Volunteer in our parks
There are many opportunities for you to volunteer over a number of different projects, activities and organisations.
Every year in our parks, more than 25,000 trees are planted by volunteers like you. Keep an eye out on our events page for community planting days where you can work alongside other volunteers and Greater Wellington, to build a greater environment for our future. For instance, there are several planting days taking place at Queen Elizabeth Park across June, July, and August.
If planting and conservation isn’t your thing, but you’d still like to volunteer in our parks, there are other opportunities for you to contribute. We offer opportunities to volunteer with historic trams, mountain bike trail building, lighthouse restoration, riding for the disabled, surf lifesaving and even your linguist skills as an interpreter.
Most of our parks also have a “friends” or “care” group which contribute and work with us to make it happen. Search by our parks and forests below to explore how you can get involved.
Battle Hill Farm Forest
Belmont Regional Park
East Harbour Regional Park
Kaitoke Regional Park
Queen Elizabeth Regional Park
Wainuiomata Water Collection Area
Whitereia Regional Park