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AQ UA R I U M A N D O C E A N C E N T R E O F N E W Z E A L A N D E X PA N S I O N P R O J E C T + M A S T E R P L A N PROJECT SHAPESHIFTER CONCEPT DESIGN OCTOBER 31, 2019

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

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C O N T E X T + A P P R OAC H

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S I T E + A R C H I T E CT U R E

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EXHIBIT PROGRAM

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S U P P L E M E N TA L I N F O R M AT I O N

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C O N T E X T + A P P R OAC H

CO N T E X T S I T E S T R AT E GY + R E S I L I E N CY AQ UA R I U M I N A N AT U R A L L A N D S CA P E PROPOSED SITE S I T E F O R C E S + A P P R OAC H

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SITE CONTEXT NAPIER

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CBD

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Pania Statue

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Cruise Ship Port

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Port of Napier

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National Aquarium

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Hospital Hill

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Ahuriri Estuary

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Te Waka a Māui / Ocean Voyaging Waka

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Future Waka Precinct & Fishmarket

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Ahuriri Village

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Hawke’s Bay Airport

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Cricket Stadium

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Existing Aquarium

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Star Compass

from airport 12 min driving from port 6 min driving from N estuary 9 min driving from S estuary 6 min driving

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SITE CONTEXT NAPIER COASTLINE

Ōtatara Pā

Puketapu

Waiohiki

Tutaekuri River

Ngaruroro River

Pukemokimoki Marae Mataruahou / Bluff Hill

Clive River

Waitangi Regional Park

(reclaimed estuary)

Aquarium and Ocean Centre of

Cape Kidnappers

Ahuriri Estuary

(natural estuary)

Mahina Penninsula

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REGIONAL NATIVE HABITATS ALONG THE COASTLINE

WAITANGI REGIONAL PARK

PORANGAHAU ESTUARY The proposed site development strategy is based on a restorative approach to the local ecology of Hawke’s Bay. Restoring native habitat on site will:

AHURIRI ESTUARY

Highlight a native context that transitions visitors’ frame of mind as they approach and serves as a spectacular backdrop to the outdoor exhibits.

Create a landscape that is a buffer between the ocean and the city while acting as a regional example for resilient development.

Promote the presence and diversity of wildlife on-site.

Celebrates the beauty of nature and inspires in visitors a sense of stewardship.

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SITE CHALLANGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

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Site (62M)

Public Path

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Narrow Site

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Long Site

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Flooding + Sea Level Rise

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Building Height Limitations

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Adjacent building scale and density

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Distance to CBD / Marine Parade

17.5M Height Limit (12m above grade) 15.5M Height Limit (10m above grade)

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7.3M (N) Exhibit Level 1 5.5M (E) Level 1 3.8M (N) Basement Level

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6.3M 100 Yr Flood + Sea Level Rise 1.54M High Tide -.38M Low Tide

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RESILIENT DESIGN SEA LEVEL RISE

HIGH TIDE (2019)

Over the last 10 to 15 years we have witnessed an increased frequency of extreme weather on a global scale. As we look towards future development, it’s critical to incorporate resilience planning and strategies into the design of this project and others.

SEA LEVEL RISE + 100 YEAR FLOOD (2065)

It is common for aquaria to occupy coastal sites. They have a symbiotic relationship with the ocean that surpasses any other building type. This proximity promotes a visitor’s appreciation of and stewardship for the sea, while allowing the exhibits within to thrive off the raw sea water – a strategy that reduces reliance on additional resources. However, given the trajectory of climate change, using a coastal site means that adapting to sea level rise must be at the forefront of our resilience planning.

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RESILIENT DESIGN BUILDING STRATEGIES

STORMWATER RUNOFF

SITE

The current 100-year flood level along the Napier coast is 5.7 meters above sea level. Research suggests that sea levels will rise as much as .6 meters in the next 50 years, and up to 1.35 meters in the next century. The corresponding 100-year event projections will be 6.3 meters at the 50-year mark, and 7.05 meters in the next century. In anticipation of this projection we propose the following design considerations: •

Raise the main floor level of the aquarium to 7.3 meters above sea level. This level is anticipated to remain dry during a flood event. All mission critical equipment such as electrical panels, on-site power generation, etc. is to be located at this level or higher.

The lower level is to be designed as a “wet” level, or a level that could sustain flooding without significant damage. The design will still work to minimize flooding risk at the lower level, through sealed penetrations, backflow preventers on all drains, and flood doors on any required access hatches. All electrically powered equipment, such as pumps are to be installed on platforms 1 m above the floor slab.

Site development will incorporate features designed to attenuate the impact of storm surge, and channel flood waters into lower-lying areas away from the building.

A robust structural design that exceeds code requirements. During a major seismic event the building would remain standing with minimum structural damage. This increase in structural resistance will also make the building more resistant in the event of a tsunami.

The envelope will be designed incorporating passive design principals, so that in the event of power loss the building will stay comfortable and occupiable with minimum reliance on the generator.

6.5M - (2065 100 YEAR FLOOD) 5.5M - (E) LEVEL 1

SEA LEVEL RISE + STORM SURGE + 100 YEAR FLOOD

DRY LEVEL OPEN TO EXTERIOR

WET LEVEL

7.3M - (N) LEVEL 1 6.3M - (2065 100 YEAR FLOOD)

7.3M - (N) LEVEL 1 6.3M - (2065 100 YEAR FLOOD)

3.8M - (N) BASEMENT •

The mechanical system will be designed with the ability to add increased filtration on air intakes to ensure that poor air quality from regional wildfire can mitigated, should this become a long term issue from an increase in regional drought.

BASEMENT - FLOOD PROOF CONSTRUCTION

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SITE STRATEGY AQUARIUM IN A NATURAL LANDSCAPE

The revitalization of the natural habitat around the Aquarium and Ocean Centre of New Zealand sets it apart from most major aquaria, which are typically embedded in dense urban contexts. This strategy creates an experience that uniquely connects visitors to the ocean, offers at authentic approach to resiliency and environmental stewardship, and creates the opportunity for deeper ties into MÄ ori cultural heritage.

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HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE PRE 1931 EARTHQUAKE

In restoring the native habitat the proposed site design serves as an interpretive landscape that captures two key habitats that were common to the Napier area prior to the 1931 Landscape: the rippling dunes (pingao) of a sandspit and the dynamic, ecologically productive tidal marsh (raupo).

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SITE RESILIENCY RECONSTRUCTED TIDAL MARSH REFERENCE

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SITE RESILIENCY RECONSTRUCTED TIDAL MARSH EXAMPLE

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SITE RESTORATION PROTECTED SAND DUNE SPIT REFERENCE

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Skate Park

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Playground

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Visitor Centre

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Marine Paraade Viewing Platform

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Ocean Club

Napier War Memorial

Open Space

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Reef Garden

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Sunken Gardens

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Mini Golf

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Soundshell

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Running the length of Napier’s coast, the Marine Parade is a chain of recreational attractions that enhance a public promenade. The current siting of the existing aquarium places it near the south end of this chain, somewhat removed from the density of public experiences. By locating the new Aquarium + Ocean Centre to the North, this project reduces the gap -- creating a more cohesive Marine Parade experience.

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SITE CONTEXT DEFINING THE EDGES OF THE SITE

Marine Parade Character Zone • Residential • Travelers’ accommodation

CBD • • • •

Offices and retailing Travelers’ accommodation Industrial Residential

Main Residential Zone • • • •

Residential Day Care Travelers’ accommodation Education

Suburban Industrial Zone • Industrial • Offices and retailing

This expansion proposes to extend the National Aquarium site from the car park north of the Junior Bike track to the Spirt of Napier sculpture at the south in an effort to: •

Allow the Aquarium to build a symbiotic relationship with the Central Business District by improving access to the aquarium and allowing local business to benefit from an increase in aquarium traffic.

Leverage the existing density of program on the Marine Parade by bring the Aquarium closer to the existing recreational and civic program.

Consolidate Aquarium parking with other existing parking areas to the north.

Promote access at Sale Street via a proposed turnabout.

Connect the Aquarium with other nature reserves along the Hawke’s Bay (Ahuriri Estuary and Waitangi Park).

Create a campus that fosters future expansion of the Aquarium and the Oceans Centre of New Zealand, including the opportunity for research partners to be located on-site.

Create a learning landscape that demonstrates best practices around resilient design at an urban scale.

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SITE STRATEGIES

• Create an authentic, must-see experience unique to New Zealand

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Turnabout Added to Sale Street

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Locate New Expansion towards North / CBD

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Keep view through to the Ocean

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Locate Parking near the density of the Marine Parade

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Demolish a portion of (E) Aquarium

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Repurpose 2002 Expansion

• Connect visitors to the Ocean (through access, understanding, knowledge) • Serve as national example of stewardship through resiliency, design against climate change • Celebrate and express Māori Cultural Landscape • Create clear entry experience and procession for ceremonial welcome / pōwhiri’

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SITE + ARCHITECTURE

M AS S I N G CO N C E P T FLEXIBILITY + FORM BUILDING SECTION M AT E R I A L I T Y V I S I TO R E X P E R I E N C E S + F LOW L A N D S CA P E D E S I G N E N T RY P R O C E S S I O N

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VIEW AT PUBLIC PATH The architectural approach is a manifestation of NANZ’s institutional mission to marry scientific and indigenous knowledge. By embodying this confluence of information, the form draws inspiration from both vernacular and biomorphic influences.

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MASSING CONCEPT VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE

As national caliber aquarium, Project Shapeshifter holds a special role as a place to come together, learn, and exchange ideas. This idea is the root of the architectural form, which rather than taking the shape of a singular mass is composed as a congregation of smaller volumes. This clustering of buildings draws on the local vernacular of the ‘Kainga’ or ‘Village’, a collective of buildings.

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MASSING CONCEPT SCHOOLING + GATHERING

The individual volumes that form the overall building composition draw inspiration from New Zealand’s deep cultural connection to Māui, the shapeshifter. A Māori demigod who personifies innovation and change, Māui is often affiliated with the Whāi (stingray). ‘Huihuinga Whai’ references the idea of the gathering of rays and the term Huihuinga is used in Māori cosmology for star clusters but also used for gathering of people.

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INDIVIDUAL COMPONENT FORM + FLEXIBILITY

ROOF TE PĀKAU Ō TE WHAI / WINGS OF THE RAY

BODY TE TINANA

GROUND PAPA

The biomorphic inspiration the Whāi (stingray) informs a building block that is highly adaptable to programmatic needs of the interior, while maintaining a distinct identity. In drawing formal inspiration from this species, the building develops a dynamic and varied spatial quality. The resultant spatial language is as flexible as it is iconic.

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Embedded in its context, the building becomes part of a natural buffer between the ocean and the city. Its scale is sensitive to the built context, and its rippling form feels at home seated in a native dune scape. The composition reads clearly as a gathering. This architectural language allows for long term campus growth that reinforces a cohesive overall design.

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VIEW THROUGH TO THE BAY STREET VIEW FROM MARINE PARADE

The building’s massing allows for pedestrian and vehicular view through the site across the Marine Parade. View corridors allow people on the urban side of the street to maintian connection through to the ocean.

