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The Buckle Street underpass is complete and construction of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park will be finished by the end of March 2015, ahead of schedule.
Construction of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park is the last stage in the three year Memorial Park project where roads have been constructed, changed, upgraded and directed underground in the Buckle Street underpass.
The project is ahead of schedule and will be almost complete in time for the fourth and final LEARNZ field trip.
Take a look at Field Trip 1 in November 2013 to see how the project has progressed.
During January and February 2015, Pukeahu National War Memorial Park has been turning green as trees and garden plantings are completed.
During the fourth field trip you will see the completed park, help prepare for Anzac Day 2015 and participate in the dawn ceremony to bless the park.
Outside the Carillon you can see the paving that is being laid in the park. Image: NZTA.
Red Sandstone is being placed on steel columns as part of the Australian War Memorial in the park. Why do you think there is an Australian War Memorial in this park? Image: NZTA.
The park is slowly turning green as trees are planted. Can you see the rain gardens - how do these work? Image: NZTA.
The Home of Compassion Crèche restoration is well underway and landscaping will soon begin outside. Where did this building used to be located and how was it shifted? Image: NZTA.
The Arras Tunnel has been open since September 2014 allowing work on Pukeahu National War Memorial Park to begin. Image: NZTA.
This is an artist's impression of what the park will look like when it is completed. Image: NZTA.
Take a look at what the completed Pukeahu National War Memorial Park will look like on the NZTA website. Think of what you might change or add to the park to reflect your ideas of how your class can commemorate those who have served at war.