Working together to protect New Zealand

October 2017

Mahoe Reserve Weedbusting

Sunday 1 October 2017, 2:00pm

The Mahoe Reserve, situated in Boundary Road, Lincoln, opposite the High School is a native regeneration project that was started by Lincoln High School students and members of the local community in an old shingle pit. It is now looked after by the Mahoe Committee, a subcommittee of the Lincoln Envirotown Trust. We are recreating vegetation similar to the scrub, woodland and forest that was prevalent in the Lincoln area up until a few thousand years ago when the Waimakariri river changed its course and came through the Lincoln area.  This explains the presence of the shingle beds.  The recovering woody vegetation then was destroyed again by fires around 700 years ago and later by the introduction of agriculture and permanent settlement about 150 years ago. The plants used in the restoration are all locally sourced to be genetically as close as possible to the original plants. Planting was started in 2003. Unfortunately the shingle pit was used as an unofficial rubbish dump for many years, including for garden waste. This may explain the problems we have with weeds, including convolvulus, hemlock, gorse, broom and many, many other weeds. 

Working bees are held on the first Sunday of the month, starting at 2.00pm.  Volunteers need to bring tools, hats, sunscreen, their own refreshments, however there is a water fountain at the Reserve.

Contact Sue Jarvis 03 329 5858 for more information. More information about the reserve can be found on: www.lincolnenvirotown.org.nz

Region: Canterbury

Charlesworth Reserve Weedbusting

Sunday 1 October 2017, 3:00pm

Charlesworth Wetland Reserve is a 20ha coastal wetland.  The Christchurch City Council purchased this wetland that was drained and used for farmland for many years  In 2007 the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary Trust agreed to make this retoration project a trust project and in 2014 wetland plant number 100.000 was placed in the ground.  Weed control being the key factor to the success of this project. Boneseed, convolvulus, grass invasion needing constant control. The volunteers meet every Sunday between 3 and 5pm. Meet at Charlesworth Street Carpark for instruction from the Park Ranger.   Tools are provided but you will need to wear old clothes, sturdy boots and a hat.

For more information contact info@estuary.org.nz

Region: Canterbury

Ohinetahi Reserve Weedbusting

Tuesday 3 October 2017, 9:00am

The Ohinetahi group of the Summit Road Society meet every Tuesday from 9:00am to 3:00pm to maintain the Ohinetahi Reserve, 150 hectares of regenerating native forest on the steep hillside situated above Governors Bay. We are not short of weeds, and you can expect to encounter gorse, broom, old man's beard, banana passionfruit and Darwin's barberry among others. If you are not able to work the full day or every week that is not a problem. Any contribution is welcome. Transport can be provided from opposite 3A Longhurst Tce near the Sign of the Takahe. Equipment needed is gloves, secateurs, loppers, saw and grubber/spade. We can provide some tools if needed. Bring morning tea and lunch.

Contact Anne Kennedy, email kennedyz@xtra.co.nz or phone 337 0364.

Region: Canterbury

Maungawhau-Mt Eden Weedbusting

Tuesday 3 October 2017, 9:30am

Friends of Maungawhau gather every Tuesday 0930 at top of Batger Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland to work on eco-restoration on Maungawhau-Mt Eden, usually removing a range of weeds.  Dress as for gardening with long sleeves, long pants, strong shoes for the steep, stony terrain. Gloves, tools, hi-vis vests provided. We work till about 1200-1230 with morning tea at 1100.  Our preference is for locals who may become regulars, but anyone is welcome.

Contact Jean Barton on 09 630 7010 or at keith_ayton@hotmail.com or info@maungawhau.co.nz.

Region: Auckland

Tuff Crater Thursday Weeding Bees

Thursday 5 October 2017, 9:00am

Tuff Crater is North Shore Forest & Bird’s key restoration project. At our working bees we work on weed control. We can cater for all levels of fitness and newcomers are assured of a warm welcome. Some equipment is available but if possible bring a spade, gloves, hand saw, pruners. A grubber is useful.  Access to the site is from the end of Warehouse Way, Northcote. 

For more information contact Anne Denny ph 480 5570

If you’d like to be on the regular email notification list for work days please email northshore.branch@forestandbird.org.nz. Training on weed recognition and weed control can be arranged.

