Published:  

September 2011

This report documents the results of a baseline inspection of the Charming Creek Walkway to locate and describe visible historic fabric.

Cover of Charming Creek Walkway: baseline inspection report
Publication cover

Summary

Charming Creek Walkway in the Buller region of the West Coast, follows the lower Ngakawau Gorge and the Charming Creek Valley for approximately 9 km from Ngakawau to the abandoned coal mine.

Mostly it follows the alignment of the historic bush tramway and passes several associated historic sites, including the Bins site at Ngakawau, Watson's Sawmill, Mumm's Sawmill, and the Coal Mine.

The baseline inspection recorded historic fabric adjacent to, and on the walkway. This information was then used to assess significance and identify threats.

Publication information

Authors: Jackie Breen and Amy Findlater

Prepared for the Buller Kawatiri Area Office

ISBN: Print ISBN: 978-0-478-14900-5, Digital ISBN: 978-0-478-14901-2

Contact

Hokitika Office
Phone:   +64 3 756 9100
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Email:   hokitika@doc.govt.nz
Address:   10 Sewell Street
Hokitika 7810
Postal Address:   Private Bag 701
Hokitika 7842
 

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Charming Creek Walkway


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