School of fish at Poor Knights IslandsImage: Vincent Zintzen | DOC
DOC is launching a new booking system and invites those wishing to book a Great Walk to start signing up now. Bookings for the nine Great Walks open over the next two weeks for the 2018/19 season.
After a month of care and rehabilitation, our staff had the privilege of releasing Tiaki the Kea back to his mountain home in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.
The access application to develop and operate an opencast coal mine on Mt Te Kuha near Westport has been declined.
For the 2018/19 Great Walks season DOC is trialling the introduction of differential pricing for international visitors staying in huts and campsites on four of its most popular Great Walks.
Expertise and a little Kiwi ingenuity keep the lights on and the motors running on Codfish island/Whenua Hou.
If you find a New Zealand fur seal it's usually best to leave it alone, however, there are exceptions.
DOC is appealing for information about the deaths of nine red-billed gulls in Kaikoura.
DOC continues its programme of upgrading tracks in the Kauri Coast to help prevent the spread of kauri dieback.
DOC is making a change to a service it provides to businesses exporting deer and other animal products.
The most popular walking tracks in Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Park are also among the best place in New Zealand to see a whio in the wild, according to recent bird counts.