For more information see http://www.forestandbird.org.nz/what-we-do/branches/northshore

Region: Auckland

Omahu Bush (First Friday) Weedbusting

Friday 6 October 2017, 12:00am

Omahu Bush is situated at the southern end of Christchurch's Port Hills, comprising around 180 hectares of remnant and regenerating native forest, native tussock and the iconic prominent volcanic landmark of Gibraltar Rock. Although not as modified as Ohinetahi Reserve, weeds are still a problem, particularly gorse, broom and some Darwin's barberry. The Omahu Bush group of the Summit Road Society would welcome assistance to deal with these plant pests on the first and third Friday of each month. Equipment needed is gloves, secateurs, loppers, saw and grubber/spade. We can provide some tools if needed. Bring morning tea and lunch. Car pooling from Christchurch (8.45am leaving from Longhurst Tce) can be arranged, and we finish by 2.30pm.

Contact Ian Johnston iankjohnston68@gmail.com or  03 3328319  or mobile on 0210728210 for more information.

Region: Canterbury

Puketi Forest Weedbusting

Sunday 8 October 2017, 12:00am

The Puketi Weedbusters Group carry out a variety of weedbusting and planting activities in various parts of Puketi Forest. They have a regular morning of weedbusting which is normally on the first Tuesday of each month starting 9.00am.

For more information contact Dan O’Halloran on 4070311  or 0274054456 or dohalloran@doc.govt.nz .

Region: Northland

Ahuriri Estuary Weedbusters

Sunday 8 October 2017, 8:30am

The Ahuriri Estuary is a wildlife refuge near the Napier Airport. The Ahuriri Estuary Group has been meeting regularly since 2002 to control weeds (take your pick!), replant with natives and generally keep the estuary beautiful. We meet on the first Thursday of every month (bar January) between 8:30 am and noon at the Humber Street carpark (Pandora Pond).  Be gardening fit, and wear gardening clothes and shoes. We will have most gear as needed but if you have a favourite pair of secateurs bring them along. It can get very cold in winter so appropriate cold and wet weather gear in season.  Other tools and morning tea are provided.

Occasionally the meeting place can vary so if you would like to join us, or would like more information about us or the estuary contact Alan Lee at alee@doc.govt.nz or on 027 539 6278.

Region: East Coast-Hawkes Bay

Motutapu Island Extreme Weeding Bee

Sunday 8 October 2017, 9:15am

The Motutapu Restoration Trust has regular ‘extreme’ weeding bees every second Sunday (the next few being 1st, 15th and 29th October; 12th and 16th November; 10th December. In 2018 we start 18th February and continue fortnightly from then except for long weekends, Easter etc.).  Registration is essential.  

The target weed is moth plant – which, if left uncontrolled, threatens the native forest on Motutapu Island (the island next to Rangitoto). The work is tough. A high level of fitness is required. Moth plant produces a sap which can irritate the skin. We recommend you wear light loose clothing that covers your arms and legs, a sunhat and sturdy footwear (as much of the work is on slopes). You need to bring your own lunch (there are no shops on the island) and drink lots of water (we recommend using a camelback so that your hands are free). We provide tools. Motutapu is an island, transport is by ferry. The cost of the ferry is $24.50 (with an approved volunteer card which we give to you when you ‘check in’ with us on the morning of departure) and biosecurity guidelines apply when landing on this island.

Ferries depart from Downtown Auckland at 9:15am and from Devonport at 9:30am.

For more information or to register for each volunteer day email admin@motutapu.org.nz or contact Vanessa on 021-0279-4591 or 09-580-3123. Registration is essential.

Region: Auckland

Clearing Weeds from Central Park

Sunday 8 October 2017, 10:00am

Upstream - Friends of Central Park - Wellington have a working bee on the last Sunday of every month, from 10.00 - 12.00. We usually weed (mainly tradescantia), clearing the stream bed and banks of invasive weeds, and plant natives and some exotics in keeping with the history and established plantings of Central Park. Meet at The Jetty, along the main path by the stream. We provide refreshments for morning tea. Everyone is welcome.

More information or weather checks from Lynne White at all.whites@xtra.co.nz.

