Our branch is lucky to be situated beside the wonderful Waitākere Ranges in West Auckland.
Walks and Talks
We have evening talks on the third Thursday of each month from February until November.
We welcome volunteers with a range of skills or hobbies.
Whether you're interested in walking, lobbying, enjoying our forest and birds, or writing emails to members, we have an opportunity for everyone to get involved.
The more members and volunteers we have the more we can accomplish.
Support our projects: buy your 2020 Calendar or Diary now!
Our beautiful Conservation Calendars (only $16 through our branch, $18 in the shop) and Conservation Diaries ($23 each, only available through Forest & Bird) are for sale again! Funds raised are used for our local conservation projects like Ark in the Park, Habitat te Henga and Matuku Reserve. Great for overseas gifts and exceptional quality. Order with our branch contact Annalily van den Broeke below.
KCC in Waitākere
Our Kiwi Conservation Club (KCC) is a great way to get kids outside to enjoy local nature-based trips. KCC members receive a welcome pack on joining and receive the fun and educational Wild Things Magazine four times a year, as well as monthly email newsletters packed with activity ideas.
Tai Haruru, meaning “the sound of the waves”, is a fitting name for our lodge in Piha, which sits only a few minutes' walk to Piha beach.
The lodge is has a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge and diner and two bedrooms (one with double bed, one with three single beds) plus a daybed in the lounge, sleeping up to 6 people in total. Hire it with the adjacent Flat and add another 4 beds. Turn up the heat with a wood fire in the lounge to mark a wonderful end to a day’s walking in the winds of a wild west winter, or go for instant heat with the heat pump. The lodge is wheelchair accessible. Book with Jean and Peter King: (09) 812 8064. Additional details and booking information here.
|Annalily van den Broeke||Chairperson and communications secretary|
|Chris Bindon||Tai Haruru and outreach|
|Raewyn Michael||Harbourview/Orangihina Project|
|John Staniland||Matuku Reserve|
|John Sumich||Ark in the Park and Habitat Te Henga|
|Robert Woolf||External Affairs|
|Dave Allen||Health & Safety and Kaipara branch connection|