T.E.R:R.A.I.N - Taranaki Educational Resource: Research, Analysis and Information Network

Friends of Pukekura Park

Contact Information

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Friends of Pukekura Park
P. O. Box 484
New Plymouth 4340

The Friends of Pukekura Park, New Plymouth, Inc. was formed in 1996 with the aim to see the special nature of Pukekura Park maintained and celebrated as unique. We assist the Park staff where appropriate, encouraging the public to enjoy the Park and be involved with activities which are in keeping with the unique natural character of the Park.

The ‘Pukekura Park Portal Project’ was the pilot project for T.E.R:R.A.I.N, a Community Partnership Fund project, which was coordinated by The Friends of Pukekura Park in partnership with Puke Ariki, New Plymouth.

Map Viewer
Visit maps of Pukekura Park hosted by MAIN Trust NZ . As you zoom in the aerial photos will appear, and allow you to have a close up view of the Park.

Kete Pukekura
Kete – our digital library of historical and botanical information
The Friends encourage the local community to add information about the Park in the form of images, documents, audio and video files to the Kete. The resources of both the Park map and the Kete interlink. http://kete.pukekura.org.nz.

Visit the Friends' official website http://www.pukekura.org.nz where background to the Friends of Pukekura Park may be found, along with information about the ecology and history of Pukekura Park

Research projects in Pukekura Park
60 Springs environmental sustainability project was run by Puke Ariki and sponsored by Shell NZ and the Taranaki Regional Council. For some years school students’ field research was based in Pukekura Park, surveying birdlife and frogs, and collecting data on weather and water quality following the Environmental Monitoring and Action Project guidelines. Results from the projects may be seen on the Pukekura Park Kete. Schools which may like to follow on with such projects are welcome to contact us. Whilst the 60 Springs Project is no longer sponsored the framework may be used.

 map for mobile phones

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