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Many of us take to the Hauraki Gulf to enjoy the summer weather, it’s important we all protect this treasured natural resource from pests, pollution and waste.
We love to visit the Hauraki Gulf over summer. But it’s important we all protect it from pests, pollution and waste.
Planning on heading out on the Hauraki Gulf this summer?
Auckland Council’s summer waste barge service returns to Waiheke
Help us keep Auckland and its waterways beautiful.
Watch what goes down your drain. Wastewater can pollute our waterways.
Visitors and boaties asked to rethink waste and plan to leave nothing behind
Aotea / Great Barrier Local Board is supporting Te Kura O Ōkiwi and Mana Whenua to take action to protect Aotea’s waters.
Waitematā Local Board has passed a notice of motion that supports the Hauraki Gulf Forum in its goal to restore 1000m2 of shellfish beds and protect 30 per cent of the Hauraki Gulf.
Ports of Auckland will soon be welcoming the world’s first full-sized electric tugboat and you can choose its name.
In preparation for the return to the water, Auckland Council is urging boat owners to check their vessels for pests, both above and below the water, before heading out.
Cameras on Motukorea/Browns Island in the Hauraki Gulf have captured footage of Aucklanders accessing the island during both lockdown Alert Levels 4 and 3.
The summer waste barge service moored at Man O’ War Bay, Waiheke Island, will close on Friday, 7 February 2020, after Waitangi Day.
The summer pop-up waste drop-off service at Port Fitzroy will close after Saturday, 1 February.