The design team have confirmed the design which looks to reuse infrastructure that is already there as much as possible which will reduce the environmental impact and construction costs.
New ‘Welcome to Ngāmotu’ video highlights the region and honours mana whenua.
The creation of an inter-generational learning and play space at historic Kāwaroa Park on the Ngāmotu – New Plymouth foreshore.
New Plymouth’s new airport has already won a number of prestigious global design awards.
Located in New Plymouth’s CBD, The Festival of Lights comprises of illuminating light installations and whānau-friendly entertainment.
Yarrow Stadium in New Plymouth is the proud home of Taranaki rugby.
New Plymouth’s family swimming and fitness centre attracts around 370,000 visitors a year.
Since 2003, WOMAD has been a music, arts and culture highlight of the New Plymouth summer, drawing crowds of around 50,000 from all over New Zealand.
Positioned adjacent to the renowned Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, the Len Lye Centre is an international-quality destination and global home of the work of pioneering film-maker and kinetic sculptor Len Lye.
Ngāmotu-New Plymouth is home to the world’s first purpose-built, fully integrated museum, library and visitor information centre.