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Find Tongariro Alpine Crossing booking system information for concessionaires.
DOC is implementing a range of changes to the Tongariro Alpine Crossing to better manage the pressures and strengthen cultural and heritage values in the area.
Have your say on an application for a permit under the Mari ne Mammals Protection Act 1978 by BBC Natural History and Factual Productions Limited. Submissions close 31 October 2023.
Have your say on an application for a marine mammal permit submitted by Cruise Milford NZ Limited. Submissions close 30 October 2023.
Have your say on an application for a marine mammal permit submitted by Fiordland Expeditions Limited. Submissions close 30 October 2023.
This is the final report for INT2021-02: Characterisation of protected coral interactions.
Two critically threatened matuku-hūrepo/Australasian bittern were killed on a stretch of State Highway 12 between Rotu Forest and Maitahi, just outside Dargaville in recent weeks.
DOC says the project to upgrade Tuatapere’s Hump Ridge track has been slowed by supply chain delays, weather conditions and arduous terrain.
Have your say on a permit application from Carlos Wilkie to hold, import, and export one carved sperm whale jawbone. Submissions close 25 October 2023.
Have your say on a permit application by WSP Wildwater Productions to film New Zealand fur seals on the Kaikoura Coastline and Ohau Falls by the use of a drone. Submissions close 25 October 2023.
Have your say on a permit application Intention to grant a marine mammal permit to Terry Hartley Langdale-Hunt to import and hold three carved humpback whale bones from Tonga. Submissions close 25 October 2023.
Application from Terry Hartley Langdale-Hunt for a marine mammal permit
Check when Stewart Island hunting blocks are available during October - December, before making an online booking request.
This is the final report for POP2022-04: Deep diving into decades of uncatalogued corals.
Tracks and infrastructure on public conservation land in flood-affected Southland and Otago have held up well but visitors are still advised to exercise caution and keep up to date with relevant information.
More kea are being seen in the Nelson Lakes area to the delight of visitors and DOC staff, and it’s an encouraging sign their numbers there are growing.
This the annual report for INT2020-02 Identification of marine mammals captured in New Zealand fisheries in 2020/21 (1 July 2021 - 30 June 2022).
Find out about walking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing from May to October.
DOC is expecting flood damage across conservation areas in Southland and Otago and is advising people to reconsider any backcountry travel.
The State of Emergency across Southland and parts of Otago has been lifted.
Tramp up the Pearse River to the Pearse River Resurgence.