Queen Elizabeth Park Planting Day
Grab your whānau, friends and join us down at Queen Elizabeth Park for a morning of planting in the coastal dunes south of Raumati South. Your aroha mahi will help restore the native habitat and protect it against storms and sea-level rise.
We'll plant 600 specialised sand-binding dune plants. This will be the fourth year of planting this area and we can already see a massive improvement thanks to your support.
What to bring/wear: We recommend you bring warm clothes, sturdy shoes and a rain jacket. Optional, but much appreciated, would be gardening gloves and spades should you have any.
COVID-19 update: We are following the advice from government and local council on all Covid-19 restrictions. We are required to keep a record of your contact details for contact tracing. If you have any concerns about Covid-19 procedures, please get in touch.
What to bring:
We recommend you bring warm clothes, sturdy shoes and a rain jacket. Optional, but much appreciated, would be gardening gloves and spades should you have any.
|When:||Sunday, 4th July 2021, starting at 10:00am (around 9 days away)|
|Where:||Queen Elizabeth Park, South of Raumati South (Esplanade entrance to QE Park)|
Come to the Esplanade entrance to Queen Elizabeth Park and our friendly ranger will guide you to the planting location.
There is no cost associated with this event