Category Archives: The Whau

Whau Coastal Walkway Project

Good ideas have a way of spreading… As part of the Muddy Urbanism research lab Hannah Ryan proposed the Te Waitahurangi Loop, a continuous recreational corridor that connects existing recreational open spaces around the recreational volume of the Whau River. This week the New Zealand Herald

Whau Coastal Walkway Project

Good ideas have a way of spreading… As part of the Muddy Urbanism research lab Hannah Ryan proposed the Te Waitahurangi Loop, a continuous recreational corridor that connects existing recreational open spaces around the recreational volume of the Whau River. This week the New Zealand Herald

Amphibious Living

Chia Venn Khoo (KCV) Any river is really a summation of a whole valley. It shapes not only the land, but also the life and culture of the valley. To think of any river as nothing but water is to

Amphibious Living

Chia Venn Khoo (KCV) Any river is really a summation of a whole valley. It shapes not only the land, but also the life and culture of the valley. To think of any river as nothing but water is to

PONIES and PYLONS

Images courtesy of Nina Patel

PONIES and PYLONS

Images courtesy of Nina Patel

How nature adapts to our rubbish in the Whau…

the little black shags love hanging out on the shopping trolleys and the oysters gravitate to the bricks photos courtesy of Nina Patel

How nature adapts to our rubbish in the Whau…

the little black shags love hanging out on the shopping trolleys and the oysters gravitate to the bricks photos courtesy of Nina Patel

Rosebank Peninsula Study

Thanks to Nina Patel rosebankperipherrystudy1 the-rosebank-peninsula-landscape-study-2008-2010-final http://rosebankartwalk.wordpress.com/about-2/community-organisations/avondalewaterview-historical-society/

Rosebank Peninsula Study

Thanks to Nina Patel rosebankperipherrystudy1 the-rosebank-peninsula-landscape-study-2008-2010-final http://rosebankartwalk.wordpress.com/about-2/community-organisations/avondalewaterview-historical-society/

Marine Sediment Monitoring Programme: 2005 results

TP316 SoE Sediment Contaminant Report 2005 Thanks to Dr Marjorie van Roon SOURCE: Auckland Regional Council

Marine Sediment Monitoring Programme: 2005 results

TP316 SoE Sediment Contaminant Report 2005 Thanks to Dr Marjorie van Roon SOURCE: Auckland Regional Council