Region: Wellington

Trelissick Park Sunday Weeding Bee

Sunday 8 October 2017, 1:30pm

Trelissick Park (Wellington) is located in and around the valleys of the Kaiwharawhara and Korimako Streams and includes the Ngaio Gorge. It is part of the ecological corridor between the Harbour and outer green belt and contains areas of original forest remnant. The Trelissick Park Group have been working since 1991 to restore the park to a beautiful wilderness area by clearing weeds and replanting with native trees. Working bees are usually held on the first Sunday afternoon and second Tuesday morning of each month. Bring gardening gloves and hand tools if you have them. Wear weather/sun protection and sturdy boots. Refreshments are provided. 

Further information is on www.trelissickpark.org.nz, or from Peter Reimann on 04 938 9602 or at nz.peterreimann@gmail.com

Region: Wellington

Trelissick Park Sunday Weeding Bee

Sunday 8 October 2017, 1:30pm

Trelissick Park (Wellington) is located in and around the valleys of the Kaiwharawhara and Korimako Streams and includes the Ngaio Gorge. It is part of the ecological corridor between the Harbour and outer green belt and contains areas of original forest remnant. The Trelissick Park Group have been working since 1991 to restore the park to a beautiful wilderness area by clearing weeds and replanting with native trees. Working bees are usually held on the first Sunday afternoon and second Tuesday morning of each month. Bring gardening gloves and hand tools if you have them. Wear weather/sun protection and sturdy boots. Refreshments are provided. 

Further information is on www.trelissickpark.org.nz, or from Peter Reimann on 04 938 9602 or at nz.peterreimann@gmail.com

Region: Wellington

Charlesworth Reserve Weedbusting

Sunday 8 October 2017, 3:00pm

Charlesworth Wetland Reserve is a 20ha coastal wetland.  The Christchurch City Council purchased this wetland that was drained and used for farmland for many years  In 2007 the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary Trust agreed to make this retoration project a trust project and in 2014 wetland plant number 100.000 was placed in the ground.  Weed control being the key factor to the success of this project. Boneseed, convolvulus, grass invasion needing constant control. The volunteers meet every Sunday between 3 and 5pm. Meet at Charlesworth Street Carpark for instruction from the Park Ranger.   Tools are provided but you will need to wear old clothes, sturdy boots and a hat.

For more information contact info@estuary.org.nz

Region: Canterbury

Ohinetahi Reserve Weedbusting

Tuesday 10 October 2017, 9:00am

The Ohinetahi group of the Summit Road Society meet every Tuesday from 9:00am to 3:00pm to maintain the Ohinetahi Reserve, 150 hectares of regenerating native forest on the steep hillside situated above Governors Bay. We are not short of weeds, and you can expect to encounter gorse, broom, old man's beard, banana passionfruit and Darwin's barberry among others. If you are not able to work the full day or every week that is not a problem. Any contribution is welcome. Transport can be provided from opposite 3A Longhurst Tce near the Sign of the Takahe. Equipment needed is gloves, secateurs, loppers, saw and grubber/spade. We can provide some tools if needed. Bring morning tea and lunch.

Contact Anne Kennedy, email kennedyz@xtra.co.nz or phone 337 0364.

Region: Canterbury

Maungawhau-Mt Eden Weedbusting

Tuesday 10 October 2017, 9:30am

Friends of Maungawhau gather every Tuesday 0930 at top of Batger Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland to work on eco-restoration on Maungawhau-Mt Eden, usually removing a range of weeds.  Dress as for gardening with long sleeves, long pants, strong shoes for the steep, stony terrain. Gloves, tools, hi-vis vests provided. We work till about 1200-1230 with morning tea at 1100.  Our preference is for locals who may become regulars, but anyone is welcome.

Contact Jean Barton on 09 630 7010 or at keith_ayton@hotmail.com or info@maungawhau.co.nz.

Region: Auckland

Tuff Crater Thursday Weeding Bees

Thursday 12 October 2017, 9:00am

Tuff Crater is North Shore Forest & Bird’s key restoration project. At our working bees we work on weed control. We can cater for all levels of fitness and newcomers are assured of a warm welcome. Some equipment is available but if possible bring a spade, gloves, hand saw, pruners. A grubber is useful.  Access to the site is from the end of Warehouse Way, Northcote. 

