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The Jackson Street Programme’s aim is to promote, preserve, and enhance Jackson Street as a successful heritage, retail and commercial area.

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Petone is a happening place at all times, but especially in the summer and autumn when the weather is warmer and more settled. Families and friends drift between the beachfront Esplanade and Jackson Street … moving from sunshine, sea and sand to a world of coffee, bars, shopping and restaurants.

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Tour Petone

Take a tour of Petone’s Historic sites from the Petone Settlers Museum to the Iona Memorial Cross and many places in between. Listen or read about each of the stops to discover the rich history of Petone. Connect to Jackson Street’s free WIFI.

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Browse the latest articles and news about Jackson Street.


It’s with heavy hearts to sadly share with you the news that Roy Hewson passed…

EXPRESS Bus Service

We are after feedback for one of our local businesses NZ Coach that has continued…

Expanding our Footprint – STAGE TWO: Submissions

Thank you to all those who completed the recent survey on the Jackson Street proposal…

Change to Recycling Plastic

From 5May, only plastics 1 and 2 will be accepted along in usual kerbside recycling.…

Thank you to our Sponsors

Without the help from our sponsors we are not able to achieve the majority of…

Ten Ways Small Businesses Can Improve Their Social Media Presence

Are you still on the fence in choosing a Social Media strategy? There are many…

CupCycling Programme

Jackson Street … Are you our next CupCycling Community in New Zealand? In October last…

Plastic Bag Legislation

Single-use plastic shopping bags will be phased out in New Zealand with regulations to come…

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