Awataha Greenway Project
Since March 2019, we have been clearing plant species that are in the wrong place. As part of our Matariki celebrations, we had lots of help to infill a small number of native plants on the site. We’ve also discovered that the harakeke is of a high quality. We’ll continue working on cleaning up some of the harakeke stands. Our focus is starting to shift to some of the wild ginger onsite. Come down and give us a hand!

Things to bring:
- Suitable closed-toed footwear – gumboots or boots
- Clothing appropriate for the weather
- Reusable water bottle
- Sun protection

Please register to ensure that you’ve reserved your sausage sizzle. If you have additional food requirements – please mention it in your registration or email us.
Cost: Free
See below for event times
Awataha greenway project kaipatiki 2019
Date Time Location
10am - 2pm
21 Kaka Street, Northcote, Auckland
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About Awataha Greenway Project

As part of the wider Awataha Greenway Project, Kaipātiki Project is working on a community-led restoration of the Jessie Tonar Scout Reserve.

This bush-clad reserve at the end of Kākā Street is home to the source of the Awataha Stream and had deep significance to local Mana Whenua. The flow-on effects from the Awataha Greenway Project will be significant, contributing to numerous ecological and social improvements the whole community will benefit from for years to come.