For more information contact Anne Denny ph 480 5570

If you’d like to be on the regular email notification list for work days please email northshore.branch@forestandbird.org.nz. Training on weed recognition and weed control can be arranged.

For more information see http://www.forestandbird.org.nz/what-we-do/branches/northshore

Region: Auckland

Puketi Forest Weedbusting

Sunday 15 October 2017, 12:00am

The Puketi Weedbusters Group carry out a variety of weedbusting and planting activities in various parts of Puketi Forest. They have a regular morning of weedbusting which is normally on the first Tuesday of each month starting 9.00am.

For more information contact Dan O’Halloran on 4070311  or 0274054456 or dohalloran@doc.govt.nz .

Region: Northland

Trelissick Park Tuesdays Weeding Bee

Sunday 15 October 2017, 9:30am

Trelissick Park (Wellington) is located in and around the valleys of the Kaiwharawhara and Korimako Streams and includes the Ngaio Gorge. It is part of the ecological corridor between the Harbour and outer green belt and contains areas of original forest remnant. The Trelissick Park Group have been working since 1991 to restore the park to a beautiful wilderness area by clearing weeds and replanting with native trees. Working bees are usually held on the first Sunday afternoon and second Tuesday morning of each month. Bring gardening gloves and hand tools if you have them. Wear weather/sun protection and sturdy boots. Refreshments are provided. 

Further information is on www.trelissickpark.org.nz, or from Peter Reimann on 04 938 9602 or at nz.peterreimann@gmail.com

Region: Wellington

Trelissick Park Tuesdays Weeding Bee

Sunday 15 October 2017, 9:30am

Trelissick Park (Wellington) is located in and around the valleys of the Kaiwharawhara and Korimako Streams and includes the Ngaio Gorge. It is part of the ecological corridor between the Harbour and outer green belt and contains areas of original forest remnant. The Trelissick Park Group have been working since 1991 to restore the park to a beautiful wilderness area by clearing weeds and replanting with native trees. Working bees are usually held on the first Sunday afternoon and second Tuesday morning of each month. Bring gardening gloves and hand tools if you have them. Wear weather/sun protection and sturdy boots. Refreshments are provided. 

Further information is on www.trelissickpark.org.nz, or from Peter Reimann on 04 938 9602 or at nz.peterreimann@gmail.com

Region: Wellington

Charlesworth Reserve Weedbusting

Sunday 15 October 2017, 3:00pm

Charlesworth Wetland Reserve is a 20ha coastal wetland.  The Christchurch City Council purchased this wetland that was drained and used for farmland for many years  In 2007 the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary Trust agreed to make this retoration project a trust project and in 2014 wetland plant number 100.000 was placed in the ground.  Weed control being the key factor to the success of this project. Boneseed, convolvulus, grass invasion needing constant control. The volunteers meet every Sunday between 3 and 5pm. Meet at Charlesworth Street Carpark for instruction from the Park Ranger.   Tools are provided but you will need to wear old clothes, sturdy boots and a hat.

For more information contact info@estuary.org.nz

Region: Canterbury

Ohinetahi Reserve Weedbusting

Tuesday 17 October 2017, 9:00am

The Ohinetahi group of the Summit Road Society meet every Tuesday from 9:00am to 3:00pm to maintain the Ohinetahi Reserve, 150 hectares of regenerating native forest on the steep hillside situated above Governors Bay. We are not short of weeds, and you can expect to encounter gorse, broom, old man's beard, banana passionfruit and Darwin's barberry among others. If you are not able to work the full day or every week that is not a problem. Any contribution is welcome. Transport can be provided from opposite 3A Longhurst Tce near the Sign of the Takahe. Equipment needed is gloves, secateurs, loppers, saw and grubber/spade. We can provide some tools if needed. Bring morning tea and lunch.

Contact Anne Kennedy, email kennedyz@xtra.co.nz or phone 337 0364.

Region: Canterbury

Maungawhau-Mt Eden Weedbusting

Tuesday 17 October 2017, 9:30am

Friends of Maungawhau gather every Tuesday 0930 at top of Batger Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland to work on eco-restoration on Maungawhau-Mt Eden, usually removing a range of weeds.  Dress as for gardening with long sleeves, long pants, strong shoes for the steep, stony terrain. Gloves, tools, hi-vis vests provided. We work till about 1200-1230 with morning tea at 1100.  Our preference is for locals who may become regulars, but anyone is welcome.

