Wellington’s Lost Streams
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Wellington’s Lost Streams

Join us for an exploration of the lost urban streams in the capital and learn a little of their history and future as they compete with the frantic demands of our urban jungle.

Scientist Evan Harrison, Ecological Engineer, Stu Farrant, and a former Chief Storm Water Advisor, Ben Fountain, will tell the story through the lenses of Kumutoto, Waimapihi, and Waitangi Streams as we stroll from the site of Wellington’s first ‘piped stream’ and onto the waterfront reflecting on the issues and challenges with the future of our city’s freshwater.

Booking is essential for this 2 hour walking tour, starting at 1pm on Saturday 30 October, because places are limited.

Spaces are limited to 30 people maximum.

Booking is required. Please book by contacting David Watt at Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga: 04 494 8322 or dwatt@heritage.org.nz.

Location: The tour starts at the top of Woodward Street, at the pedestrian underpass, and finishes at Waitangi Park.

Duration: 2 hours

Cost: Free

Contact: 04 494 8322 or dwatt@heritage.org.nz

Health & Safety: Please make sure you’re wearing good/comfortable walking shoes, weather appropriate clothing, and have a water bottle.

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is New Zealand’s leading heritage agency, celebrating and advocating for this country’s important heritage places.

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