Help protect our kauri from kauri dieback disease
Kauri dieback is an incurable disease threatening our native kauri trees.
Here’s how you can help protect our kauri for future generations:
- Scrub – clean all soil off your footwear, tyres and other gear, every time you enter or leave a forest/area with native trees.
- Spray – your footwear and gear at every cleaning station. Kauri dieback can be spread by just a pinhead of soil.
- Stay – on the designated open tracks; never step on kauri roots.
- Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home.
Our country market is held once a month in the Pollok Hall, on the Beautiful Awhitu Peninsula.
Come along and meet the community and see what bargains you can pick up.
Let the good times roll Pukekohe! The Big Bike Film Night is back in the Bay on its mission- bringing the best cycling short films from around the world together for you.
As part of the World of Cultures celebration here at Franklin, The Centre, Artist Siniva Williams will guide your kids in learning about Tongan Ngatu (Tapa Cloth) using similar process to Ngatu making using paper, crayons, and Indian ink.
A Classic Car and Hot Rod show run by a small community group dedicated to fundraise for local community projects.
This car show is rapidly growing with previous years event attracting over 300+ car displayed.
Sunday, April 16, is the time for a cruise to Clarks Beach!
Where fire, friends and family 'meat' - Lavalla introduces a BBQ pit hosted by Lavalla's resident, award winning pit master, Tony!
Arrivals from 11:30am - food service from 12-2pm - 4pm finish
Adult 12+ - $95
Children U12 - $47.50