Contact Jean Barton on 09 630 7010 or at keith_ayton@hotmail.com or info@maungawhau.co.nz.

Region: Auckland

Tuff Crater Thursday Weeding Bees

Thursday 19 October 2017, 9:00am

Tuff Crater is North Shore Forest & Bird’s key restoration project. At our working bees we work on weed control. We can cater for all levels of fitness and newcomers are assured of a warm welcome. Some equipment is available but if possible bring a spade, gloves, hand saw, pruners. A grubber is useful.  Access to the site is from the end of Warehouse Way, Northcote. 

For more information contact Anne Denny ph 480 5570

If you’d like to be on the regular email notification list for work days please email northshore.branch@forestandbird.org.nz. Training on weed recognition and weed control can be arranged.

For more information see http://www.forestandbird.org.nz/what-we-do/branches/northshore

Region: Auckland

Omahu Bush (Third Friday) Weedbusting

Friday 20 October 2017, 8:45am

Omahu Bush is situated at the southern end of Christchurch's Port Hills, comprising around 180 hectares of remnant and regenerating native forest, native tussock and the iconic prominent volcanic landmark of Gibraltar Rock. Although not as modified as Ohinetahi Reserve, weeds are still a problem, particularly gorse, broom and some Darwin's barberry. The Omahu Bush group of the Summit Road Society would welcome assistance to deal with these plant pests on the first and third Friday of each month. Equipment needed is gloves, secateurs, loppers, saw and grubber/spade. We can provide some tools if needed. Bring morning tea and lunch. Car pooling from Christchurch (8.45am leaving from Longhurst Tce) can be arranged, and we finish by 2.30pm.

Contact Ian Johnston iankjohnston68@gmail.com or  03 3328319  or mobile on 0210728210 for more information.

Region: Canterbury, Auckland

Charlesworth Reserve Weedbusting

Sunday 22 October 2017, 3:00pm

Charlesworth Wetland Reserve is a 20ha coastal wetland.  The Christchurch City Council purchased this wetland that was drained and used for farmland for many years  In 2007 the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary Trust agreed to make this retoration project a trust project and in 2014 wetland plant number 100.000 was placed in the ground.  Weed control being the key factor to the success of this project. Boneseed, convolvulus, grass invasion needing constant control. The volunteers meet every Sunday between 3 and 5pm. Meet at Charlesworth Street Carpark for instruction from the Park Ranger.   Tools are provided but you will need to wear old clothes, sturdy boots and a hat.

For more information contact info@estuary.org.nz

Region: Canterbury

Ohinetahi Reserve Weedbusting

Tuesday 24 October 2017, 9:00am

The Ohinetahi group of the Summit Road Society meet every Tuesday from 9:00am to 3:00pm to maintain the Ohinetahi Reserve, 150 hectares of regenerating native forest on the steep hillside situated above Governors Bay. We are not short of weeds, and you can expect to encounter gorse, broom, old man's beard, banana passionfruit and Darwin's barberry among others. If you are not able to work the full day or every week that is not a problem. Any contribution is welcome. Transport can be provided from opposite 3A Longhurst Tce near the Sign of the Takahe. Equipment needed is gloves, secateurs, loppers, saw and grubber/spade. We can provide some tools if needed. Bring morning tea and lunch.

Contact Anne Kennedy, email kennedyz@xtra.co.nz or phone 337 0364.

Region: Canterbury

Maungawhau-Mt Eden Weedbusting

Tuesday 24 October 2017, 9:30am

Friends of Maungawhau gather every Tuesday 0930 at top of Batger Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland to work on eco-restoration on Maungawhau-Mt Eden, usually removing a range of weeds.  Dress as for gardening with long sleeves, long pants, strong shoes for the steep, stony terrain. Gloves, tools, hi-vis vests provided. We work till about 1200-1230 with morning tea at 1100.  Our preference is for locals who may become regulars, but anyone is welcome.

Contact Jean Barton on 09 630 7010 or at keith_ayton@hotmail.com or info@maungawhau.co.nz.

