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Other Coastlines - Te Arai / Mangawhai
Written by Wayne Thompson, The New Zealand Herald   
Monday, 01 December 2008

A Northland iwi says its proposed resort development could be the core of a new public park along unspoiled Pakiri and Te Arai beaches.

Te Uri o Hau chairman Russell Kemp said a park could be formed along 11km of scenic coast by combining iwi owned and managed land with that of Crown and council land.

Te Arai Beach Preservation Society chairman Mark Walker said the society still objected to a rezoning for housing and its aim was for the whole of the trust's Mangawhai North Forest to be regional park.

Forest north of Pakiri is the only large area of private undeveloped beachfront on the Auckland region's entire northeastern coast.

Te Uri o Hau and developer NZ Land Trust have a joint venture, Te Arai Coastal Lands Trust, which plans a residential, thermal spa and golf course development at Te Arai.

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