2022Sun01May10:00 am11:11 amGuided Walk: Nature at Cornwall ParkTake a journey of discovery through Cornwall Park with Maddy, exploring the curiosities and interconnections within nature.10:00 am - 11:11 am Huia Lodge Discovery Hub | Cornwall Park, Michael Horton Drive, Cornwall Park, Epsom, Auckland 1051Type:Environmental,FreeWhere:Central AucklandAges:All Ages
(Sunday) 10:00 am - 11:11 am
Join Maddy for a FREE walk to explore Cornwall Park and delve into our connection with nature on Sunday 1st May from 10am to 11am. This walk is designed to cover
Join Maddy for a FREE walk to explore Cornwall Park and delve into our connection with nature on Sunday 1st May from 10am to 11am.
This walk is designed to cover a broad cross section of the elements of Cornwall Park ecology and how all of nature’s elements connect to one another. We will explore things from trees, to birds and our sheep poo! This walk is crafted to people who are new to the world of ecology and suitable for all ages including children (children must be accompanied by caregivers).
Registration is essential and numbers are limited. To register for this guided walk email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please dress for the weather conditions, wear sturdy shoes and bring a drink bottle with you.
To attend the walk participants over 12 years and three months old will need to present their My Vaccine Pass on arrival and scan our QR code. Masks are required for the introduction and registration, but not required for the outdoor component of the walk if the participants remain socially distanced. If you feel more comfortable wearing them the whole time, we support your decision.
Location: meet at the Huia Lodge Discovery Hub
Maddy used to work at Cornwall Park as part of the Huia Lodge Discovery Hub team where she designed trails, wrote a lot of ecology content and greeted visitors. She now spends her time working at Kelmarna Gardens where she is the chief composter, managing Soil Factory, their community composting social enterprise. In this role she supports local businesses and residents to join the circular local food loop, reclaiming organic resources and creating living compost to support our food production. When not at Kelmarna, Maddy also works on developing and delivering urban composting solutions at For the Love of Bees.
This event will take place if it fits within the current Protection Framework restrictions and Government guidelines at the time. Possibility of postponement or cancellation if Framework restrictions and New Zealand Government guidelines change, or if the event is affected by staffing shortages.
This event will be facilitated and a My Vaccine Pass is required to attend. Please have your vaccine pass ready to present to the team on arrival as well as scanning the QR code.
Health Guidelines for this Event
Cornwall Park Trust BoardCornwall Park is the oasis at the heart of Auckland city for New Zealanders. The park celebrates the city and its inhabitants with music, events and activities. It is more than just a park — it is 425 acres (172 hectares) of New Zealand’s living history, weaving together our heritage, ecology, agriculture, wildlife, mauri, and community within its lush landscape. The Cornwall Park Trust Board, who manages and operates Cornwall Park, continues to honour Sir John Logan Campbell's wish was that the park be free for every New Zealander to enjoy, forever.09 630 8485 PO Box 26072, Epsom 1344, Auckland, New Zealand