You are cordially invited to join us at Travis Wetland Education Centre for a BBQ and Forum at 4pm this Sunday 23 November:
(A print quality version of this poster is available here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/z4j3qk395cjsnm0/FaunaForum2.pdf?dl=0 )
We look forward to seeing you ... [More]
This Sunday will see another round of native planting within the red zone at Anzac Drive Reserve on the last day of Conservation Week 2014. [More]
Saturday 25 October.
Celebrate the inanga heke (whitebait migration) by following the river upstream from New Brighton to the city for CityUps in the evening. Join us at the New Brighton Clocktower at 2pm or at any point along the way: 3pm, Avondale Bridge; 4pm, Gayhu... [More]
It was perfect walking conditions most of the way on the big river walk on 27 September 2014. Spring added a lot of life and colour to the river and banks with flowers, blossom, ducklings and cygnets in abundance. A lovely group of people that swelled to forty four along the River Road str... [More]
New high schools, a city-to-sea river park, eco-sanctuary, flatwater sports lake, heritage garden park, wave garden, and aquatic centres are among more than 25 proposals from the public for the eastern suburbs that feedback is now being sought on. [More]
Matariki Planting Day, 10:30am – 2:00pm, Saturday 28 June 2014
Anzac Drive Reserve (off Chimera Crescent) [More]
Public Forum - 2pm, Saturday 24 May, Wainoni Methodist Church, 878 Avonside Drive
~ See you there! [More]
A day’s celebration of Christchurch’s regenerating wetlands.
To celebrate the regeneration of wetlands in Christchurch on Sunday 2 February 2014, we are running an all-day coach trip with guided walking tours of Styx Mill Conservation Reserve, Horseshoe Lake, Travis Wetland, Charlesworth Reserve and South Brighton Reserve. [More]
SATURDAY 2 NOVEMBER - mark this in you diary now as its Spring River Festival 2013 and it promises to be a truly awesome! [More]
Have Your Say on CCC Plans for the South Brighton Reserves at a public forum on 5 October. These are the first riverside lands for which draft development plans have been published. [More]