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MASSING CONCEPT SCHOOLING + GATHERING

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VIEW FROM OUTDOOR EXHIBIT CONNECTING WITH THE BORROWED LANDSCAPE

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DIAGRAMATIC BUILDING SECTION BUILDING STRATEGIES

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Cut + Fill of Site

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Main Exhibit Level Raised to 7.3m

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Flood Proof construction at or below grade

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Locating non critical pieces of program at or below grade

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Landscape as a retention basin

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Locating equipment above the floodplain

17.5M

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7.3M (N) EXHIBIT LEVEL 6.3M 100 YR FLOOD + SEA LEVEL RISE 5.5M (E) GRADE

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FLOOD PROOF CONSTRUCTION

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INSPIRATION FOR MATERIALITY

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MATERIAL PALETTE INSPIRED FROM LANDSCAPE

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MATERIAL PALETTE

ROOF MP-1 Flatlock Metal Panel System

WD-1 Charred Wood Cladding (Shou Sugi Ban)

ROOF TE PĀKAU Ō TE WHAI / WINGS OF THE RAY

BODY MP-2 Burnish Metal Plate Panel System

GS-1 Structural Silicone Glazed Curtain Wall System

BODY TE TINANA

GROUND CONC-1 Exposed Aggregate Concrete

WD-2 Wood Decking

GROUND PAPA

The building’s material palette is selected to celebrate the beauty of the surrounding habitat. Divided into three sections, each draws on a unique contextual relationship. The skin (the roof and soffit), uses natural materials with the durability to withstand a harsh marine setting. The body becomes immaterial, alternating between transparency and diffused reflectivity. The ground becomes part of the habitat itself, as the dunes become a seamless backdrop for open air exhibit decks. By utilizing “materials of nature”, such as ‘rākau’ (wood) and ‘pōhatu’ (stone), these materials provide depth and texture that make the building feel like it belongs to the environment.

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PROGRAM DIAGRAM EXPANSION PROJECT VISITOR 930sm

EXHIBITS enclosed:1675sm exterior: 710sm MASTER PLAN

ADMINISTRATIVE | SUPPORT | GROSS-UP 2390sm

MASTER PLAN

4D BLACK BOX

THEATER

TEMPORARY

CHANGING GALLERY ORIENTATION GALLERY

FOOD SERVICE SUPPORT

SUPPORT SPACES

VOLUNTEER RESOURCE CENTER

FOOD SERVICE

LIFE SUPPORT LSS SYSTEM EDUCATION

LOBBY

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

GIFT SHOP

OUTDOOR DINING

ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS

EXHIBITS

OUTDOOR EXHIBIT MEP +ELECTRICAL GROSS-UP PLUMBING MECHANICAL, + GROSS UP

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HALLMARK HABITATS EXPANSION PROJECT MASTER PLAN

MASTER PLAN

Estuary, Beaches Shore Birds

Estuary, Salt Marsh Invertebrates Touch

ROOF / WHAI PÄ€KAU

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Rocky Shore Penguins

Jewel Tanks

SERVICE LEVEL

Forest | Mountain Kiwis

Estuary, Sand Flats Stingray Touch Tank

MASTER PLAN Rocky Shore Crash Tank EXHIBIT LEVEL

Rocky Shore Tide Pools

Mangrove Forest

BASEMENT LEVEL

Kelp Forest Tank

Subtropical Reef Tank

Temperate Reef Tank

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VISITOR AMENITIES EXPANSION PROJECT MASTER PLAN

Temporary Gallery

Orientation Gallery

Education

Orientation Lobby Te Rau-o-Kiwa

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Administration

4D Theatre Gift Shop

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CULTURAL + ECOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE REFERENCES PATIKI PATTERN + BRAIDED RIVERS

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CEREMONIAL PROCESSION AND RECEPTION

The processional entry provides for gathering in accordance with tikanga for the purposes of powhiri. As visitors proceed down the path they will be able to assemble or pause at Te Waharoa o Kiwa, gateway of Kiwa, to denote entry to the Pacific Ocean.

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Ä€TEA-A-KIWA Courtyard

TE WAHAROA A KIWA Carved Gateway

ARA MOANA Ocean Path

Visitor (Vehicular) Education

TE RAU-O-KIWA Pacific Talking Circle

Public Path

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VIEW AT ENTRY

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E X H I B I T F LOW HALLMARK EXPERIENCES H A B I TAT S + I N T E R AC T I V E S

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A PLACE WHERE WE SHARE OUR UNIQUE PACIFIC NARRATIVE AND STORY OF MÄ€UI WITH THE WORLD

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TE RAU-O-KIWA ORIENTATION LOBBY

Te Rau-ō-Kiwa, the gathering circle of Kiwa, makes reference to Te Moana nui-a-Kiwa, the great Ocean of Kiwa, divine ocean guardian and high priest.

TE RAU Ō KIWA (Pacific Circle) Be welcomed into our Pacific Talking Circle.

The New Zealand Oceans Centre is about positioning us within Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa, the worlds largest Ocean containing 50% of the worlds ocean water and covering over 30% of the surface of the planet. Te Rau-ō-Kiwa creates a ‘talking circle’, a place where indigenous voices of the Pacific Rim convene, each represented by a pou of their making, which will come to life when they are ‘in residence’ during forums, displays or programmes. In this place Māori feature as a collective, as one of many indigenous Pacific Rim peoples represented, with Ngāti Kahungunu as the kaitiaki of this place as mana whenua. This place can be closed and used for ceremonial welcome, functioning as a talking circle, and when not in use is open to the public who can listen to indigenous voices of the Pacific Rim sharing their views and knowledge of the Pacific Ocean.

ALASKA / CANADA JAPAN

USA / HAWAII

CHINA / TAIWAN

INDONESIA

MEXICO

TE MOANANUI-Ā-KIWA (Pacific Ocean)

PERU

CHILE / RAPA NUI

AUSTRALIA

FRENCH POLYNESIA

NOUMEA / POLYNESIA AOTEAROA / NZ

Digital screens will provide a view into the oceans of each location.

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TE RAU-O-KIWA ORIENTATION LOBBY

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VISITOR EXPERIENCE CONCEPT

MOANA TUATAHI / PUTTING THE OCEAN FIRST Let us take you around New Zealand’s Oceans Centre – a place that puts ocean care first. Begin your adventure by being welcomed into Te Rau-ō-Kiwa, our Pacific speaking circle. You will hear indigenous voices of the Pacific Rim talk about this ocean we know as Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa, the great ocean of Kiwa. This is a place of welcome, of gathering and sharing knowledge, a place for convening Pacific voices. This is where speakers gather to share their views and knowledge. Then, tentatively entering the darkness of the domain of Tangaroa, god of the ocean, you will be immersed in the sights and sounds of enormous marine mammals swimming overhead as you journey towards the coast of Te Ika-a-Māui, the great fish of Māui, our North island. Along your journey you will encounter graceful Turtles, our connection and link across the Pacific, and be awed by the silent stealth of our Sharks and Rays, before arriving at the domain of Hinemoana, ocean goddess. Truly mesmerized by her swaying hair in our giant kelp forest, you will be anchored in place watching the diverse array of wildlife in front of you, schooling, swimming, hiding and exploring. Emerging through our exhilarating wave crash pool, you will encounter fascinating rock pool life before strolling across to our Penguin encounter to be entertained by our cute little waddling characters of the coast. Are you brave enough to pop up in the middle of their enclosure?

Let little bluey, our penguin guide, show you around the rest of our tidal pools and on to our Ray touch pool, to see and touch Rays as they gracefully glide past. Discover the story of Māui, fishing up the largest Ray, the North island of New Zealand. You will discover our taonga species, species of incredibly important cultural value that have sustained people for generations, Pātiki / Flounder, Tuna / Eel, Wai Koura / Freshwater Crayfish, and Inanga / the juvenile Galaxids we know as whitebait. Then lie back and rest your legs in our immersive theatre experience that brings to life Māori knowledge of astronomy, Maramataka – the lunar calendar, and how these relate to seasons and the migration of species. This knowledge helped Polynesians navigate the vast Pacific, governing seasonal practices and celebration, in tune with the environment. In every step of your journey you will gain conservation insights from both scientific and indigenous knowledge systems and understand better the contribution you can make, link with conservation action and become part of the solution. Finally, take some time out for retail therapy, buy some unique mementos of your journey, and enjoy a coffee, wine or meal.

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INTERPRETIVE LENS

KI TE AO MARAMA

Let us take you on a journey of enlightenment. In the Māori creation story, first there was a void, te kore, then a long period of darkness, te pō, within which energy stirred until te whaiao, the moment of separation of Ranginui and Papatūānuku, sky father and earth mother, allowing the space in between to be filled with light, te ao marama. The tears of Rangi’s grief at being separated, te ihorangi, introduced water into the world. This is not only a creation story, that some compare to ‘big bang’ theory, it is also creative, thought and birth process. From nothingness anything is possible, into darkness where molecular energy and our subconscious stirs, where conception occurs, and then the moment of cognition, ignition or birth, where ideas are born, emerging into the conscious and physical expression in the world of light, the physical world, the world of knowledge, wisdom and enlightenment, maramatanga. It is also a journey from a deep sensory space of ‘feeling’ to a physical space of doing. So, our journey starts in a dark sensory space and progressively takes you into light and more physical and tactile environments, and finally a space of learning.

TANGAROA Start in the deep dark ocean, the domain of Tangaroa, god of the ocean.

TE PŌ

TE WHAIAO

TE KORE

RANGI Look to Rangi, the sky, in our immersive theatre experience that shares Māori astronomy, lunar calendar and environment knowledge.

HINEMOANA Progress towards the coast in the underwater domain of Hinemoana, ocean goddess.

TE AO MARAMA

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HINEMOANA Emerge into the outdoor domain of light above the surface to encounter rock and tidal pools.

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EXHIBIT FLOW CULTURAL CONNECTIONS

TE RAU Ō KIWA (Pacific Circle) Be welcomed into our Pacific Talking Circle.

HINEMOANA (Ocean goddess) Sway with our giant Kelp Forest

TOHORĀ (Whales) Enter the domain of Tangaroa, god of the sea as whales sing their song of welcome.

HONU (Turtle) The great Pacific explorer & connector.

MANGŌ (Shark) Kia tūpato. Be alert as you are surrounded by sharks.

KORORĀ (Little Blue Penguin) Feeling a Little Blue? Our penguin and tidal pools will cheer you up.

WHAI (Ray) Get in touch with Te ika-a-Māui, the great fish of Māui.

