Welcome to Friends of Le Roys Bush

 Welcome to the Friends of Le Roys Bush website
Le Roys Bush (Wai Manawa) is a beautiful complex of reserves with streams and walkways running from Birkenhead Village (Highbury) down to Little Shoal Bay beach

You are invited to these activities 
  • Bush Rescue working parties:
    • You are cordially invited to join us on our next bush rescue working bee:
      • Friday       6 April    -  251 Hinemoa Street 
      • Sunday   25 March  - Location to be advised -  call Keith on 021-240-9414
    • You are also warmly invited to the following Pest Free Kaipatiki events:
      • ​Monday 26 March  - PFK Special General Meeting - topic - protecting Kaipatiki'ss Kauri Forests from dieback - see pestfreekaipatiki.org.nz
      • Saturday mornings - 9 to 11 am - get your pest control needs at 251 HInemoa Street (till 17 March)
    • Join in the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz - go to 

    • Thanks to all who have helped out all year and in particular
 The Kaipatiki Local Board for the Small Improvement Projects funding they have provided to complement voluntary work in Valley Road and Little Shoal Bay wetland.
Also thanks for their support for Pest Free Kaipatiki
 The Bank of New Zealand for the wonderful volunteer assistance as part of the Closed for Good programme
See Thanks-to-our-sponsors for more details
  • Track upgrade programme
    • We have been meeting with Council staff and consultants about a programme to upgrade Le Roys Bush tracks over the next few years. Watch the news page.
  • Beyond the Fence 

Rat bait blitz  - see Rat Blitz programme  - to learn how to join next blitz 

Weed bags
Ecomatters in New Lynn sells big black weed bags that you can keep at the bottom of your garden for weeds to rot down in. Prices are: Medium $35   Jumbo $45  We get a small discount for bulk orders. 
If you'd like to buy a weedbag, contact Ecomatters direct or if you'd like to buy in bulk, email leroysbush@gmail.com.

For news and photos see our news page

Thanks to our sponsors - Auckland Council