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Looking towards Otago Harbour across the publicly owned Hereweka Harbour Cone property.
 
Photo by Paul Pope

Releasing of plants in a native revegetation project and a walk up Harbour Cone

Hereweka Harbour Cone Trust —

On Sunday 23 April from 10am - 1pm and ANZAC Day from 9.30-12.30pm  you have the opportunity to play a part in the survival of recent native plantings at the base of Harbour Cone. After a couple of hours of releasing the plants you may like to hike up Hereweka to splendid  views of the Otago Peninsula while having your picnic lunch.

Residents of Dunedin persuaded the City Council to purchase the iconic and historic Hereweka Harbour Cone Block in order to avoid housing being built on it and its natural values being lost. It is now a working farm and recreational area managed by the Hereweka Harbour Cone Trust.

To join members of STOP (Save the Otago Peninsula) in this working bee meet at the end of Bacon St off Turnbulls Bay, Broad Bay.

All tools and gloves provided. Children welcome

Bring your own lunch and refreshments.

Contact: Lala by email at lala.frazer@gmail.com, 

or Text 027 875 6020

 

A free event.