MARAMATAKA (Lunar Calendar) Be guided by the Moon, stars and species. 4D Theatre Experience

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COASTLINE HABITATS EXPANSION PROJECT

Conservation Taonga species

Deep Ocean

Reef

Rocky Shores

Estuaries

Mangroves

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EXHIBIT FLOW EXPANSION PROJECT

COASTLINE EXHIBIT ...CIRCULATE ON L1 FOR THE COASTLINE STORY

MANGROVES

ESTUARIES

MASTER PLAN

ROCKY SHORES

MASTER PLAN SHORE BIRDS

MANGROVES

GIFT SHOP

MASTER PLAN

LOBBY

MARAMATANGA

BRACKISH WATER TOUCH

STINGRAY TOUCH

JEWEL TANKS

TIDEPOOLS

PENGUINS

CRASH TANK

SERVICE LEVEL

LEVEL 1

TANGAROA

LEVEL 0 SUBTROPICAL TANK

JEWEL TANKS

JELLY TANKS

TEMPERATE TANK

JEWEL TANKS

KELP TANK

REEFS

NEAR COAST EXHIBIT ENTER AT L1 CIRCULATE DOWN TO L0 THEN...

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HALLMARK HABITATS EXPANSION PROJECT MASTER PLAN

MASTER PLAN

Estuary, Beaches Shore Birds

Estuary, Salt Marsh Invertebrates Touch

ROOF / WHAI PÄ€KAU

MASTER PLAN

Rocky Shore Penguins

Jewel Tanks

SERVICE LEVEL

Forest | Mountain Kiwis

Estuary, Sand Flats Stingray Touch Tank

MASTER PLAN Rocky Shore Crash Tank EXHIBIT LEVEL

Rocky Shore Tide Pools

Mangrove Forest

BASEMENT LEVEL

Kelp Forest Tank

Subtropical Reef Tank

Temperate Reef Tank

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TOHORĀ / (WHALES) ENTER THE DOMAIN OF TANGAROA, GOD OF THE SEA AS WHALES SING THEIR SONG OF WELCOME

TOHORĀ (Whales) Enter the domain of Tangaroa, god of the sea as whales sing their song of welcome.

DEEP SEA: THE REALM OF THE TANGAROA Orientation Gallery/Lobby: Enter the deep, dark and mysterious Deep Ocean. Ocean health is critical to all of humankind. Room depicts whales, schools of large pelagic tuna, sharks, jellies, sea turtles and stingrays presented as video projections and as sculptures in the round. Teaser views of sea turtles in the Subtropical Habitat foreshadow the upcoming immersive animal experience.

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REEF HABITATS

Taonga species Conservation

Sharks (Mako)

Stingrays (WhÄ i)

Turtles (Honu)

Animal Habitat Natural Resources Carbon Dioxide Sequestration

Subtropical Reefs

Kelp Forest

Turtles (Honu)

Schooling Fish

Kelp (Rimurimu and Rimurapa)

Sea Snakes

Corals

Red Seaweed (Rimurimu and Rimurapa)

Temperate Reef

Sharks (Mako)

Seahorse

Arripis trutta (Kahawai)

Jellyfish (Petipeti)

Egg Yolk Jellyfish

Moon Jellyfish

Invertebrates

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HONU / (TURTLE) THE GREAT PACIFIC EXPLORER & CONNECTOR

SUBTROPICAL REEF HABITAT Turtles and colorful reef fishes inhabit this important reef ecosystem. Increasing ocean temperatures threaten this vital coastal habitat and the livelihood of many New Zealanders that depend on these important fishing grounds.

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SUBTROPICAL REEF REFERENCE HABITATS

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Subtropical Reefs

2 1

Bay of Island

2

The Poor Knights

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Coromandel Peninsula

4

Astrolabe Reef

3 4

Te Moana Tāpokapoka a Tāwhaki

Te Moana nui-a-Kiwa

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SUBTROPICAL REEF HABITAT A spiral ramped pathway circulates the 12.5M diameter subtropical reef habitat

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SUBTROPICAL REEF HABITAT

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SUBTROPICAL REEF HABITAT SPECIES MIX

Stingrays

Turtles

Fish

Hawksbill turtle

Red Pigfish, Wrasse, Maomao, Triplefin, Leather Jacket, Porcupinefish, Angelfish, Silver drummer

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Pink Maomao

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SUBTROPICAL REEF SUPPORTING EXHIBITS

Invertebrates Soft Coral, Sponges, Anemones, Cowrie

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SUBTROPICAL REEF INTERACTIVES

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MANGŌ / (SHARK) KIA TŪPATO. BE ALERT AS YOU ARE SURROUNDED BY SHARKS

TEMPERATE REEF HABITAT Temperate reefs are hard-bottom marine ecosystems found in cool waters between the tropics and the poles. Many species of sharks and rays are unique to these reefs that surround New Zealand. Of immediate concern, though, are urbanism, fishing, invasive species and climate change of which all are threatening the fundamental functioning and ecological integrity of temperate reefs.

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Temperate Reefs

TEMPERATE REEF REFERENCE HABITATS

Te Moana Tāpokapoka a Tāwhaki

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Waikoropupū (Freshwater)

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Kaikoura

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Te Wahi Pounamu • Fiordland

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Rakiura • Stewart Island

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Te Matau-a-Māui •Hawke’s Bay

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5

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Te Moana nui-a-Kiwa

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TEMPERATE REEF HABITAT Large acrylic viewing windows showcase the mysterious and dramatic sea life and landscape of this deep ocean ecosystem

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TEMPERATE REEF HABITAT

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TEMPERATE REEF HABITAT

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TEMPERATE REEF HABITAT SPECIES MIX

Trevally Sharks (Mako)

Stingrays (Whāi)

Fish

Rig Sharks, Spiny Dogfish, King Fish Carpet Sharks

Eagle Ray, Long Tailed Stingray, Short-Tailed Stingray

Tarahiki, Kahawai,Snapper, Gurnard, Trevally

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TEMPERATE REEF SUPPORTING EXHIBITS

Seahorses

Invertebrates

Sea Jellies (Petipeti) Lion’s Mane Jelly, Moon Jelly

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HINEMOANA / (OCEAN GODDESS) SWAY WITH OUR GIANT KELP FOREST

KELP FOREST The largest and most dominant forest seaweed is giant kelp, which forms towering pillars from the ocean floor to the surface. Kelp is home to juvenile marine life of many types. Adult pÄ ua feed on the kelp species that grow in their home range. The crabs hang on to the kelp like branches of trees, living their lives suspended in the water column. The forests are hunting grounds for New Zealand sea lions that are attracted by the plentiful fish and crabs. Kelp forests help support fishing industries by providing a nursery for pÄ ua, fish and crayfish. They are also a key food source for sea urchins. Kelp forests protect the land by slowing or dampening storm surges and reducing coastal erosion. They also capture and store nutrients thereby improving water quality. Kelp forests are suffering from the multiple stressors of sediment, climate change and changes to ecosystems from fishing. The good news is that they can regenerate! AQUARIUM AND OCEAN CENTRE OF NEW ZEALAND | EXPANSION PROJECT AND MASTER PLAN

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Te Moana-a-Rehua

KELP FOREST REFERENCE HABITATS

Te Tai o Whitirea

Te Hokianga-nui-a-Kupe Hauraki Moana

Whāingaroa

Tauranga Moana

Te Moana Tāpokapoka a Tāwhaki

Te Tairāwhiti Te Whaanga a Ruawharo Te Matau-ā-Māui

Ngā Tai a Kupe

Wairarapa Moana Te Moana o Raukawa

Te Tai Poutini

Marokura

Mahaanui

Te Moana nui-a-Kiwa Āraiteuru Te Ara a Kiwa

South-East Marine Protection Planning Forum Area (extends 12 nautical miles off shore)

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KELP FOREST Large two level acrylic viewing windows separate two species of giant kelp

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KELP FOREST HABITAT SPECIES MIX

Kelp

Fish

Bull Kelp, Bladder Kelp

Giant Boarfish, Red Moki, Tarakihi, Trumpeter, Marblefish, Goatfish, Jack Mackerel, Red Gurnard, Koheru, Spiny Dogfish, Todstood Grouper

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ROCKY SHORE + ESTUARY HABITATS

Hallmark Exhibit

Little Blue Penguin (Kororā)

Rocky Shore

Albatross (Toroa)

Petrel (Takahikare)

Yellow-eyed Penguin (Hoiho)

Fur Seal (Kekeno)

Taonga species

Godwit (Kuaka)

Stingray (Whāi)

Conservation

Breeding

Muttonbird (Tītī)

Water Quality

Estuary, Salt Marsh: Invertebrates

Estuary, Beaches: Shorebirds

Sharks (Mako)

Flounder (Pātiki)

Oystercatcher (Tōrea)

Tuatara

Snapper (Tāmure moana)

Whitebait (Kokopu, Inanga, Koaro)

Gannet (Tākapu)

Heron (Matuku moana)

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ROCKY SHORE + ESTUARY HABITATS REFERENCE HABITATS

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Estuaries 1

Parengarenga Harbour

2 3 2

Kaipara Harbour

3

Tikapa Moana-o-Hauraki • Firth of Thames

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4

Unique Estuaries

5

4

9

Whakaari • White Island

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Waitutu Forest

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Piopiotahi • Milford Sound

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Te Oneroa • Mason Bay

Ahuriri Lagoon

Southern Rocky Shores

6 5

Waikaawa • Curio Bay

Te Kauae-a-Māui • Cape Kidnappers

7

8 10 6

8

Catlins

Otākou • Otago Harbour

7

12

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ROCKY SHORE: WAVE CRASH TANK The rocky shore is one of the best-studied marine ecosystems, and scientists who study the complex marine communities that live in this system made many of the earliest discoveries about marine ecology. Early on, some of these researchers discovered vertical zonation in rocky shore communities. Species closer to the high tide mark are often the best at being exposed to air and sunlight without drying out but are some of the worst at avoiding predation by marine predators. Species closer to (and below) the low tide mark are some of the best at avoiding predation but the worst at surviving long periods out of the water. The main environmental threat to rocky shore is pollution coming from many forms, in particular pollution related to oil spills. Rubbish such as plastics and metals being left behind by people in touristic areas also put sea lives in danger. AQUARIUM AND OCEAN CENTRE OF NEW ZEALAND | EXPANSION PROJECT AND MASTER PLAN

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ROCKY SHORE: WAVE CRASH TANK A unique experience allowing visitors to hear, smell, and feel the water crashing on a rocky shore

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ROCKY SHORE: WAVE CRASH TANK

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ROCKY SHORE: TIDE POOLS There are a number of advantages to living in a tide pool ecosystem. Algae and other intertidal plants grow in the abundant sunlight and support an entire food chain of animals. Constant wave action supplies the tide pool with nutrients and oxygen. A varied substrate provides hiding places and surfaces to cling to. The rocky shore is also at risk from human-made problems like climate change, pollution and loss of habitat.

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ROCKY SHORE: TIDE POOLS Crouch down or lean over to touch incredible tide pool critters in the context of the nearby ocean

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ROCKY SHORE: TIDE POOLS

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KORORĀ/ (LITTLE BLUE PENGUIN) FEELING A LITTLE BLUE? OUR PENGUIN AND TIDAL POOLS WILL CHEER YOU UP.

ROCKY SHORE: PENGUINS As their name suggests, the little penguin is the smallest species of penguin. They are also the most common penguin found around all coasts of New Zealand’s mainland and many of the surrounding islands. Primarily nocturnal on land, they are sometimes found close to human settlements and often nest under and around coastal buildings, keeping the owners awake at night with their noisy vocal displays. They live up to their scientific name ‘Eudyptula’ meaning “good little diver”, as they are excellent pursuit hunters in shallow waters. Introduced animals like rats, dogs, and cats can be a problem for both chicks and adults. Major threats include forgotten fishing nets and other marine pollution that cause choking in these small penguins.

