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Join a local group

Pest Free Kaipātiki is providing support to 55 reserve and cluster groups in the Kaipātiki area, working together to keep our backyards, shared spaces, parks and reserves pest free.

There are a number of ways that you can get involved:

  • Join a local group: There are many volunteer community groups in your area and you can contact them directly to volunteer with them or ask us for an introduction. Get in touch with us to find out more or see below for a current list of groups.

  • Check for local events: Many of the groups have regular working bees and events. You can find them on our Events page or on the local group pages below.

  • Start a new group: Thinking of starting a new group in your area or would you like to start a restoration project with your neighbours? Get in touch with us and we can discuss the resources that we can provide. 


List of Local Groups

Select a group below to contact them directly. For groups which have no link, please contact us to find out more.

The links below are external to our website and PFK are not responsible for their content.  Contact us if you enconuter any issues with these links.

Bayview Restoration Project (Living Bayview)
Beyond the Fence
Birkenhead War Memorial Park (BWMP)
Chelsea Heritage Estate & Regional Park Association 

Eskdale Backyard Predator Control
Fernglen Native Plant Gardens
Friends of Chelsea Estate Heritage Park
Friends of Linley Reserve

Friends of Monarch Park
Friends of Le Roys Bush
Friends of Shepherds Park
Gretel Reserve Pest Free Team

Hadfield St. Reserve
Hinemoa Park Bush Restoration Group
Kauri Point Centennial Park & Chatswood Reserves (KPCPCR)
Kaipatiki Project (Eskdale & Witheford)
Kauri Glen Bush Society
Kauri Park Conservation Group

Lancaster Restoration Project
Ngā Kaitiaki o Kahika Point Reserve

Onepoto Reserve Restoration Group
Onepoto Basin

Rangatira Rangers
Stancich Reserve
Smiths Bush and Akoranga Restoration Group
Soldiers Bay & Kauri Point Domain Restoration Group
Tuff Crater Restoration Project, North Shore (Forest & Bird)
Verran Gully Halo volunteers (formally VERG)

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