Reserve Management Plans
Hipapatua/Reid's Farm Recreation Reserve Management Plan
Hipapatua/Reid's Farm Recreation Reserve is located adjacent to the Waikato River half way between the Taupō urban area and the internationally popular Huka Falls. It is one of a number of protected areas in the upper Waikato River valley and planning for its management is part of an integrated project by key organisations in the area.
Kinloch Recreation Reserves Management Plan
The Kinloch Recreation Reserves Management Plan is a tool to provide consistent and appropriate decisions on the management and development of nine reserves in the Kinloch area.
Motutere Recreation Reserve Management Plan
Taupō District Council adopted the Motutere Recreation Reserve Management Plan on 27 April 2004. The plan identifies the history of the reserve, existing features and provides policy guidance on its management and development, including the camp site.
Appendix 1 - Gazette Notice
Appendix 1 - Reserve Boundaries
Appendix 2 - Section 17
Appendix 3 - Section 41
Appendix 4 - Councils Notice
Appendix 5 - Lessees plans
Appendix 6 - Resource Consents
Appendix 7 - Constitution of Maori Trust Boards
Appendix 7 - Maori Land Amendment and Maori Land Claims Adjustment Act 1926
Appendix 7 - Classification and Management of Reserves
Nukuhau Boat Ramp Area Reserve Management Plan
A reserve management plan for the Nukuhau Boat Ramp area sets out guidelines for future development of the reserve by Nukuhau Boat Ramp and the adjacent council-owned land on the western side of the Taupō Harbour, called Pier 87.
Introduction and Background of Nukuhau Boat Ramp
Management Considerations Reserve Issues Objectives and Policies
Concept Plans, Plan Review, Glossary, Current New Zealand Gazette Notices
Plan map of Nukuhau Boat Ramp
Secombe Park Vegetation Management Plan
The purpose of this vegetation management plan is to provide ongoing direction for the management of vegetation in the Secombe Park area.
South Western Bay Settlements Reserve Management Plan
The first reserve management plan for the south western bay settlements was approved by Council in June 2015. You can see the detailed responses to the submissions here.
Spa Thermal Park and Riverbank Recreational and Scenic Reserve Management Plan
The management plan for Spa Thermal Park and Riverbank Recreational and Scenic Reserve was adopted by Taupō District Council in 2000. This management plan covers our reserves along both sides of the Waikato River from below the Control Gates down to Spa Thermal Park. It takes into account the significance of the reserves in the context of the wider area and identifies the uniqueness of the reserves as relatively natural areas for day use and access to the Waikato River. Policies and implementation statements provide for appropriate levels of casual, event and commercial use.
Cover and Table of Contents
Part A - Terms of Reference
Part B - Site Evaluation
Part C - Management Considerations
Part D - Reserve Management
Part E - Concept Plan
Part F - Action Programme
Part G - Plan Review
Appendices Part 1
Appendices Part 2
Tapuaeharuru Bay Lakeshore Reserves Management Plan
The purpose of this management plan is to try to balance recreational opportunities with the protection of the natural and cultural values of the lakeshore reserves, within the limits of the resources available.
Taupō Sportsgrounds Reserve Management Plan
The management plan provides objectives, policies and concept plans for the ongoing management of Centennial Park, Owen Delany Park, Hickling Park, Kaimanawa Reserve, Waipahihi Reserve and Crown Park. The 2010 management plan supersedes any earlier management plans for these reserves.
On 23 February 2016, following consultation in accordance with Section 41 of the Reserves Act 1977, Council approved a minor amendment to Policy 4.7 c) of the management plan that allows fresh leases of existing community clubrooms sites on Hickling Park to be granted until 30 June 2030.
Taupō Urban Area and Acacia Bay Neighbourhood Recreation Reserves
This reserve management plan covers 54 of the Taupō Urban Area and Acacia Bay Neighbourhood Recreation Reserves (NRRs). NRRs are found within local neighbourhoods and are for casual, passive and active recreational use and enjoyment of the public. Location plans of these 54 NRRs are provided in the first appendix.
Te Rangiita Waitetoko Lakeside Reserve Management Plan
This management plan is to be used as a reference and working document to facilitate the further development and use of the reserve and to ensure the decision making and administration is compatible with the stated goal, objectives and policies.
Tongariro Domain Management Plan
The plan confirmed the closure of the existing motor camp in April 2006 to enable development of the new Riverside Park on the site with community event area, amphitheatre, riverside walkway and riverside restaurant/caf lease. All other facilities on the domain, including existing clubrooms, were to be retained and enhanced. Clubs at the southern end of the domain would be given the opportunity to renew current leases until 2015.