Help protect our kauri from kauri dieback disease
Kauri dieback disease is killing kauri trees in the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. The closure of some tracks and the creation of protection zones helps prevent the spread of this disease, but anyone using the park can play their part to save kauri. Please respect these guidelines when visiting:
- Always make sure your shoes, tyres and equipment are cleaned to remove all visible soil and plant material before and after visiting kauri forest.
- Always use the cleaning stations installed on major tracks.
- Stay on the track and off kauri roots.
- Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home.
Enjoy forest walks to amazing water falls and rivers. Or you can just enjoy the peaceful environment.
The Titirangi Village Market is an integral part of the heart and soul of Titirangi culture. Come along on Sunday and experience what makes it so special.
The last Saturday of each month we will be exploring our latest exhibitions with a free 1-hour drawing club for adults. Participate in a series of simple drawing and sketching exercises in a relaxed environment. Book in with a friend!
Have you ever thought about someone you know, and shortly after, you get a call from them.
Each month we gather for fellowship and learning about plants and gardening for all aspects of horticulture.