All Right? AWA Trails

'Awa' means 'river' in Māori, and the acronym AWA stands for three neighbouring suburbs located on the Avon-Otakaro river: Aranui, Wainoni and Avondale. These areas were amongst the most severely affected following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, comprising much of the red-zone.
The AWA Trails project encouraged Christchurch residents, particularly those in the East, to spend more time exploring their local environment, and following and practicing the 5 Ways to Wellbeing. Pupils from four local schools created walking trails around the AWA area.
In August 2016 All Right? launched each trail the AWA Trails project at each of the participating schools: Chisnallwood Intermediate School, Aranui School, St James School and Wainoni School. This collection includes photographs from this launch and those at each of the other schools involved.
This collection also includes the AWA Trails Map, which was available to download at

Last updated
9:56am 15th November 2017

Contains 36 items in 2 collections

All Right? AWA Trails Photographs
All Right? AWA Trails Photographs
Photographs from the launch of each of the AWA Trails at Chisnallwood Intermediate and Aranui, St James and Wainoni Primary Schools.
Contains 34 items
All Right? AWA Trails Promotional Material
All Right? AWA Trails Promotional Material
Promotional material relating to the All Right? AWA Trails, including maps and social media materials.
Contains 2 items