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ROCKY SHORE: PENGUINS Generous viewing, including a crawl to bubble window, of fast swimming Little Blue Penguins

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ROCKY SHORE: PENGUINS

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ROCKY SHORE INTERACTIVES: GANNET (TAKAPU) COLONY

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WHĀI / (RAY) GET IN TOUCH WITH TE IKA-A-MĀUI, THE GREAT FISH OF MĀUI.

ESTUARY HABITAT (SAND FLATS) STINGRAY INTERACTIVE TOUCH

ESTUARY HABITATS (SAND FLATS): STINGRAY INTERACTIVE TOUCH Beaches serve as buffer zones or shock absorbers that protect the coastline, sea cliffs or dunes from direct wave attack. It is an extremely dynamic environment where sand, water and air are always in motion. Beaches, at risk of inundation by sea level rise or erosion are unable to provide protection for communities along coastlines and important habitat for sea animals, birds, and other species. Sand Flats are home to many Stingrays that are feared because of the serrated, poisonous spines at the base of their tails, which they thrust into anything that tries to catch them. The barbs are trimmed or removed for Stingrays in this touch tank experience. During some summers, short-tailed and long-tailed stingrays congregate in large numbers around the underwater arches and pinnacles of the Poor Knights Islands off Northland’s east coast. Scores of stingrays, with wingspans up to two meters, “fly” like a squadron of bombers throughout the water column, —it is a dramatic sight, and one of the few places in the world where this behavior can be witnessed. AQUARIUM AND OCEAN CENTRE OF NEW ZEALAND | EXPANSION PROJECT AND MASTER PLAN

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ESTUARY HABITATS (SAND FLATS): STINGRAY INTERACTIVE TOUCH Accessible and interactive Stingray touch experience with expansive views of the nearby ocean.

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ESTUARY HABITATS (SAND FLATS): STINGRAY INTERACTIVE TOUCH

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ESTUARY HABITAT (SAND FLATS) STINGRAY INTERACTIVE TOUCH SPECIES MIX

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MASTER PLAN EXHIBITS AQUARIUM AND OCEAN CENTRE OF NEW ZEALAND | EXPANSION PROJECT AND MASTER PLAN

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ESTUARY HABITAT (BEACHES) SHOREBIRDS

MASTER PLAN

Shorebirds Exhibit will be populated by birds needing rehabiliitation

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ESTUARY HABITAT SUPPORTING MEDIA EXPERIENCE - PINNIPED STORY

MASTER PLAN

Pinnipeds Fur Seals, New Zealand Sea Lion, Southern Elephant Seal, Leopard Seal

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ESTUARY HABITAT INTERACTIVE - KUAKA / BAR-TAILED GODWIT MIGRATION

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MASTER PLAN

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ESTUARY HABITAT (SALT MARSH) BRACKISH WATER INVERTEBRATES TOUCH TANK

MASTER PLAN

Brackish and Diadromos Fish Whitebait (Kokopu), Mullet (Kanae), Flounder ((Pātiki), Crayfish (Koura), Eels (Tuna), Lamprey (Kanakana)

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MANGROVES HABITATS

MASTER PLAN

Taonga species

Migratory Eels (Tuna)

Canopy

Conservation

Ground Stabilization

Kingfisher (Kotare)

Roots

Hallmark Exhibit

Purple Swamphen (Pukeko)

Admiral Butterfly (Paruparu)

Yellow-eye Mullet (Kātaha)

Black Flounder (Pātiki)

Pathways: Above and Below

White-faced Heron (Matuku moana)

Air-borne Moss

Luderick (Parore)

Crabs (Kāunga)

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MASTER PLAN

MANGROVE FOREST HABITAT New Zealand is home to the world’s smallest species of Mangrove. Recent studies have shown that the temperate mangrove forests of northern New Zealand support high abundances of small fishes with most of the small fish assemblage dominated by juveniles of the ubiquitous yellow-eyed mullet as well as juvenile grey mullet in the west coast estuaries. Nineteen fish species are ‘confirmed’ to be associated with mangroves.

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MANGROVE FOREST REFERENCE HABITATS

MASTER PLAN 2 6

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3

Whangarei Harbour

5

1 7 4 Auckland

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Rangaunu Harbour

Te Moana Tāpokapoka a Tāwhaki 3

Hokianga Harbour

4

Kaipara Harbour

5

Herekino Herbour

Napier

Wellington

Christchurch

6

Pewhairangi • Bay of Islands South Island

Te Moana nui-a-Kiwa 7

MangaWhāi

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MASTER PLAN

MANGROVE FOREST HABITAT A unique sunlit and living New Zealand Mangrove habitat with views from inside and outside of the building.

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MANGROVE FOREST HABITAT SPECIES MIX

MASTER PLAN

Brackish Species Grey Mullet (Kanae), Yellow Eye Mullet ((Kātaha), Black Flounder (Pātiki), Crab (Kāunga)

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MANGROVE FOREST HABITAT SUPPORTING MEDIA EXPERIENCE - CANOPY

MASTER PLAN

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MANGROVE FOREST HABITAT INTERACTIVE - PATHWAYS

MASTER PLAN

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4D IMMERSIVE EXPIERIENCE MARAMATAKA MARAMATANGA

MARAMATAKA / (LUNAR CALENDAR) LIE BACK IN OUR DOME THEATRE AND BE GUIDED BY THE MOON, STARS AND SPECIES. MASTER PLAN

MARAMATAKA (Lunar Calendar) Lie back in our dome theatre and be guided by the Moon, stars and species. Immersive Theatre Experience.

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DEEP OCEAN HABITATS LONG TERM VISION

Conservation

deep ocean exploration as the next frontier

Beyond

MASTER PLAN

Mysteries and Discoveries

Deep sea life

Giant squid (Wheua nui)

Jellyfish (Petipeti)

Bathymetry

Pacific Rim

Exploration

Deep Sea

Navigation

Zealandia

Migration

Whales (Tohorā)

Dolphins (Mātao)

Sharks (Mako)

Pacific-Rim

Reef

Deep Ocean

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DEEP OCEAN REFERENCE HABITATS

MASTER PLAN 1

Deep Sea Trenches 1

Volcanos/Vents

Tonga

5

Havre Volcano

6

Monowai Volcano

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2

Kermadec 5 2

3

Hikurangi

4

Puysegur

Unique Deep Ocean Environments 7

Kaikoura

8

Fiordland basins

3 7 8

4

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DEEP OCEAN LIVE EXHIBITS + INTERACTIVES

Deep Sea Fish Anglerfish, Phantom Anglerfish, Hagfish, Dragonfish, Barrele

MASTER PLAN

Deep Sea Jellies

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DEEP OCEAN IMMERSIVE ENVIRONMENT - JELLIES

MASTER PLAN

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DEEP OCEAN MEDIA EXPERIENCE - MAKING THE INVISIBLE VISIBLE

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DEEP OCEAN INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES - EXPLORATION

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ZEALANDIA MEDIA EXPERIENCE

MASTER PLAN

Bringing Te Riu-A-Maui To Life Sharing stories and insights into “Te Riu-a-Māui Zelandia” the 8th continent

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PACIFIC RIM MEDIA EXPERIENCE - MIGRATION

MASTER PLAN

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PACIFIC RIM INTERACTIVE - MIGRATION

MASTER PLAN

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PACIFIC RIM TEMPORARY EXHIBITS - IWI IN RESIDENCE

MASTER PLAN

Connecting Across the Pacific

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BEYOND MEDIA EXPERIENCE

MASTER PLAN

Linking with Local Technology To bring our environment and connections to life

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FOREST HABITATS LONG TERM VISION

MASTER PLAN

Canopy

Conservation

Forest Floor

Understory Erosion and Waterway Forest fragmenation Manangement

River’s Edge Habitat

Gecko (pāpā)

Hochstetter’s Frog (pepeketua)

Biosecurity

Forest at Night

Tuatara

Kiwi

Bats (Pekapeka)

Morepork Owl (Koukou)

Kakapo

Whitebait (Kokopu, Koaro, Inanga)

Powelliphanta

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Kakapo

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FOREST REFERENCE HABITATS

Lakes and Caves 4

Lake Taupo

5

Waitomo Caves

6

Rawhiti Cave

7

Te Waikoropupu Springs

MASTER PLAN

Alpine and High Altitudes 1

Te What Pounamu • Fjordland

8

2

Auckland

Tongariro

5

Te Moana Tāpokapoka a Tāwhaki

3

9 4

3

Taranaki

10

2

Napier

Rain and Lowlands Forest 7 6

Wellington

8

Waipoua (Kauri Forest)

9

Rotorua (Redwood Forest)

10

Whanganui

11

Paparoa (Cloud Forest)

11

Christchurch

1

South Island

Te Moana nui-a-Kiwa

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MASTER PLAN

FOREST AT NIGHT

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FOREST AT NIGHT HABITAT SPECIES MIX

MASTER PLAN

Nocturnal Species Kiwi, Nocturnal Tours, Bats (the only terrestrial mammals in New Zealand)

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FOREST AT NIGHT INTERACTIVE - SOUND EXPERIENCE

MASTER PLAN

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FOREST AT NIGHT INTERACTIVE - CANOPY AT NIGHT

MASTER PLAN

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MASTER PLAN

RIVERS EDGE

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RIVERS EDGE HABITAT SPECIES MIX

Aquatic Species Kokopu, Brown mud fish, Inanga, Mussles (Kakahi), Crayfish (Koura), Underwater vegetation

MASTER PLAN

Terrestrial Species Geckos , Hamilton, Archey Frog, Hochstetter’s Frog, Powelliphanta, Paranephrops

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11 9


MASTER PLAN

LAKES AND CAVES

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LAKES AND CAVES

MASTER PLAN

Beyond Ecosystems Geo-thermal Activity, Geologic Formations, Water Quality, Cultural Interface

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Ocean to

Ki uta ki Tai

Mountains

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4

S U P P L E M E N TA L M AT E R I A L

M AS T E R P L A N TA N K S C H E D U L E D E TA I L E D P R O G R A M SPECIES PROCUREMENT PROCESS

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COMPARISON EXPANSION PROJECT | MASTER PLAN

N

EXPANSION PROJECT As is typical with similar aquarium projects, the National Aquarium and Ocean Centre program proposes an initial phase “Expansion Project” that features concise and focused marine environment habitats, animals and associated learning opportunities that are relevant to the targeted audience. In particular, the first phase focuses on the coastline habitats because as an island nation, the national landscape is dominated by coastline and the ecosystems represented here are so varied and unique to New Zealand.

