The future for Takapuna Holiday Park

The final hurdle in the long running saga of the Takapuna Beach Holiday Park has been overcome with a lease for a new operator who will redevelop the land into a new look Holiday Park over the next year or so.

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The Holiday Park

The Devonport โ€“ Takapuna board approved a lease at a recent meeting. This means that the ground Holiday Park is on, is effectively in private ownership for the next 30 years.

Rafe at the park

The successful new Lease holder is understood to be involved in at least 4 well known Top 10 Holiday Parks all around the South Island so I think we can assume that the Holiday Park is in a safe pair of hands.

A Google Earth image

It is understood that the park will be completely rebuilt over the next few years.

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I think given the turmoil and angst that the community has been through to save the Holiday Park, it is a great outcome.

We’ve been here for several days a week for a couple of months and it is a great location. Good news all round!

Dusk at the park

4 thoughts on “The future for Takapuna Holiday Park”

  1. What wonderful news with the saving of this holiday park. As an outsider I thank all those people that rallied around to keep this wonderful sight. Cheers.๐Ÿท๐Ÿท๐Ÿบ๐Ÿบ. Phyllis Binney. Kerikeri.

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    1. Hi Phyl. It was a full on battle but the outcome is fantastic. I suspect it will be a bit more expensive to stay at but itโ€™s a premo spot and very handy to everything. Weโ€™ve been paying $47 a night for two on the waterfront for three sometimes 4 nights a week. Still a lot cheaper than renting!


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