Waiheke Marine Project

The first wave of momentum for the Marine Project came from a Waiheke Collective meeting in April 2019 when it was suggested that the Waiheke Collective make a commitment to collaborate around the Marine Environment.  It was asked who thought that was a good idea...
Oceanic Leaders

Oceanic Leaders

Inviting twelve CEO’s and Chairs  from influential organisations around the Hauraki Gulf to focus on high level innovation for the health of the Gulf. The project uses an internationally proven approach to change leadership, starting with outdoor immersion on Great...

Predator Free Waiheke

The idea and initial work of Predator Free Waiheke has grown and evolved into the free standing organisation called Te Korowai O Waiheke. Please Click here to learn more, or keep reading to learn about the history of this project.  Initial funding from the DOC...
Waiheke Walking Festival

Waiheke Walking Festival

The Waiheke Walking Festival was initiated by Auckland Council in 2011 and for the first two years, the Hauraki Gulf Conservation Trust played a minimal role, acting mainly as a conduit for funding in conjunction with the Waiheke Local Board and various sponsors. In...

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