Education, Administration

Marine Research Centre + Parking (Not in Scope)

Reconstructed Tidal Marsh

Forest / Mountain, Temporary Gallery

Loading

4D Theatre

Primary NANZ Expansion

Reconstructed Sand Spit

Marsh Boardwalk / Ara Moana

Group Loading, Bus Parking

Deep Sea Exhibit,

Parking

Public Path

Ocean Centre Collaboration and Conference Facility, Education, Administration

MASTER PLAN Also provided is a future “Master Plan” package that would build upon the themes developed in the Expansion Project to include environments and species that compliment the original project. This approach would create an exciting and immersive exhibit experience focused on New Zealand’s marine environments for the opening at an achievable cost, while allowing for future additions that could offer a comprehensive learning opportunity of New Zealand’s major aquatic habitats from the Ocean to the Mountains.

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MASTER PLAN

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N

SITE PLAN MASTER PLAN

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EXHIBIT FLOW REPRESENTED HABITATS IN MASTER PLAN

COASTLINE EXHIBIT ...CIRCULATE ON L1 FOR THE COASTLINE STORY

MANGROVES

ESTUARIES

ROCKY SHORES

SHORE BIRDS

MANGROVES

BRACKISH WATER TOUCH

GIFT SHOP

JEWEL TANKS

STINGRAY TOUCH

TIDEPOOLS

PENGUINS

CRASH TANK

SERVICE LEVEL

MARAMATANGA

LOBBY

LEVEL 1

TANGAROA

LEVEL 0 SUBTROPICAL TANK

JEWEL TANKS

JELLY TANKS

TEMPERATE TANK

JEWEL TANKS

KELP TANK

REEFS

NEAR COAST EXHIBIT ENTER AT L1 CIRCULATE DOWN TO L0 THEN...

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VISITOR EXPERIENCE MASTER PLAN EDUCATION BUILDING

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

ROOF

12B

Education

17

11B 12B

Administration

10B

SERVICE LEVEL 10A

13

6

9 7

11

8 11B

3

5

2

12 15

14

Temporary Gallery

17 16

1

2B 18 Oceans Centre Conference

EXHIBIT LEVEL

6

17

18

3

5

4

Kiwis 10B

BASEMENT LEVEL

FOREST / MOUNTAINS ESTUARIES 10A

4D Theatre

11

Restaurant / Cafe

12

Salt Marsh: Invertebrates Touch

13 Jewel Tanks

MANGROVES 14

Beaches: Shore Birds

15

Sand Flats: Stingray Touch Tank

16 Mangrove Forest

17 Gift Shop

1

9 Penguins

8

Tide Pools

ROCKY SHORES

7 Crash Tank

6 Kelp Forest Tank

5

Temperate Reef Tank

4

Jellies / Jewel Tanks

3

Subtropical Reef Tank

2

Orientation Gallery

Orientation Lobby

2B

DEEP OCEAN

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HALLMARK HABITATS MASTER PLAN

Estuary, Beaches Shore Birds

Jewel Tanks

Estuary, Salt Marsh Invertebrates Touch Tank

ROOF Estuary, Sand Flats Stingray Touch Tank

Rocky Shore Penguins

SERVICE LEVEL

Forest | Mountain Kiwis Deep Sea

Rocky Shore Crash Tank EXHIBIT LEVEL

Rocky Shore Tide Pools Mangrove Forest

BASEMENT LEVEL

Kelp Forest Tank

Subtropical Reef Tank

Temperate Reef Tank

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VISITOR AMENITIES MASTER PLAN

Orientation Gallery Temporary Gallery ROOF

SERVICE LEVEL

Orientation Lobby Te Rau-o-Kiwa

Education

EXHIBIT LEVEL

Gift Shop 4D Theatre

BASEMENT LEVEL

Restaurant / Cafe

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TANK SCHEDULE

4-Oct National Aquarium of New Zealand - TANK SCHEDULE 3 TANKS PER HABITAT

PRELIMINARY SPECIES Total Liters

3.1 COASTLINE 3.1.1 Reef Shark (Temperate reef )

Width

Length

Depth

Acrylic Panel 1 (Big Viewing)

Acrylic Panel 2

Acrylic Panel 3

12

25

7.4

14w x 3.8h / r3

14w x 3.8h

4.5w x 4.5h / r2.25 (bubble)

75,000 2,000 703,000

10 1.1 11 Ă˜

2.5 1.1 na

3 1.5 7.4

11w x 6.5 / r3.7

735,000

4.5

11

7.4

(2) @ 7w x 6.5h

Acrylic Panel 4

Acrylic Panel 5

Notes

Life Support System

PHASE 1

Shark holding (medical) Seahorse Schooling/Sea Turtle (Subtropical reef) Sea snakes Kelp forest

Large Rays, rig sharks, bronze whaler, school sharks, spiny dogfish, slender roughy, golden snapper john dory sea perch, king fish carpet sharks, blue cod, silver drummer, butterfly perch pot belly seahorse long snout pipefish, bigeye red pigfish,scarlet wrasse, green turtle,triplefin,leather jacket,sharpnose pufferfish,Porcupinefish, Sandagers wrasse Banded Sea Krait, Yellow bellied sea snake

Marine holding/quarantine

boarfish, two spot damoiselle,,angelfish, kelpfish,red moki, porae, tarakihi,trumpeter, marblefish lord Howe coralfish, blue maomao, goatfish, jack mckerel, Koheru, toadstool grouper, red gurnard, yellow moray eel, spotted dogfish tbd

Jelly jewel tanks

Moon Jellies, Egg Yolk Jellies

3.1.2 Mangrove

yellow eyed mullet, flounder, snapper, kokopu, bully, sole, greenback Flounder, grey mullet

Holding 3.1.3 Estuary/Rocky Shores Penguins

tbd Little blues and Yellow-eyed

2,220,000

45,500

5

7

1.3

( 2 ) @ 4.8w x 3.1h

( 2 ) @ 6.8w x 3.05h

120,000

8.5

14

3.4

(2) @ 5.61w x 1.47H / r7.43

5.48w x 1.47h / r10

45 minute simple turnover (1350 l/m) with 735 l/m sand filtration + 500 l/m parallel flow through foam fractionators (+ozone). Both feed to deaeration tower. Heat exchanger for heating/cooling temperature control. 5 l/s make-up seawater. Possible this could be recirculation loop off subtropical system

4.29w x 1.50h

tbd

15,000

Shore bird holding Sting Ray touch tank

long tailed stingray, eagle ray, goatfish

60,000

8.5

14.5

1

8.5w x .45h

14.5w x .45h

8.5w x 1h

4,000 50,000

8 8.9

0.6 9

0.6 1.4

8.73w x 1.4h / r4.45

3.97w x 4.97h / r2.5

( 2 ) @ 4.46w x 1.4h

7,500

5

6,600

4.5

30,000

10

2

1.5

1

1

1

Brackish water jewel tanks Eels Brackish water holding 3.4 CHANGING EXHIBIT GALLERY Kiwi (Nocturnal- Forest + Mountain) Tautara (Nocturnal- Coastal) 3.2 DEEP OCEAN Jelly Jewel tanks jewel tanks

butterfish, Indo Pacific Seargent, Crimson Cleanerfish, Banded Wrasse,blue moki,sweep, pink maomao, scorpionfish

2.5w x 1.50h

(2) 1.43w x .88h / exterior r0.74 (BUBBLE) exterior

14.5w x 1h

exterior exterior

60 minute simple turnover (1850 l/m) with 735 l/m sand filtration + 500 l/m from skimmers through foam fractionators . Both feed to deaeration tower. Heat exchanger for heating/cooling temperature control. 2 l/s makeup seawater. UV sterilization (could be freshwater system, but seawater probably preferred) Flow through using make-up seawter at 8 l/s and/or small 500 l/m recirculation filter system with UV sterilization

40 minute simple turnover (1875 l/m) with 1200 l/m sand filtration + 675 l/m parallel flow through foam fractionators (+ozone). Both feed to deaeration tower. Heat exchanger for heating/cooling temperature control. 1 l/s make-up seawater. UV sterilization. (May be possible to do this fed from temperate reef system)

exterior Recirculation feed from temperate reef system + UV sterilization exterior. Tsunamis and sea level 1200 l/m wave crash pump + Recirculation feed from temperate reef system rise interpretives

shortfin and longfin Initial Budget Capacity Phase

MASTER PLAN (long term vision) Pelagia, Lion's Mane, Ctenophores, etc Hagfish, invertebrates

3.3B FOREST + MOUNTAIN Noctunal exhibit Reptile house Freshwater stream/river exhibit

90 minute simple turnover (13850 l/m) with 8000 l/m sand filtration + 5850 l/m parallel flow through foam fractionators (+ozone). Both feed to deaeration tower. Heat exchanger for heating/cooling temperature control. 10 l/s make-up seawater. (turnover includes shark medical tank volume) (Temperate Jewel tanks fead from this system) Fed from Temperate Reef system @1250 l/m. Small local system with make up seawater part of Subtropical reef tank 60 minute simple turnover (5850 l/m) with 3500 l/m sand filtration + 2850 l/m parallel flow through foam fractionators (+ozone). Both feed to deaeration tower. Heat exchanger for heating/cooling temperature control. 5 l/s make-up seawater. (Subtropical jewel tanks fed from this system) Could be walled off section of Recirculation feed from Tropical reef system - could be walled off section of temperate reef tank so snakes have tropicakl reef tank room to dive walk through tunnel ~40% 70 minute simple turnover (10000 l/m) with 6000 l/m sand filtration + 4000 l/m parallel flow through foam Verify all species are kelp forest. fractionators (+ozone). Both feed to deaeration tower. Heat exchanger for cooling only temperature control. 8 l/s make-up seawater. (Kelp Forest Jewel tanks fed from this system) Multiple small systems with make-up seawater recirculation feeds from temperate & subtropical systems for flexibility Separate recirculation pumps and filters on each tank, with small common recirculated water system with heat exchanger for chilling, particulate filtration and UV sterilization, Similar to small version of PDZA system

Shore birds (rescue/ rehab program)

Invertebrates touch tank (tidal touch) Rocky Coast Crash Tank

sand tigers not reported Rachel says no Bronze Whalers, but does not leave any large sharks

5-7 tanks 5-6 tanks of various tank sizes 200-2000 liters

Part of Jelly System above 2-3 Separate chilled seawater water systems groupedby temperature requriements. Some tanks may require low 02, sealed systems

MASTER PLAN (long term vision) kiwi, tautara bully short fin eels (invasive trout) kokopu koaro inanga

Freshwater holding Amphibian Tanks

Endemic frogs- Archey, Hamilton, Hochstetter

3w x 2h

3w x 1.5h

(2).75 h x 2 w)

Possible multiple separate systems for different areas that only look connected. 1000 lpm net circulation through sand filters,+ UV + sidestream zeolite filter + 1500 lpm waterfall pump. Terrarium exhibits All acrylic or glass tanks, 1,2,3 or 4 sided viewing

TOTAL NSM TOTAL Water volume TOTAL LITERS

4,073,600

TOTAL NSF TOTAL NSM

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DETAILED PROGRAM SUMMARY PROGRAM SUMMARY - NATIONAL AQUARIUM OF NEW ZEALAND Proposed Program

(4) (5) (6) (7)

by PROGRAM PUBLIC EDUCATION (int) EXHIBITS (ext) EXHIBITS ANIMAL HUSBANDRY SUPPORT (not lss) ADMINISTRATION EXTERIOR AREAS

