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living_in_new_zealand:where_to_live_out_of_auckland:miranda_maramarua [2013/10/24 11:10] (current)
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 From the 1920s onwards the land was progressively bought by Auckland City Council utilising funds from its water supply operation. Development of the water supplies commenced in the late 1940s. The bulk water supply operation and the land passed to the newly formed Auckland Regional Authority in 1964. The Authority completed the water supply development and continued the exotic afforestation on some of the north and western catchment land, started by the City Council. Its Water Department administered the land. The water operation was corporatised as Watercare Services Ltd in 1992, but all the land remained with the Auckland Regional Council (as it was by then). Watercare took ownership of the water related assets and took a long term lease from the Auckland Regional Council of the reservoir areas and the operational areas. The exotic forestry land was also leased to another party. The catchment land became regional park land. From the 1920s onwards the land was progressively bought by Auckland City Council utilising funds from its water supply operation. Development of the water supplies commenced in the late 1940s. The bulk water supply operation and the land passed to the newly formed Auckland Regional Authority in 1964. The Authority completed the water supply development and continued the exotic afforestation on some of the north and western catchment land, started by the City Council. Its Water Department administered the land. The water operation was corporatised as Watercare Services Ltd in 1992, but all the land remained with the Auckland Regional Council (as it was by then). Watercare took ownership of the water related assets and took a long term lease from the Auckland Regional Council of the reservoir areas and the operational areas. The exotic forestry land was also leased to another party. The catchment land became regional park land.
  
-SEE:​[[http://​www.arc.govt.nz/parks//​our-parks/​parks-in-the-region/​hunua-falls/​|Hunua Falls]]+SEE:​[[http://​regionalparks.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/hunuaranges]] 
  
-or :​[[http://​www.arc.govt.nz/​parks/​our-parks/​parks-in-the-region/​hunua-ranges/​|Hunua Park]] 
  
 or:​[[http://​aucklandmtb.co.nz/​trails/​hunua-trails/​|Mountain biking the Hunuas]] or:​[[http://​aucklandmtb.co.nz/​trails/​hunua-trails/​|Mountain biking the Hunuas]]
  
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