Curious about what’s going on at Wairakei Estate? There’s lots to discover — whether it’s a small project or or a big initiative, we’re always working on something new. From our community planting days to industry-leading environmental initiatives, you might be surprised to learn what’s going on in your own backyard.
Entailing a swim, cycle and running course at Lake Taupō, more than 460 school students participated in the first in-person event since Covid.
How does the small action of collecting wild seeds lead to the bigger picture of thriving ecological areas? Discover all the details from our busy day with Ngāti Tahu – Ngāti Whaoa.
We were delighted to see the annual Wairakei Estate Ironkidz return in 2022 after a year-long hiatus.
A new relationship agreement and ecological restoration project with Ngāti Tahu – Ngāti Whaoa acknowledges shared hopes for a sustainable future.
We attended the 2022 National Freshwater Conference, engaging with Aotearoa’s leading experts to stay informed and inspired on all things freshwater.
No two days are the same for Robin Gerding, Wairakei Estate's busy Conservation Manager. Here she shares her passion for the natural world.
How do we kickstart our pursuit towards a predator-free future? We explore what the path to Predator Free 2050 looks like.
The Tahorakuri Wetland project saw pastoral farming land transformed into a protected area for everyone to enjoy.
Students, seniors and 5,000 seedlings — the propagation project connects community and conservation for another year.