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Largest parks conference in southern hemisphere to hit Rotorua

Green Pavloa – the biggest parks and open spaces conference in the southern hemisphere – will be heading to Rotorua on May 4-7, 2020, and will focus on bringing together the Asia-Pacific parks and open spaces industry to learn new things, discuss best practise and network with colleagues.

“Delegates will have the opportunity to visit award-winning parks, meet a huge selection of trade exhibitors and help shape the future of our industry," says Parks and Open Spaces programme manager for Recreation Aotearoa Karl Nesbitt.

Rotorua will enable delegates to explore the wellbeing of places and spaces and how important they are to human health by seeing it in action. Delegates will experience New Zealand culture, nature, flora and fauna and learn how New Zealand's green spaces work.

With some of New Zealand’s most beautiful beaches, underground caves and Hobbiton movie set within an hour or two’s drive, Rotorua offers delegates a range of day trips and additional activities.

“The 2020 conference will be bigger and better than ever as the World Urban Parks Asia-Pacific Congress is incorporated into Green Pavlova.”

Despite its culinary implication, Green Pavlova is the premier parks, reserves and open space conference in New Zealand, for organisations and individuals engaged in sports parks, playspaces, reserves and open spaces.

The conference will cover many industry areas, such as parks and open spaces, play, amenity, turf, facilities, contracting and sport hubs. The themes of the 2020 conference reflect the current issues facing the industry, including sustainability, resilience and climate change, the benefits of connecting with nature – the value of parks, applying the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, community empowerment and Te Mara Hupara.

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