Get involved with conservation groups working with DOC in the Coromandel.

Listed below are some volunteer based groups that you can get involved with. You'll learn new skills, meet like-minded people, contribute to conservation, and increase your connection to your local community and natural spaces.

For more conservation volunteer opportunities in the Coromandel:

Driving Creek Conservation Park

Aim: To plant native trees throughout the park and maintain the sanctuary that has been established on the property within the 1.75 hectares of land surrounded by a predator proof fence.

Driving Creek Railway Trust website

Kauri 2000 Coromandel Peninsula

Aim: To plant kauri on publicly-owned land on the Coromandel Peninsula.

Kauri 2000 on Nature Space website

Moehau Environment Group 

Aim: To protect and enhance the natural environment of the Northern Coromandel Peninsula.

Moehau Environment Group website

Thames Coast Kiwi Care

Aim: To sustain a small remnant population of Coromandel brown kiwi at Te Mata and Tapu by protecting juvenile kiwi from predators and raising awareness about adult kiwi mortality.

Thames Coast Kiwi Care website

Whenuakite Kiwi Care Group

Aim: To protect and reverse the decline of kiwi on land between Tairua and Hot Water Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula.

Whenuakite Kiwi Care Group on Nature Space website

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