From the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, south to Redvale, west to Waitoki, and north to Puhoi, the Hibiscus Coast Branch includes an exciting diversity of habitiats: including suburbs, beaches, estuaries, farmland, lifestyle blocks, small remnants of the original forest and some regenerating bush reserves.
We have a small, dedicated committee find out more
Photo: Keruru at Manly by Karen Field
Margaret Stewart writes a tribute to John Kendrick who was instrumental in setting up our branch read more
We'd love you to join us! No matter what your age, background or skills do get in touch. You will find new friends, an outlet for your expertise, gain new skills, and be a part of helping the Hibiscus Coast to flourish.
There are many different activities you can choose to be apart of on a casual or regular basis. You might enjoy attending our regular working bees, participating in bird and reptile surveys, promoting our branch at market days, building trapping boxes, and their distribution and monitoring. And if you want to join us in creating the vision and steering the ship, our committee will welcome you with open arms!
Local Reserve Projects
Our main bush restoration projects as part of the North West Wildlink are the Raroa, Matakatia, Eaves Bush, and Crocodile Island Reserves, and dotterel protection at Stillwater Spit.