Piko was opened by Nick Leggett, Mayor of Porirua City and Ron Lucas, President Rotary Club of Plimmerton at a function in Pauatahanui on Wednesday 28 May 2014. The function concluded with a video clip produced by local identity, Michael Thomson, who designed, built and flew a remote controlled helicopter to produce a visually outstanding look at the Pathway from a totally different perspective. Keep reading >>

Te Ara Piko Award a Natural!

Date posted: 25 August 2013

On Monday 19 August 2013, Plimmerton Rotary won the Heritage and Environment Category of the Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards for Te Ara Piko at a prestigious awards ceremony held at Pataka in Porirua. The project has been developed jointly between Plimmerton Rotary and the Porirua City Council with both partners being enthusiastic supporters from the start. Keep reading >>

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