If you are exploring braided rivers this summer stick to well-formed tracks and avoid areas where birds are nesting.
News & events
No matter what you’re doing in or around our rivers this summer season, be aware of weather forecasts and, if in doubt, keep out.
Members of our Youth Rōpū held a successful planting event in the Waimakariri River Regional Park to celebrate Conservation Week.
Be across the whitebait fishing regulations and be aware of common mistakes.
Our staff recently visited Lake Tekapo School to talk to the tamariki about changes happening in their local park – Takapō Regional Park.
Walking and biking trails and ornamental trees in Lake Tekapo/Takapō Regional Park will be protected during an upcoming removal of pest pine trees.
Join our ranger and biodiversity teams on one of our epic tree planting days alongside the Waimakariri River.
Be in to win a sustainable picnic prize as part of the Love Our Lakes campaign in the Waitaki lakes.
The Rangiora Reach Masterplan ensures cohesive and clearly communicated landscape planning for a section of the Ashley River/Rakahuri.
Avoiding nesting areas is the best way to protect our rare, ground-nesting birds. Nesting season usually runs from September to February.
Get Outdoors Week is from 12-20 November 2022 and offers a number of exciting events and activities to kick off summer.
Rubbish dumping is a large and costly problem, so we’re asking people to do the right thing with their rubbish.