Tree Planting Day

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Atiu Creek Regional Park

414 Run Road

Tapora, Auckland 0977

New Zealand

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Join our University community at Tree Planting day!

About this event

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Business School Health, Safety and Wellbeing Committee is excited to announce the Tree Planting Day at Atiu Creek Regional Park!

Please join us (UoA Business School staff) in the volunteering activity hosted by Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) for a day of planting at Atiu Creek Regional Park. The event will take place at the end of the planting season, so this is your last chance to participate in planting activities with CVNZ in 2022. We will get together to restore the area back to the native bush, give back to the community and connect with people at the University of Auckland!


Business School staff is invited to volunteer for the environmental cause.


FREE transportation will be provided for 20 people. Meeting point and pick up - OGGB, 12 Grafton Road. *BOOKING REQUIRED

There are 15 more spaces for people who can get to the Atiu Creek by their own car. Please specify how you want to get to the park when registering. *BOOKING REQUIRED


Free BBQ will be provided for all UoA volunteers after the tree planting.


8.10am: Meet at the University of Auckland,12 Grafton Road to get a ride in our van

9.45am: Meet onsite at the car park at the main entrance to the park, Run Road, Tapora.

10.00am – 1.30pm: Welcome and Planting

1.30pm: BBQ

2.30pm: Depart

Please note that CVNZ will provide all necessary equipment, plants/trees, transportation, and staff to be with us on-site and explain the tree planting process.

You will receive an information pack after you register.

If you have questions about this volunteering event, please contact Anastasia Timoshkina at

About park

This beautiful and little visited park has extensive harbour frontage with large tracts of native forest supporting a range of flora and fauna which provides habitat for the nationally threatened New Zealand dabchick and brown teal. This is a stunning coastal area that is now under intensive regeneration. We would love for you to come out and escape from the city for the day to help restore this beautiful site by planting hundreds of native trees and shrubs along the gully to filter contaminants before they reach the waterway and provide important shade and habitat for native fauna.

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