Walk Open Times

Walk Open Times

With Minister Poto Williams opening our bridge and accessible walkway last week, we can now invite people to test it out. It is NOT a concrete, flat path though! It is part boardwalk and part gravel, which might not suit all wheels. As we are a tiny team, we’re...
First Walk and Wheel!

First Walk and Wheel!

What a day… a bright summer day in Spring, with all of our funders, friends, supporters, volunteers to celebrate the opening of our accessible bridge and walkway, by our very own Minister of Conservation and Disability Issues Poto Williams! Trustee John...
Bridge Opening by Minister

Bridge Opening by Minister

Auckland’s first accessible wetland – the doctor, the duck and the walkway Minister of Conservation and Disability Issues Poto Williams is perfectly placed to be opening the first accessible wetland boardwalk in Auckland’s largest wetland, built by Jobs4Nature,...
Holiday Program!

Holiday Program!

Do you love the outdoors? Have you always wanted to spend a day discovering everything a wetland has to offer? Matuku Link is excited to invite children aged 7-12 to our inaugural Holiday Programme Day on the 12th October! You will have a great time exploring and...
Holiday Programme

Holiday Programme

Do you love the outdoors? Have you always wanted to spend a day discovering everything a wetland has to offer? Matuku Link is excited to invite children aged 7-12 to our inaugural Holiday Programme Day on the 12th October! You will have a great time exploring and...
No bridge too far

No bridge too far

Many years ago John Sumich needed to cross over the Waitakere River to release the first batch of 20 pateke (brown teal) in the Te Henga wetland. He asked Fulton Hogan in Ranui if they might have a bridge, and they did: a 71 meter long one! John politely declined and...