Community groups and businesses can list Conservation Week events on Eventfinda.


Conservation Week events published on Eventfinda will automatically be listed on our Conservation Week events page.

Listing Conservation Week events on Eventfinda

1. To list your event, you'll need an Eventfinda account. It's free to join and list events.

2. When you create your Conservation Week event, copy and paste the following phrase into the description:

This event is part of Conservation Week 2019 -

3. If you need an image, you can use the Conservation Week event banner (JPG, 167K).

After your event goes live on Eventfinda, it will also be listed on the Conservation Week events page on this website.

Tip: You can add your event under the category Festivals & Lifestyle > Conservation, Environment if it doesn't fit under the other categories.

Guidelines for Conservation Week events

Conservation Week is about getting people out in our special places, and caring for and enjoying our nature.

Show your support by actively promoting Conservation Week at your event. You could do some of the following:


Event listings on the Department of Conservation "Conservation Week" Events Page are populated by selected listings, based solely on event providers including "Conservation Week 2018" in their Eventfinda listing.

The events listed and linked on the Events Page are for convenience of users and their inclusion on the Events Page does not constitute any endorsement or authorisation by the Department of Conservation, except for those events organised by the Department of Conservation.

The Department of Conservation is not responsible for the events that are listed on the Events Page, or for the content or accuracy of the event information, except for those events organised by the Department of Conservation.

DOC retains the right to report any Eventfinda listing appearing on the Events Page to Eventfinda, if it considers the event listing to be inappropriate, offensive or otherwise a breach of the Eventfinda Terms of service. Those who rely on the Events Page do so at their own risk.

Information changes regularly so you should use the Events Page as a guide only and refer to the Eventfinda listing or contact the event provider directly to confirm any details.

It is the event provider's responsibility to ensure the accuracy of its event information, to handle all communication (such as bookings, queries or cancellations) with participants, and to comply with all health and safety and regulatory requirements, including the Eventfinda terms of service.

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