(8)

gross up factor

(1) (2) (3)

notes

(includes LSS) (includes food prep, lab, dive, vet, quarantine) (loading dock, storage, animal collection…) (entry court, loading, site program…)

SUBTOTAL NSM

2019 0 363 2,293 801 556 198 1,067 n/a 5,277

Concept Package - Proposed Program Allocation (e) Facilities

Expansion (int)

40 363 325

625

150 28 1,067 n/a 1,974

(excludes existing building and exterior program)

TOTAL GSM

1,974 INITIAL BUDGET CAPACITY by LOCATION Repurpose existing 2002 facilities Primary Expansion- Interior Primary Expansion- Exterior

MASTER PLAN (Long term vision) by LOCATION Major renovation of existing 2002 facilities Education Forest and Mountain exhibit Temporary/ Changing gallery Expansion- Interior Primary Expansion- Interior (see above) Deep Sea exhibit Oceans Center conferencing Expansion- Exterior (see above) Expansion- Administrative

1,968 406 170

Expansion (ext)

801

n/a 3,169 1.20

n/a 801

3,802

801

Total

666 363 2,293 801 555 198 1,067 n/a

6,576

1,974 3,802 801

1,350

4,452

801 1,200

350 700 300 3,802 500 150

801

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DETAILED PROGRAM (1) VISITOR SERVICES National Aquarium of New Zealand - Detailed Program

DETAILED PROGRAM (2) EDUCATION National Aquarium of New Zealand - Detailed Program

VISITOR SERVICES PROGRAM

1 PUBLIC AREAS

# # 1 1 1 1 1 1 -

1.1 Lobby Hub entry lobby ticket sales safe room concierge/memberships stroller parking + coat first aid/quiet, nursing, special storage subtotal 1.2 Exhibit lobby/hub see item 3.0, orientation gallery subtotal 1.3 Children's Play Area play area 1 family seating 1 subtotal 1.4 Gift Store sales area 1 stock room + office 1 subtotal 1.5 Food Service Dining inside dining for 80-90 1 outside dining (ref. ext program ) central kitchen 1 servery 1 storage 1 catering support area 1 net assignable internal ciruclation 15% subtotal 1.6 Food Service Support manager 1 staff area and lockers 1 subtotal 1.7 Volunteer Resource Center (in existing building) volunteers lounge + work station 1 volunteers lockers 1 subtotal 1.8 restrooms main restrooms 2 family restroom 1 exhibit restrooms 2 subtotal TOTAL NSF (Initial Budget Capacity) 1.9 Oceans Centre (Long term vision) Conferencing

each (SM) NSM 80 20 5 4 13 7 -

Program

30

2019 Proposed Program total (SM) T. NSM 80 20 5 4 13 7 129

0

20 5

20 5 24

95 33

95 33 128

95 60 30 20 10

95 60 30 20 10 195 29 224

10 20

10 20 30

30 10

30 10 40

28 6 14

56 6 28 90

EDUCATION PROGRAM

2 EDUCATION 2.1 Classrooms & Support Areas Education Center Lobby Orientation Space Orientation Support Storage Common Animal Holding Area Media Room/Video Studio Integrated Classrooms Wet Classrooms Classroom Storage Life Support Area net assignable internal circulation subtotal 2.2 Exhibit Breakout Spaces (see Exterior Exhibits) Breakout Space in Exhibit Areas subtotal

#

each (SM) 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

55 55 10 10 10 35 70 10 5

55 55 10 10 10 35 140 10 5 330 33 363

15

30

10%

2

TOTAL NSM

2019 Proposed Program total (SM)

363

665

150

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DETAILED PROGRAM (3) EXHIBIT National Aquarium of New Zealand

- Detailed Program

EXHIBIT PROGRAM 3 ECOSYTEMS EXHIBITS 3.0 Exhibit Orientation Gallery Orientation Gallery* 3.1 Coastline habitat 3.1.1 Reefs Shark (Temperate reef ) Shark holding (medical) Temperate reef viewing Schooling/Sea Turtle (Subtropical reef) Subtropical reef viewing Kelp forest Kelp viewing Marine holding/quarantine Seahorse Jelly jewel tanks Sea snakes Variety of Jewel Tanks (note: assume multiple tanks) Viewing, general Life Support Systems +Access + Misc. Support subtotal 3.1.2 Mangroves Mangrove Mangrove viewing Holding Life Support Systems + Circulation + Misc. Support net assignable (interior) Exterior Exterior viewing, general Exterior Breakout Space in Exhibit Areas net assignable (exterior) subtotal 3.1.3 Esturaries and Rocky Shores Exterior Rocky Coast Crash Tank Exterior Crash Tank viewing Exterior Penguins Exterior Sting Ray touch tank Exterior Shore birds Exterior Shore bird holding Exterior Tidepool (Invertebrates ) Exterior Exterior viewing, general net assignable (exterior) Brackish water and jewel tanks (assume multiple tanks) Brackish water holding Breakout Space in Exhibit Areas Viewing, general Life Support Systems + Circulation + Misc. Support net assignable (interior) subtotal 3.2 Deep Ocean (Long term vision) Jelly jewel and sealed tanks Multimedia experience Life Support Systems + Circulation + Misc. Support Immersive theater experience (see item 3.6) subtotal 3.3 Forest + Mountain (Long term vision) Forest noctunal exhibit Reptile house Freshwater stream/river exhibit Freshwater holding Amphibian Tanks

#

each (SM)

total (SM)

1

75

75

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 12

300 25 330 95 67 132 92 25 1 1 1 1

40%

1 1 1 40%

35 40 10

1 1

20 15

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

80 56 119 123 35 10 33

1 1 1

20 25 15

40%

300 25 330 95 67 132 92 25 1 2 1 12 32 236 1,350 35 40 10 18 93 20 15 35 128

Exterior Shore bird holding Exterior Tidepool (Invertebrates ) Exterior Exterior viewing, general net assignable (exterior) Brackish water and jewel tanks (assume multiple tanks) Brackish water holding Breakout Space in Exhibit Areas Viewing, general Life Support Systems + Circulation + Misc. Support net assignable (interior) subtotal 3.2 Deep Ocean (Long term vision) Jelly jewel and sealed tanks Multimedia experience Life Support Systems + Circulation + Misc. Support Immersive theater experience (see item 3.6) subtotal 3.3 Forest + Mountain (Long term vision) Forest noctunal exhibit Reptile house Freshwater stream/river exhibit Freshwater holding Amphibian Tanks Variety of Jewel Tanks (note: assume multiple tanks) Life Support Systems + Circulation + Misc. Support subtotal 3.4 Changing Exhibit Gallery (in existing building) Changing Exhibit Gallery (Kiwi, Tautara in Phase 1) subtotal 3.5 LSS Infrastructure LSS Infrastructure (waste treatment, make-up) subtotal 3.6 4D immersive black box experience Maramataka|Maramatanga, 40-50 reclining seats subtotal

TOTAL NSM (interior, excludes)

TOTAL NSM (ext)

1 1

10 33

1 1 1

20 25 15

40%

10 33 310 766 20 25 15 22 137 219 984

6 1 500

1 1 1 1 1 1 12 1

700

1

325 325

325 325

1

130 130

130 130

1

100 100

100 100

Program

801 2,293

80 56 119 123 35 10 33 310 766 20 25 15 22 137 219 984

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DETAILED PROGRAM (5) SUPPORT National Aquarium of New Zealand - Detailed Program

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PROGRAM

4 ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 4.1 Food Storage Food Preparation Kitchen Main Freezer Dry Storage food prep net assignable internal circulation subtotal 4.2 Remote Food Preparation Food Preparation & Cleanup Counter w/ Sink Remote Combo Ref/Freezer Remote Refrigerator subtotal 4.3 Laboratories Marine Science/Water Quality Lab Research Freezer/fridge larval Fish/Invertebrate Rearing Lab laboratory subtotal 4.4 Central Dive Services Staff Dive Lockers volunteer/temporary lockers Washer/dryer/general storage locker room (Toilet/shower/changing) Toilet/shower/changing/ADA main drying for field operations subtotal 4.5 Central Diving Support/Storage compressor room main gear storage collection gear wash/storage gear maintenance bench/room subtotal 4.6 Veterinary Hospital surgery surgery preparation necrospsy exam/treatment warm water LSS for turtle treatment radiology showers/lockers toilet pharmacy/storage ICU/quarantine vetrinary touch down station net assignable internal circulation subtotal 4.8 Animal quarantine (in existing building) animal quarantine subtotal TOTAL NSM

2019 Proposed Program total (SM)

#

each (SM)

1 1 1 -

25 33 5 -

25 33 5 63 9 72

2 2 2

5 2 2

10 4 4 18

1 1 1 -

25 5 50 -

25 5 50 80

15%

8 4 2 2 2 1

4 2 5 30 15 5 60

2 15 7 5

1 1 1 1

10 23 13 10

10 23 13 10 56

1 1 1 1

20 5 10 15

20 5 10 15

1 1 1 1

25 10 5 20

25 10 5 20

SUPPORT SPACES PROGRAM

5 SUPPORT SPACES 5.1 Loading Dock Wet Compactor Room* Garbage Compactor* Raised Dock or Dock Leveler* Recycle Center* Composting Room* Animal Collection Equipment Storage Animal Collection Washdown Emergency Generator General Unassigned Storage subtotal 5.2 Horticulture Plant Holding Area subtotal 5.3 Custodial Storage Custodial Storage subtotal 5.3 Building Support BDF (IT) subtotal

2019 Proposed Program 1 1 1 1 -

26 35 18 10 10 10 5 16 40

26 35 18 10 10 10 5 16 40 170

1

10

10 10

18

18 18

5

5 5

1

1

Total Assignable Area TOTAL NSM

198

109 11 120

10%

2

75

Program

150 150 556

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DETAILED PROGRAM (6) ADMINISTRATIVE National Aquarium of New Zealand - Detailed Program ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM

6 Administrative Areas 6.1 Common Areas Large Conference Room Medium Conference Room Private Mini Conference Rooms Computing/File Server Lunch Break Room Copier Space Reception Waiting subtotal 6.2 Executive President/CEO Deputy Director Policy/Planner Executive Admin. Assistant subtotal 6.3 Human Relations Manager HR Generalist/Recruiter & Payroll/Benefits Conference Room subtotal 6.4 Finance & Administration Director Managers IT Staff Accounting CFO Assistant Conference Room subtotal 6.5 Life Sciences Director Curators Researcher Life Science Leads Staff Work Spaces subtotal 6.6 Facilities and Maintenance Security/Safety Manager Facility Manager Wood Shop Engineering Shop subtotal 6.7 Development Director Managers Staff Storage Conference Room subtotal 6.8 Education/Conservation Director Manager Staff Storage Library subtotal 6.9 Marketing/Public Affairs Manager

2019 Proposed Program total (SM)

#

each (SM)

