|Welcome to Le Roys Bush - a beautiful complex of reserves with streams and walkways running from Highbury down to Little Shoal Bay beach.
- This website is for people who enjoy walking through the bush and want to learn more about it.
- Or who would like to help keep it beautiful and free of pest plants.
Best wishes for the Easter and Anzac Day weekends. Le Roys Bush is looking great at present - it is great to see the track remetalled from Le Roy Tce almost down to the 3 track junction. Many of the areas which have been weed fests for years are looking much much better. Don't forget to use the kauri dieback cleaning stations and please keep your pets to the tracks.
Want to learn more? Read on below!
- Thanks to Auckland Council EIF fund for 2014 grant
- We are delighted to hear that the EIF is supporting us again in 2014
- Many thanks to Auckland Council, the Kaipatiki Local Board and the Council's Parks, Biosecurity and other departments that assist us
- This will allow us to supplement the wonderful work undertaken by volunteers with professional help controlling the pest plants that continually threaten to re-invade the wetland and surrounding bush
- Birkenhead Point Community Group
If you live on Birkenhead Point, you may get an invitation to join the Birkenhead Point Community Group on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/birkenheadpoint/ - if you don't wish to join it on Facebook but would like to be kept informed of events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the email list.
And if you don't get an invitation to join - email email@example.com for information on how to join.
- RMA - concerned about the impact the RMA reforms may have on our bush reserves? Click here
NatureSpace is a growing site to link together community restoration efforts across NZ.
- New Zealand’s iconic endemic longfin eel (tuna) is in trouble.
Thanks to our sponsors:
The LRB Management Committee gratefully acknowledges support from the Auckland Council : a grant from the EIF fund towards weed control, the Parks Department and Biosecurity Services and from the Kaipatiki Local Board