Community Planting Day at Scott Point
Come along and join the fun as we plant 3,000 new native plants along the Nimrod Esplanade (meeting spot at Coastal pathway access from Tai Crescent).

Organised by Kaipātiki Project and Habitat Hobsonville, the purpose is to beautify the coastal esplanade, restore native plants and attract native birds and insects.

Bring your family and friends. Wear good shoes or boots, bring gloves and a spade if you have
one but we will provide these if you don't. All ages welcome. Refreshments and sausages provided by Auckland Council.
Cost: FREE
See below for event times
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Date Time Location
Date
10/07/2021
Time
9:30am - 12pm
Location
Coastal pathway access from Tai Crescent, Scott Point, Hobsonville
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Event supported by

Thank you to Pacific Development and Conservation Trust, Auckland Council and Habitat Hobsonville for supporting this project.

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