TE AWA

THE GREAT NZ RIVER RIDE

 

When complete, the Te Awa walk/cycleway will

stretch 70kms along the Waikato River, from Ngaruawahia

in the north to Horahora in the south

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Te Awa The Great NZ River Ride added 3 new photos.

Not the greatest weather for bridge building but the Emmetts team isn't letting a little rain stop progress!
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5 days ago

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Juanita-Bevan CrossRyan Emmett

4 days ago   ·  2

Mike PetleySlow on the job boys I'd be faster

4 days ago

Darren GoreThats the tar key

4 days ago

Sue ClausenWhen is the bridge going in to link Ngaruawahia and Hamilton river ride? It was supposed to be done last year.

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Te Awa The Great NZ River Ride shared Waikato RiverCare's Te Awa River Ride.

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It's been great working with Waikato River Care and the Waikato River Authority - have a look at this cool little video Waikato RiverCare has put together!
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Check out this awesome video of our project along Te Awa River Ride in Ngaruawahia. If you haven't had a chance to see it first hand, here's the next best thing!We've loved partnering with Te Awa The Great NZ River Ride and Waikato River Authority to complete this awesome project. A big thanks also to Michael Schrodter for the drone footage!

2 weeks ago

Antony Brown, Julie Whitson and 23 others like this

Jolene HohaiaThanks for the awesome work!

2 weeks ago

Amy SpitzerWhen is the section from Ngaruawhaia to Horotiu due to open?

2 weeks ago

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Thanks for sharing this video of the Perry Bike Skills Park and path to Te Awa! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Jolene HohaiaTania Hohaia we should grab the subaru and take the kids here and up the river.

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Don't forget the Cambridge Twilight Cycling Festival - this Anzac Day! ... See MoreSee Less

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A first look at the bridge site. This photo is taken just south of the Ngaruawahia Golf Club - in a few months we'll have a brand new cycle/pedestrian bridge in this exact spot! ... See MoreSee Less

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Paula SouthgateLook forward to the "after" photo 🙂

1 month ago   ·  3

Bridget Marie DowsettExciting it's such a disappointment no access from river road on the other side, 500m from the smith road paper road.

1 month ago   ·  1

Ian LewisSaw the crane and so on (assumed it was for the new bridge) with great interest on a trip out to family BBQ at Ngaruawahia yesterday. This is going to be GREAT 🙂

1 month ago   ·  2

Warwick J Marshallis the trail along both sides of the river?

1 month ago

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