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.
New Zealand’s only outdoor grass amphitheatre and entertainment stage.
Since 2010, the landmark Te Rewa Rewa Bridge has been a highlight of the award-winning Coastal Walkway.