This month, stunning views from Bluff Hill Lookout can be complemented by a visit to Napier’s pretty Centennial Gardens and Sturm’s Gully; the QE II National Trust is protecting more private land in perpetuity; when visiting Wellington, don’t miss visiting Zealandia, the city’s 225 hectare wildlife sanctuary and the Jobs for Nature Programme proves to be a real ‘shot in the arm’ for conservation here in Hawke’s Bay.
Photo: Planting at Te Mata Park
1 October 2021
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