1 1 2 1 1 2 1

35 20 5 10 20 5 10

35 20 10 10 20 10 10 115

1 1 1 1

13 13 10 10

13 13 10 10 45

1 3 1

10 10 10

10 30 10 50

1 1 2 2 1 1

10 10 10 10 10 10

10 10 20 20 10 10 80

1 2 3 3 14

10 13 10 10 6

10 25 30 30 78 173

1 1 1 1

10 10 130 50

10 10 130 50 200

1 1 4 1 1

10 10 10 35 10

10 10 40 35 10 105

1 1 4 1 1

10 10 5 50 30

10 10 20 50 30 120

1

6.7

6.8

6.9

Curators Researcher Life Science Leads Staff Work Spaces subtotal Facilities and Maintenance Security/Safety Manager Facility Manager Wood Shop Engineering Shop subtotal Development Director Managers Staff Storage Conference Room subtotal Education/Conservation Director Manager Staff Storage Library subtotal Marketing/Public Affairs Manager Digital Content Studio Staff subtotal Total Assignable Area Internal Circulation TOTAL NSM

2 3 3 14

13 10 10 6

25 30 30 78 173

1 1 1 1

10 10 130 50

10 10 130 50 200

1 1 4 1 1

10 10 10 35 10

10 10 40 35 10 105

1 1 4 1 1

10 10 5 50 30

10 10 20 50 30 120

1 1 1

10 60 10

10 60 10 80

10%

970 97 1,067

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10

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DETAILED PROGRAM (7) EXTERIOR National Aquarium of New Zealand - Detailed Program EXTERIOR PROGRAM 7 Exterior 7.2 Entry Court Entry Court Covered Entry/Ticketing Queue Public Bicycle Storage Landscape & Seating Public Art subtotal 7.3 Truck Loading Delivery Truck Pads Vehicle Maneuvering (Ldg. Dock) subtotal 7.4 Educational Center Exterior Student Covered Entry Exterior Eating for 40 Children subtotal 7.5 Outside Dining Outside Dining subtotal 7.6 Animal Collection Dock Animal Collection Dock subtotal 7.7 Vehicle Storage Employee/Volunteer Bicycle Storage (Exterior) Van Storage Mini-Vans Flatbed truck 16' Boat subtotal TOTAL NSM

2019 Concept Program 1 1 1

100 30 15

100 30 15 n/a n/a 145

1 1

45 170

45 170 215

1 1

40 55

40 55 95

1

45

45 45

1

100

100 100

1 1 3 1 1

20 30 30 25 15

20 30 90 25 15 160

Proposed

760

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SPECIES PROCUREMENT SUBTROPICAL TANK Exhibit Common name Exhibit Kelp Forest Subtropical reef tank

Exhibit

Kelp Forest

Exhibit

Kelp Forest

Common name

Bull kelp Bladder Kelp Hawksbill turtle Red Giantpigfish Boarfish Scarlet wrasse Red moki

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Location

Permit?

No.?

Procurement type? Notes

Cost

Species name

Location

Permit?

No.?

Partner to harvest or aquarium staff? Cost Procurement type? Notes

Cost

Durvillea willana, D. antarctica Macrocystis pyrifera Eretmochelys imbricata Bodianus unimaculatis Paristiopterus labiosus Pseudolabrus miles Cheildocatylus spectabilis

Pink Maomao Porae/blue morwong

Caprodon longimanus Nemadactylus douglasii

Tarakihi

Nemadactylus macropterus

Triplefin species Leather Jacket Trumpeter/kohikohi Porcupinefish Marblefish

Family Tripterygiidae Parika scaber Latris lineata Allomycterus jaculiferus Aplodactylus arctidens

Angelfish Blue maomao Black angelfish Goatfish Silver drummer Jack mackerel

Southern? Local NANZ BOP, East Cape, Kermadecs HB Widespread North island NZ NE coast of Kermadecs, north island three kings, BOP Widespread NZ

Min Fish Min Fish N/A - not MPI Min Min Fish Fish Min Fish Min Fish

50 plants SCUBA - boat 50 plants SCUBA - boat 1 N/A 105 Boat Boat 80 Boat 15 Boat

Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

15 Boat 10 Boat 30 Boat

Min Fish Min ? Fish Min Fish

?

30 30 5 10

Boat Boat Boat

Scorpis violaceus Mixed species Parma alboscapularis Upeneichthys lineatus Kyphosus sydneyanus Trachurus novaezelandiae

Kermadecs Southern north Local island and south Widespread Around NZ NZ Kermadecs and Eastern NE NZ Marine Northern Around NZNZ Northern Around NZNZ

N/A Min Fish ?Min Fish Min Fish

?

30 80 10 10 60

Purchase Boat Boat Boat

Porae/blue morwong Parore Blue finned butterfish Red gurnard Koheru name Common Sandagers wrasse

Nemadactylus douglasii Girella tricuspidata Odax cyanoallix kumu Chelidonichthys Decapterus Species namekoheru Coris sandeyeri

Northern NZ Northern NZ Three AroundKings NZ Location East Coast Kermadecs

Min Fish Min Fish ?Min Fish Min Fish Permit? ?

?

10 Boat 10 Boat 60 Boat 20 Procurement Boat type? Boat

Sea Anenomes Spinykelp dogfish Bull Bladder Kelp Cowries - tbc Soft corals? Toadstool grouper Giant Boarfish Common name Red moki Two spot damoiselle Porae/blue morwong Bull kelp Tarakihi Bladder Kelp Lord Howe coralfish Giant Boarfish Yellow moray eel Red moki Trumpeter/kohikohi Porae/blue morwong Marblefish

Order Actiniaria Squalus acanthias Durvillea willana, D. antarctica Macrocystis pyrifera tbc ?Trachypoma macracanthus Paristiopterus labiosus Species name Cheildocatylus spectabilis Chromis dispilus Nemadactylus douglasii Durvillea willana, D. antarctica Nemadactylus macropterus Macrocystis pyrifera Amphichaetodon howensis Paristiopterus labiosus Gymnothorax prasinus Cheildocatylus spectabilis Latris lineata Nemadactylusarctidens douglasii Aplodactylus

Tarakihi Blue maomao Goatfish Jack mackerel

Scorpis violaceus Nemadactylus macropterus Upeneichthys lineatus Trachurus novaezelandiae

Trumpeter/kohikohi Marblefish

Latris lineata A Q Uarctidens ARIUM AND Aplodactylus

OCEAN

Local and south Min Fish Southern? Local Min Fish BOP, East Cape, ? Fish Rare! HB Min Location North island cape to Permit? Min Fish Eastcoast capeof ? NE Kermadec north island Min Fish Islands; Three Min Fish Southern? Kings to Mahia Local Widespread NZ Min Fish Peninsula BOP, East Cape, ? North island HB Min Fish coastalisland ? Fish Southern north Min North NE coast island andofsouth ? north island Around NZ Min Fish Kermadecs and Widespread NZ Min Fish NE NZ Around NZ Min Fish Around NZ Min Fish Southern north island and south ? C Around E N T R E NZ O F N E WMin ZEA LAND Fish

No.?

?

100 By hand? 40 SCUBA Boat 50 plants - boat 50 plants SCUBA - boat ? No.?

?

? ? ?

5 15

15 50 plants 50 plants 30 5 15 15 10

? Boat Procurement type? Boat Boat Boat SCUBA - boat SCUBA - boat Boat Boat Boat NANZ Boat Boat Boat

30 80 Boat 10 Boat 60 Boat ?

Boat

| E X P A N S I10 O NBoat PROJECT AND

to transport back to HB?

Terry - presently 45 years old? NANZ currently has 3 Bladder kelp tank NANZ currently has 9 Bladder kelp tank Kermadec Islands, Bladder kelp tank Three Kings but can also be found as far south as Hawkes Bay. Both bull and bladder kelp tanks 26 native speciesKings - mayIslands want to ficus all on of From the Three around Kermadec triplefin mainland NZ to the(Enneapterygius Auckland Islands, but kermadecensis) are rare north of East Cape and Cape NANZ currently hastank? 10 Egmont - Bull kelp NANZ currently has 42 https://easternmarineaquariums.co.nz/coll ections/angelfish NANZ currently has 1

N/A

$7,500

NOTE - in 2 tanks,hotspots so only 5around indivuals in Bay each Large population the NANZ currently 1 - both bladder and of Plenty, Hawkehas Bay bull kelp tanks - NANZ currently has 9 Big - may need to see if can source from Cost Notes Easttrip Coast from North to East Cape another aquarium? NANZ currently has 2 Rocky collection NOTE - shared with in tanks, so 5 indivuals each NOTE -shore Partner to2harvest or only aquarium staff?in Cost invert and rocky shore touch tanks - south of HB distribution to transport back to HB? Phenacovolva wakayamaensis - spindle cowries? Tbc ZEALAND - Hapuka instead, RARE IN NEW

but will kelp it feed on the moki etc.? Bladder tank

Notes Bladder kelp tank

Partner to harvest Bladder kelp tank or aquarium staff? Cost to transport back to HB? Both bull and bladder kelp tanks From the Three Kings Islands around all of mainlandkelp NZ tank to the Auckland Islands, but Bladder NANZ currently 1 Cape and Cape are rare northtank ofhas East Bladder kelp Egmont - Bull kelp tank? Bladder kelp tank NANZ currently has 2 Both bull and bladder NANZ currently has 1 kelp tanks From the Three Kings Islands around all of mainland NZ to the Auckland Islands, but are rare north of East Cape and Cape Large population Egmont - Bull kelphotspots tank? around the Bay M A S T E R P L A N of Plenty, Hawke Bay NANZ currently has 2 - both bladder and

Cost

N/A

138


SPECIES PROCUREMENT TEMPERATE TANK

2/6

Exhibit

Common name

Species name

Location

Permit?

Temperate reef tank

Spotted Gummy Shark School sharks Spiny dogfish/koinga Carpet sharks Elephantfish King fish Short-tailed rays Blue cod Butterfly perch Sea perch John dory Trevally

Mustelus antarcticus Galeorhinus australis Squalus acanthias Cephaloscyllium isabellum Callorhynchus millii Seriola lalandi Dasyatis brevicaudata Parapercis colias Caesioperca lepidoptera Helicolenus percoides Zeus faber Pseudocaranx dentex

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Widespread NZ Local Local Local

Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

Red gurnard

Chelidonichthys kumu

Around NZ

Min Fish

Kahawai Slender roughy Rig sharks Golden snapper

Arripis trutta Optivus elongatus Mustelus lenticulatus Centroberyx affinis

Around NZ Local Local Local

Min Fish Min Fish ? ?

Procurement type? Notes

No.?

15 20 40 10 10 50 10 60 150 20 10 70

Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat Boat

60 Boat 150 10 ? ?

Boat Boat Boat Boat

Cost

NANZ currently has 2 NANZ currently has 4

NANZ currently has 2 NANZ currently has 10 More common northern NZ?

Large population hotspots around the Bay of Plenty, Hawke Bay - both bladder and bull kelp tanks - NANZ currently has 9 SHARED WITH KELP TANK Can be very aggressive when feeding and with other fish - limit numbers NANZ currently has 2

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Exhibit SPECIES PROCUREMENT Common name KELP FOREST Exhibit

Kelp Forest Exhibit Kelp Forest Kelp Forest

Common name

Bull kelp Common name Bladder Kelp Bull kelp Giant Boarfish Bladder Kelp Red moki Bull kelp Giant Boarfish Bladder Kelp Red moki morwong Porae/blue Giant Boarfish Porae/blue Tarakihi Red moki morwong

Species name

Location

Permit?