Region: Auckland

Tuff Crater Thursday Weeding Bees

Thursday 26 October 2017, 9:00am

Tuff Crater is North Shore Forest & Bird’s key restoration project. At our working bees we work on weed control. We can cater for all levels of fitness and newcomers are assured of a warm welcome. Some equipment is available but if possible bring a spade, gloves, hand saw, pruners. A grubber is useful.  Access to the site is from the end of Warehouse Way, Northcote. 

For more information contact Anne Denny ph 480 5570

If you’d like to be on the regular email notification list for work days please email northshore.branch@forestandbird.org.nz. Training on weed recognition and weed control can be arranged.

For more information see http://www.forestandbird.org.nz/what-we-do/branches/northshore

Region: Auckland

Ahuriri Estuary Weedbusters

Sunday 29 October 2017, 8:30am

The Ahuriri Estuary is a wildlife refuge near the Napier Airport. The Ahuriri Estuary Group has been meeting regularly since 2002 to control weeds (take your pick!), replant with natives and generally keep the estuary beautiful. We meet on the first Thursday of every month (bar January) between 8:30 am and noon at the Humber Street carpark (Pandora Pond).  Be gardening fit, and wear gardening clothes and shoes. We will have most gear as needed but if you have a favourite pair of secateurs bring them along. It can get very cold in winter so appropriate cold and wet weather gear in season.  Other tools and morning tea are provided.

Occasionally the meeting place can vary so if you would like to join us, or would like more information about us or the estuary contact Alan Lee at alee@doc.govt.nz or on 027 539 6278.

Region: East Coast-Hawkes Bay

Clearing Weeds from Central Park

Sunday 29 October 2017, 10:00am

Upstream - Friends of Central Park - Wellington have a working bee on the last Sunday of every month, from 10.00 - 12.00. We usually weed (mainly tradescantia), clearing the stream bed and banks of invasive weeds, and plant natives and some exotics in keeping with the history and established plantings of Central Park. Meet at The Jetty, along the main path by the stream. We provide refreshments for morning tea. Everyone is welcome.

More information or weather checks from Lynne White at all.whites@xtra.co.nz.

Region: Wellington

Charlesworth Reserve Weedbusting

Sunday 29 October 2017, 3:00pm

Charlesworth Wetland Reserve is a 20ha coastal wetland.  The Christchurch City Council purchased this wetland that was drained and used for farmland for many years  In 2007 the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary Trust agreed to make this retoration project a trust project and in 2014 wetland plant number 100.000 was placed in the ground.  Weed control being the key factor to the success of this project. Boneseed, convolvulus, grass invasion needing constant control. The volunteers meet every Sunday between 3 and 5pm. Meet at Charlesworth Street Carpark for instruction from the Park Ranger.   Tools are provided but you will need to wear old clothes, sturdy boots and a hat.

For more information contact info@estuary.org.nz

Region: Canterbury

Ohinetahi Reserve Weedbusting

Tuesday 31 October 2017, 9:00am

The Ohinetahi group of the Summit Road Society meet every Tuesday from 9:00am to 3:00pm to maintain the Ohinetahi Reserve, 150 hectares of regenerating native forest on the steep hillside situated above Governors Bay. We are not short of weeds, and you can expect to encounter gorse, broom, old man's beard, banana passionfruit and Darwin's barberry among others. If you are not able to work the full day or every week that is not a problem. Any contribution is welcome. Transport can be provided from opposite 3A Longhurst Tce near the Sign of the Takahe. Equipment needed is gloves, secateurs, loppers, saw and grubber/spade. We can provide some tools if needed. Bring morning tea and lunch.

Contact Anne Kennedy, email kennedyz@xtra.co.nz or phone 337 0364.

Region: Canterbury

Maungawhau-Mt Eden Weedbusting

Tuesday 31 October 2017, 9:30am

Friends of Maungawhau gather every Tuesday 0930 at top of Batger Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland to work on eco-restoration on Maungawhau-Mt Eden, usually removing a range of weeds.  Dress as for gardening with long sleeves, long pants, strong shoes for the steep, stony terrain. Gloves, tools, hi-vis vests provided. We work till about 1200-1230 with morning tea at 1100.  Our preference is for locals who may become regulars, but anyone is welcome.

Contact Jean Barton on 09 630 7010 or at keith_ayton@hotmail.com or info@maungawhau.co.nz.

Region: Auckland