Freese Park Coastal Erosion
- Project typeCoastal infrastructure
- Project valueEstimate cost between $320,000 and $630,000
- Project statusEngagement on design options
- Contractor nameStellar Projects
The coastline at Freese Park is changing. We have looked at the options to protect this environment and the park. Now it’s your turn. What are your priorities? Which option do you think is best? Take part in the online survey below to share your feedback.
How coastal erosion is affecting Freese Park
Coastal erosion occurs when land is lost due to waves and tidal action. The beachfront at Freese Park has eroded steadily over the years and this is now impacting nearby private and Council-owned facilities. Experts predict this erosion will continue at a rate of about 0.7m each year. That's a lot of land! Approximately 9m was lost between 2011-2019 to the Hokianga Harbour. Time is of the essence.
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Freese Park Road, Omapere 0473 View Map
Register to attend a webinar on Wednesday 3 November at 5.30pm to find out more about the different approaches.
Last updated 15 November 2021