The Huatoki walkway and Plaza are reserved for SCANZ 2015:water*peace events. We are particularly pleased the New Plymouth District Council has supported our project in this way, as it means we will be able to locate creative works along the Huatoki walkway, for temporary exhibition on Sunday February 2nd 2015.
The Huatoki River is a site of many stories, dating from pre-European times to industrial usages, through to the current walkway/recreational purpose. A range of site types can be offered to successful artists.
Stretching from the heart of New Plymouth city, this gently graded walk follows the path of the Huatoki River. From its river mouth (at the Wind Wand on the Coastal Walkway) to its head above the Huatoki Domain, this beautiful track winds its way behind city office blocks and residential housing, through developed parkland and scenic native bush.
Access points include Hempton Street, Harris Street, Carrington Street, Maratahu Street, Frankley Road, Glenpark Avenue, Sycamore Grove, Parsons Street, Marian Grove, Camden Street, Brois Street, Budleigh Street and Woodleigh Street.