Ex Glenview Club
Peacockes Road Esplanade
AJ Seeley Gully Reserve
Beetham Park Gully
Farnbourough Drive Reserve
Lake Rotokauri Park
Te Tiwha O Parei-iri-whare Park
Te Hikuwai Reserve
Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park
Te Awa O Katapaki Esplanade
Gully Restoration Programme
The Gully Restoration Programme is run by Hamilton City Council and works to promote and grow the green space networks of the city providing a link between publicly owned natural areas and private gully sites. With around 400 hectares of gully in private ownership city residents with gully properties have an important part to play in helping to realise this vision for their city. Find out more about the Gully Restoration Programme
Community planting on natural areas
Hamilton City Council is working with community groups and residents to improve our natural habitats and increase the cities biodiversity for future generations to enjoy.
We have had thousands of native trees and shrubs planted by community group volunteers to encourage native birds like tui back into our city, and it is working, however there is still more that we can achieve together!