Rangitoto Island Historic Conservation Trust

Rangitoto volunteers.
Rangitoto volunteers

The aim of the trust is to conserve and interpret the historic bach communities on Rangitoto Island for the benefit of all New Zealanders.

Following the formation of the trust in July 1997 a number of baches have been restored, one of which has been turned into a museum.

You can help

Join the Trust

You can support the valuable restoration work on Rangitoto by becoming a member of the Rangioto Island Historic Conservation Trust.

Membership enquiries:
14 Esperanto Road
Papatoetoe
Auckland

Volunteer on Rangitoto

Volunteers painting a bach, Rangitoto Island.
Volunteers painting a bach, Rangitoto Island

The trust needs volunteers who can cut timber, swing a hammer or wield a paintbrush to further the plans for restoration of the bach communities. Tasks include painting, general building maintenance work and clean up tasks, weeding and archiving material about the history of the baches.   

Volunteers may be able to stay over on the island on some weekends.

2014 dates: second and fourth Saturdays of the month.

Transport: Fullers ferry from Downtown Ferry Terminal, Auckland.

Contact

For volunteer and maintenance information:

Allan Godsall
Email: agodsall@orcon.net.nz or rangitoto@orcon.net.nz
Phone: +64 9 634 0161 or +64 9 634 7020

For general enquiries:

PO Box 13-374
Onehunga
Auckland


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To find out how you can get involved in conservation activities near you, contact your local DOC office