Rototuna parks

​The Council is committed to improving Hamilton's liveability through new community infrastructure and green spaces to make Rototuna an attractive and sustainable community for Hamiltonians and visitors to enjoy.

The Council has four large undeveloped parks in the northeast of the city – Mangaiti Park, Te Manatu Park, Hare Puke Park and what is informally referred to as the Rototuna Sports Parks (yet to be officially named).

ROTOTUNA SPORTS PARK​S

Rototuna Sports Parks is already being developed: we have concept plans for five sports pitches, available for a range of codes in 2020. ​

What is informally known as Park Lane – a street yet to have an official name – will be constructed in conjunction with the development of the sports park.

 View the concept plan here​

​MANGAITI PARK

A concept plan for Mangaiti Park was developed in consultation with the community in 2015.

 View the concept plan here

Construction has begun on a neighbourhood playground along with a shared cycle pedestrian path. Further basic development will occur in 2019-20 including landscaping and installation of park furniture. 

This park will eventually be used for community level sport. Development of this park for sport will ultimately be guided by demand, capacity and future financial decisions by the Council.

TE MANATU PARK

A concept plan for Te Manatu Park was developed in consultation with the community in 2015.

 View the concept plan here​

Currently undeveloped, this park will undergo basic development – including levelling and earthworks, path construction, and installation of furniture and rubbish bins – in 2020-21.

This park is also designated for use by sporting codes.

HARE PUKE PARK

Already the site of a destination playground in July 2018, Hare Puke Park will be developed in 2021. That development is expected to include levelling, earthworks plus installation of furniture bins, plus a path network.

This park will eventually be used for community level sport. Development of this park for sport will ultimately be guided by demand, capacity and future financial decisions by the Council. 

Page reviewed: 27 Aug 2019 11:36am