Projects

For over a decade, we’ve been transforming landscapes at every scale. We work closely with our project partners, with a shared vision to create lasting connections with nature, people and place.

Recreation + Trails Strategy

Strategically connecting communities with their environment that build values of wellbeing and kaitiakitanga.

Trails provide connections that strengthen communities, which in turn builds a region’s attractiveness for people to return and/or move to a district. They also provide a platform for growing recreation and tourism experiences which supports business growth and economic and employment benefits. WILDLAB has extensive expertise in the planning, design and implementation of tracks and trails strategies in Aotearoa New Zealand. This first-hand knowledge of other region’s approaches allows us to bring a keen understanding of national and international best practice, and also to ensure regional trail networks are differentiated in ways that build attractiveness and uniqueness to communities and visitors.

Featured projects

Mackenzie Basin Drylands Park
Lincoln University
Antarctica New Zealand’s Scott Base Waste Reduction
Antarctica New Zealand | University of Otago | RMIT University
Kiwi Ranger Programme New Zealand
Shades of Green | Department of Conservation

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