No.?

Procurement type? Notes

Cost

Species name

Location

Permit?

No.?

Procurement type? Notes Partner to harvest or aquarium staff? Cost

Cost

Durvillea willana, D. antarctica Species namepyrifera Macrocystis Durvillea willana, D. antarctica Paristiopterus labiosus Macrocystis pyrifera Cheildocatylus spectabilis Durvillea willana, D. antarctica Paristiopterus labiosus Macrocystis pyrifera Cheildocatylus spectabilis Nemadactylus douglasii Paristiopterus labiosus douglasii Nemadactylus macropterus Cheildocatylus spectabilis

Tarakihi Porae/blue morwong

Nemadactylus macropterus douglasii

Trumpeter/kohikohi Tarakihi Marblefish Trumpeter/kohikohi Marblefish Blue maomao Goatfish Trumpeter/kohikohi Blue maomao Jack mackerel Marblefish Goatfish Jack Blue mackerel maomao Goatfish Red Jack gurnard mackerel Koheru Red gurnard Koheru Spiny dogfish Red gurnard Koheru Spiny dogfish Toadstool grouper Spiny dogfish Toadstool grouper Two spot damoiselle

Latris lineata macropterus Nemadactylus Aplodactylus arctidens Latris lineata Scorpis violaceus Aplodactylus arctidens Upeneichthys Latris lineata lineatus Scorpis violaceus Trachurus novaezelandiae Aplodactylus arctidens Upeneichthys lineatus Scorpis violaceus Trachurus novaezelandiae Upeneichthys lineatus Chelidonichthys kumu Trachurus novaezelandiae Decapterus koheru Chelidonichthys kumu Decapterus koheru Squalus acanthias Chelidonichthys kumu Decapterus koheru Squalus acanthias Trachypoma macracanthus Squalus acanthias Trachypoma macracanthus Chromis dispilus

Two spot damoiselle Toadstool grouper

Chromis dispilus Trachypoma macracanthus

Lord spot Howedamoiselle coralfish Two

Amphichaetodon Chromis dispilus howensis

Yellow moray eel Lord Howe coralfish

Gymnothorax prasinus Amphichaetodon howensis

Yellow moray eel Lord Howe coralfish

Gymnothorax prasinus Amphichaetodon howensis

Yellow moray eel

Gymnothorax prasinus

Southern? Location Local BOP, East Cape, Southern? Local HB BOP, East Cape, North island Southern? NE coast of HB Local North island north island BOP, East Cape, NE HB coast of north Widespread North island island NZ NE coast of Widespread north island NZ Southern north island and south Widespread NZ SouthernNZnorth Around Kermadecs and island and south Around NE NZ NZnorth Southern Kermadecs and Around NZsouth island and NE NZ NZ Around Around NZ and Kermadecs Around NE NZ NZ Around NZ Around NZ East Coast Around NZ East Coast Local and Around NZsouth East Coast Local and south Rare! North capesouth to Local and Rare!cape East Kermadec North cape to Islands; Three East cape Rare! Kermadec Kings to Mahia North cape to Islands; Three Peninsula East cape North island Kermadec Kings to Mahia coastal Islands; Three Peninsula North island Kings to Mahia coastal Peninsula North island coastal

Min Fish Permit? Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

50 plants No.? 50 plants 50 plants 50 plants 5 15 50 plants 5 50 plants 15 5 30 15

Min Fish

SCUBA - boat Procurement SCUBA - boattype? SCUBA - boat SCUBA Boat - boat Boat SCUBA - boat Boat - boat SCUBA Boat Boat Boat

30 15 Boat

to transport back to HB? Notes Partner to harvest or aquarium staff? Cost to transport back to HB? Bladder kelp tank or aquarium staff? Cost Partner to harvest Bladder kelp back tank to HB? to transport Bladder kelp tank Bladder kelp tank Bladder kelp tank Bladder Both bullkelp andtank bladder kelp tanks From the Three Kings Islands around all of mainland NZ tank to the Auckland Islands, but Both bullkelp and bladder kelp tanks Bladder From thenorth ThreeofKings around are rare East Islands Cape and Cape all of mainland NZ to thetank? Auckland Islands, but Egmont Bull kelp Both bull- and bladder kelp tanks From the Threeofhas Kings around are rare north East Cape and Cape all of NANZ currently 2 Islands mainland- Bull NZ to thetank? Auckland Islands, but Egmont kelp 2 Cape and Cape NANZ currently 1 are rare north ofhas East Egmont - Bull kelp tank? NANZ currently has 1 2

Cost

? Fish Min Min Fish ? Min Fish Min ? Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish ? Min Fish ?

?

?

30 Boat 10 Boat Boat 10 80 Boat 10 Boat 80 Boat 60 10 10 Boat 60 80 Boat 10 Boat 60 Boat 20 Boat 60 Boat 20 Boat 40 60 Boat 20 Boat 40 Boat ? 40 Boat ? Boat

?

?

Boat ?

?

?

Boat

?

?

NANZ Boat

NANZ currently has 1

N/A

?

?

NANZ Boat

NANZ currently has 1

N/A

?

?

NANZ

NANZ currently has 1

N/A

? ?

?

3/6

Large population hotspots around the Bay NANZ currently has 1 of Plenty, Hawke Bay - both bladder and Largekelp population hotspots around bull tanks - NANZ currently hasthe 9 Bay of Plenty, Bay -to both East CoastHawke from North Eastbladder Cape and NANZ currently has 2 currently Largekelp population hotspots around bull tanks - NANZ hasthe 9 Bay NOTE - in 2Hawke tanks, so only 5 indivuals in each East Coast from North East Cape and of Plenty, Bay -to both bladder NANZ currently has 2 -bull south HB distribution kelpoftanks - NANZ currently has 9 NOTE in 2 tanks, so only 5 indivuals East Coast from North to East Cape in each RARE ZEALAND currently has 2 - Hapuka instead, -NANZ southIN ofNEW HB distribution but will on so theonly moki etc.? NOTE - init 2feed tanks, 5 indivuals in each ZEALAND - Hapuka instead, -RARE southINofNEW HB distribution but will it feed on the moki etc.? RARE IN NEW ZEALAND - Hapuka instead, but will it feed on the moki etc.?

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SPECIES PROCUREMENT STING RAY / INVERTEBRATES TOUCH TANK

4/6

Exhibit

Common name

Species name

Sting ray touch tank

Smooth Skate???

Raja innominata

Short-tail Stingray

Dasyatis brevicaudata

Long-tail Stingray

Dasyatis thetidis

Biscuit Star

Pentagonaster pulchellus

Invertebrates touch tank

Location

Permit?

Procurement type? Notes

No.?

Min Fish

5

All NZ North Island

Min Fish

10

Widespread around NZ Widespread around NZ - NANZ currently has 2 Widespread around north island

Local

Min Fish

20 By hand?

Rocky shore collection

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Cost

141


SPECIES PROCUREMENT ROCKY SHORES

5/6

Exhibit

Common name

Species name

Rocky Coast crash tank

Blackfoot Paua

Haliotis iris

Brine Shrimp Brown marine Flatworm Cake Urchin Cat’s Eye Chiton Common Mussel Cook’s Turban Crab species

Cushion Star Dark Top -Shell Fire Salp

Artemia salina Leptoplana brunnea Arachnoides zelandiae Turbo smaragdus Class Amphineura Mytilus edulis Cookia sulcata Porcellanidae, Dromiidae Majidae, Cancridae Partunidae, Xanthidae Bellidae, Grasidae Pinnotheridae, Ocypodidae Hymenosomatidae Patiriella regularis Melagraphia aethiops Pyrosoma

Frilled Marine Flatworm

Thysanozoon brocchii

Globe Sponge Green-lipped Mussel Grooved Limpet Hairy Seaweed Crab Heart Urchin Hermit Crab Horse Mussel Knobbed Whelk Large Shore Crab Long Finger Sponge Opal Top-Shell Paddle Crab Pale Tiger Shell Paua (virgin) Paua (yellow foot) Periwinkle Purple Cockle Radiate Limpet Red Rock Crab Sand-Tube Worm Sea Anenomes Sea Centipede Sea Cucumber

Tethya fissurata Perna canaliculus Tugali elegans Notomithrax ursus Echinocardium australe Family Paguridae Atrina zelandica Austrofusus glans Leptograpsus variegatus Chalina ramosa Cantharidus opalus Ovalipes catharus Maurea cunninghami Haliotis virginea Haliotis australis Melarhaphe oliveri Venericardia purpurata Cellana radians Plagusiachabrus Pectinaria antipoda Order Actiniaria Nereis amblyodonta Australostichopus mollis

Location

Permit?

Procurement type? Notes

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

40 No Limit 20 20 60 100 (mix) 100 30 30 each 30 each 30 each 30 each 30 each 30 60 100 10

Snorkel By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand?

Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection - NANZ has 5 Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

20 10 500 20 30 20 100 20 50 30 10 20 60 20 20 20 100 50 50 30 20 100 20 30

By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand?

Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection

No.?

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Cost

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SPECIES PROCUREMENT ROCKY SHORES Exhibit

6/6

Common name

Species name

Location

Permit?

Sea Tulip Sea Urchin Shield Shell Shrimps and Prawns Siphon Whelk Slit Limpet Small Opal Shell

Boltenia pachydermatina Evechinus chloroticus Scutus breviculus Order Euphausiacea Austrosipho mandarina Emarginula striatula Micrelenchus dilatatus

Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

50 100 50 200 50 20 20

By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand? By hand?

Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection

Spanish Lobster

Parnbacus antarcticus

Spiny Crayfish Spiny Tubeworm Spiral Worm Starfish

Jasus edwardsii Vermilia carinifera Spirorbis zelandica Class Asteriodea and Ophiuroidea

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Coromandel and Northland Local Local Local Local

Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

5 80 20 10 150

SCUBA - boat? SCUBA - boat? By hand? By hand? By hand?

NANZ currently has 13 Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish Min Fish

20 20 10 20 20 20 30 5

Local

DoC

Striped Stalked Barnacle Conchoderma virgatum

Jewel tanks?

Penguins

Sun Star Tiger Shell Triangle Crab Warty Sea Slug Common Jellyfish? Seahorses? Common Octopus?

Stichaster austrialis Maurea tigris Eurynolambrus australis Archidoris wellingtonensis Aurelia aurita Hippocampus abdominalis Octopus maorum

Little penguins

Eudyptula minor

Procurement type? Notes

No.?

By hand? Rocky shore collection By hand? Rocky shore collection By hand? Rocky shore collection By hand? Rocky shore collection Rocky shore collection By hand? Boat Purchase or Kelly's?NANZ currently has 9 - need more? Boat NANZ currently has 15 - resticted to 19 due to the size of current enclsoure. Water and land area needs to meet DoC husbandry 19 N/A manual requirements

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Cost

$5,000

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PROCESS

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