Just like the building of the original Hundertwasser Toilets where our community and schools worked along-side Hundertwasser, our community will work together mahi tahi to bring Te Hononga Kawakawa Hundertwasser Park to life.
The fundamental approach of Te Hononga, is the joining of cultures. A joining of our communities, of visitors and locals, of man and the environment.
We aspire to celebrate our friendship with Hundertwasser and our community at the gateway to the district, proudly made of local materials and made by local hands.
Work is well under way with our project manager Far North Holdings and our project teams are working collaboratively to bring all the elements of the centre and the visitor experience together.
If you want to join one of our Project Team’s or can support us with materials, time, or expertise please contact us.
The Te Hononga project team discussing ideas and sharing ideas for the experience across the Centre and an example of interactive tools below.
We are also inviting local schools and community groups to get involved in the new centre, from helping to plant trees to making pavers for our town square/Atea. Please sign up to our newsletter to be kept in the loop with these hands-on opportunities or register your schools interest here.
Donations are always welcome and we are actively seeking sponsors and donations for the beautification and interactive elements of our visitor experience. You, your whanau or business can make a donation here.
Project teams have been working with the Trust over the last 12 months to inform the design and function of the new centre.