Introduction

The goal of the Virtually on Track project is to connect people with each other, and with local gem recreation sites in the Bay of Plenty.

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Discover, Explore, Connect

The Virtually on Track project is a partnership between the regional Department of Conservation (DOC) office, Sport Bay of Plenty, and Sport NZ with support from the Bay of Plenty’s six districts and one regional council.

The 3 year project centres on the development of eight significant recreation hubs identified around local gems within the Bay of Plenty.

The local gem recreation sites are located at:

  1. Rotorua Eastern Lakes
  2. Kawerau and Tarawera
  3. Waihi Beach and Coastline
  4. Whakatane and Ohiwa Harbour
  5. Papmoa Hills Range
  6. Opotiki and Motu
  7. Otanewainuku and Kaharoa Corridor
  8. McLarens Falls Park and Lower Kaimai

A large component of the project is links with technology. The goal is to connect people with each other, and with local gem recreation sites in the Bay of Plenty.

Find out more on the Virtually on Track website.

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