Get involved with conservation groups who are working with the Department of Conservation (DOC) to protect New Zealand's natural and cultural heritage. You can also volunteer for a DOC project.
Find out about some of the conservation activities the Chinese Conservation Education Trust is involved in.
CUE Haven is a restoration project on the South Kaipara Harbour aiming to restore farmland to native forest. Planting days can be organised for groups or corporate volunteers at CUE Haven.
Friends of Mansion House is a society formed to support the activities of DOC in the preservation, maintenance, restoration and promotion of Mansion House.
Find out about volunteer opportunities at Glenfern Sanctuary on Great Barrier Island/Aotea.
The Kaipatiki Project was set up in 1998 and now helps protect over 70 hectares of native bush in Glenfield on Auckland’s North Shore.
The Little Barrier Island (Hauturu) Supporters' Trust aims to raise awareness of this significant reserve, as well as to raise funds for conservation projects on the island.
The Mataia Restoration Project on the South Kaipara Harbour aims to restore 400 hectares of coastal native forest margins and saltmarsh wetlands. Volunteer days can be organised for groups or corporate volunteers.
Find out about volunteer opportunities with the Motu Kaikoura Trust on Motu Kaikoura Island, near Great Barrier Island/Aotea.
The Motuihe Trust is leading the restoration of Motuihe Island.
The society was set up in 1995 with a view to restoring the native forest habitat by planting native trees grown from seed collected on the island.
The trust aims to restore the cultural and natural landscape of Motutapu - the mosaic of Motutapu.
Find out about breeding and flocking sites in the Auckland region for the New Zealand dotterel and other shorebirds, and the community groups and local residents who protect them.
This group help check traps and monitor the New Zealand dotterel and other shorebirds at the important breeding site of Omaha Spit.
The aim of the trust is to conserve and interpret the historic bach communities on Rangitoto Island for the benefit of all New Zealanders.
The Raroa Project is an initiative of the Hibiscus Coast Branch of Forest and Bird at a reserve at Stanmore Bay, Whangaparaoa. Volunteer days can be organised for groups or corporate volunteers at the Raroa Project.
The Stony Batter Protection and Restoration Society needs volunteers to help restore the unique Stony Batter complex.
The Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi is a non-profit conservation volunteer group founded in 1988 to restore the island of Tiritiri Matangi and establish an open sanctuary for endangered native species.
Find out how you can help with predator control in the Omaha Ecological Area.
Naturespace - ecological restoration groups in your area