Visiting Matuku Link: as we are a very small team, we are not always here – which means the gate might be shut! Please contact us if you would like to visit Matuku Link. Dogs are not allowed as we have active pest control methods in place to protect our birds.
If you’d like to become a volunteer, get in touch! We have regular nursery days on Tuesday mornings and a working bee on the third Sunday of every month. If you’re interested in giving guided tours or helping with our education days, let us know. We welcome all, and if you’re lucky, there might just be cake!
Find out more about how Matuku Link came to be here: https://matukulink.org.nz/the-financial-backstory/
Leah joined Matuku Link in 2022, bringing her love of learning and passion for the natural world to our education programme. A former primary school teacher, Leah has worked in schools in both New Zealand and the UK. While living in Bristol, she...
Rebecca joined Matuku Link in 2023, after volunteering with our education programme for a year. She grew up locally exploring the Waitākere Ranges and West Coast beaches. Now she shares her love of the natural world with her three children. Rebecca...
From project managing a national museum in The Netherlands to wetland conservation in New Zealand - it's more similar than you'd think. Annalily joined the trust as secretary in 2016 to help raise funds for the purchase of Matuku Link. She kept...
The success of Matuku Link would not be possible without the support of people, businesses and organisations who have given generously of time, money and materials. Most materials used in renovating the barn and building our accessible walkways are either donated or sold to the trust at cost by friendly suppliers. Thank you to all our sponsors for your generosity.
Secretary Annalily van den Broeke
021-2207136 or email us at email@example.com
111 Bethells Road, Te Henga, Auckland
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