12 April 12:00am till 19 April 12:00am
The Chatham’s group of islands have a unique and rich biological heritage. They are home to 20 percent of New Zealand’s threatened bird species and 14 percent of our threatened plants. Many rare and beautiful birds and plants await your discovery. In addition, you will learn of the unique Moriori culture, early European whaling and missionary ruins, tree carvings and enjoy the friendly island hospitality. Take this great opportunity!
Full details of all events are listed in the current newsletter
Visiting the recently opened Sculptureum in Matakana, including two gardens and indoor gallery, followed by a glass of wine on the verandaUploaded on 10 JUN 2017
65 TUACS gathered to celebrate Christmas in the sun in Cornwall ParkUploaded on 07 DEC 2016
Must be the most popular event of the year, with our hosts Guy and Maureen organising a fabulous weekend in Omokoroa in The Bay of Plenty for a huge crowd of TUAC'sUploaded on 27 NOV 2016
A combination of Thumbs up and Meetup members take on the challenge of sledging the Kaituna rapids near RotoruaUploaded on 29 FEB 2016
A great morning for a walk around the beautiful Auckland Botanic gardens to inspect this years Sculpture ExhibitionUploaded on 10 JAN 2016