All at Once: Te Ara Awataha

Join us at the incredible Te Ara Awataha for a day in the bush, restoring native ecosystems and connecting local community to the land and stream!

We have teamed up with musician and environmental advocate, Jack Johnson, this month as an All at Once Non-Profit Partner for his tour in New Zealand. In recognition of this, we'll be playing some laid back, but thought-provoking Jack Johnson music in the background while we work this week!


Location:  Jessie Tonar Scout Reserve, 21 Kaka Street, Northcote

When: 10 December 2022

Time: 10am - 12:30pm

Bring: Garden gloves if you have some, water, any food you may like to have with you and closed-toe footwear. All tools provided.


Restoration at Te Ara Awataha is an ongoing endeavour for Kaipātiki Project, where we host volunteers once a month, year round, to remove pest plants, trap pest animals and (in season) plant native trees. It has been part of a stream daylighting project, community green belt and zero waste initiative in Northcote.

Join us and meet the wonderful group of local volunteers who have been caring for and restoring this natural wonder each month, and learn about the cultural significance, the native ecosystems and the regeneration process from our expert restoration and community activators who lead the groups.


Thanks for your help, we look forward to seeing you there!




Cost: FREE
See below for event times
Date Time Location
10am - 12:30pm
21 Kaka Street, Northcote, Auckland
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