Protecting the Hauraki Gulf
The Hauraki Gulf / Tīkapa Moana / Te Moananui-ā-Toi is a special place with its stunning coastlines, marine reserves, pristine beaches and native wildlife on islands.
Pests and waste threaten this beautiful natural environment but there are small actions we can all take together to protect its wildlife, islands and waters.
From conservation to vessel performance, commercial boat operators are increasingly finding biosecurity is good business practice.
A total ban on all outdoor fires is in place and previous permits are suspended.
Strengthened collaboration between Auckland’s Regional Parks and the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park a welcome step forward
Hauraki Gulf Forum Co-Chairs Nicola MacDonald and Pippa Coom have welcomed the adoption of Auckland Council’s new Regional Parks Management Plan (RPMP), which will see strengthened collaboration between Auckland’s Regional Parks and the Hauraki Gu...
An invasive seaweed that spreads rapidly has been discovered in waters surrounding Aotea Great Barrier Island.