Photos and Videos

below Frances Lee and the Frances Lee Track signpost - Christmas Day 2014 (photo Bruce Popplewell)

below BNZ staff on their sixth annual work day in the Park - 31 August 2016

below Ministry for Primary Industries volunteers (45 of them!) getting ready for much needed weeding in the Park, 04 March 2016.

below Conservation Volunteers - 10 February 2016, preparing areas for later planting

below St Benedict's (Khandallah) student helpers - 11 August 2015

For information on bird nesting research in the Wellington area contact Nyree Fea on 022-120-7237. Her study covers Fantails and Tuis including Trelissick Park nestings.

Oliver Vetter (on right) from Sustainable Coastlines found 11 willing volunteers from web development firm SilverStripe to help TPG at the working bee on 5 July 2015

Sathya Sai Service organisation after working on their adopted spot on Sunday 19 April 2015

below Trelissick Park Group work bee - 14 Dec 2014 - time for tea!

below BNZ workers - September 2014 - planting and weeding

below St Benedict's (Khandallah) student helpers - 17 June 2014

below corporate helpers from Contact Energy - 12 June 2014

below a video showing Trelissick Park in action with some regular visitors - A Walk in the Park.



The Onslow Historian publications by the Onslow Historical Society on the history of Trelissick Park - Volumes 39 and 40 - below.


Launch of The Onslow Historian publications by the Onslow Historical Society - 6 February 2014 in Trelissick Park, below.

 
Crofton Downs Primary School students preparing to attack some of the weeds in Trelissick Park - 18 November 2013 (photo by Jack Stanton), below.


Intrepid BNZ employees - clearing and planting as heavy rains are about to descend - 4 Sept 2103!

 
See our Facebook page for more information on this June rainy day adventure!


Springload employees helping on 24 May, 2013 with unloading, clearing and planting.


St Benedict’s School Enviro Group visit on 19 June 2012 for weeding and planting on the slopes below Hanover St


see the Trelissick Park Group Facebook page for more photo albums - you don't have to join Facebook to view the page & photo albums:

Trelissick Park Group - Facebook link for some more photos

below a sample video showing some of the Korimako Valley

 

 

 


 

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