Did you know that Mt Albert has the largest urban waterfall in Auckland? Explore Te Auaunga – Oakley Creek at night with the Mountains to Sea team and Friends of Oakley Creek.
We will be leading a guided walk and spot lighting event to showcase the biodiversity of this awa. See bullies, inanga, macroinvertebrates and possibly tuna – eels. Learn about the connection to the Motu Manawa marine reserve and hear about the amazing mahi that the Friends of Oakley creek are doing to restore this awa.
Registrations are essential for this event. This event is run by Experiencing Marine Reserves (EMR) and Whitebait Connection (WBC) which are both programmes of the Mountains to Sea Conservation Trust. We have the support of Friends of Oakley Creek. Te Auaunga Spotlighting is funded by the Local Activation Fund Programme, administered by Auckland Unlimited on behalf of the New Zealand Government. EMR has the support of The Bobby Stafford-Bush Foundation across our Auckland Events.
Numbers are limited to 20. Minimum age of 8.
When – 5:30pm to 7pm on Thursday 30th of June – back up of Friday the 1st.
If you are running late please call 021 0645125
Where: New metro carpark at the western end of Phyllis St, Mt Albert.
Information sheet to be found here: Te_Auaunga_Spotlighting_-_Info_Sheet_2021_-22.pdf653.42 KB