30th Birthday Dinner

Date posted: 06-Sep-2018

Please join us in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the formation of the Suppo..

2019 Calendars now available

Date posted: 05-Sep-2018

The new 2019 calendars are now available and this year's is better than ever! Th..

Winners of kokako photo competition

Date posted: 02-Sep-2018

The stunning winning photographs from those submitted to the competition as part..

Kokako Celebration

Date posted: 21-Jul-2018

(https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-great-kokako-story-celebrating-21-years-..

Kokako Photographic Competition

Date posted: 20-Jul-2018

KĊŒKAKO PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION Celebrating 21 years on Tiritiri Matangi To ce..

New monitoring reports published

Date posted: 19-Jul-2018

Reports on monitoring studies carried out over the past year have now been poste..

2018 Concert coming up soon

Date posted: 15-Feb-2018

Our 2018 concert will feature an afternoon of light classics and jazz courtesy of the Auckland Ph..

Wetapunga talk coming soon

Date posted: 05-Feb-2018

For the Social on 19 March the speaker will be Ben Goodwin of Auckland Zoo, who will talk about t..

Rat caught and now takahe released from pens

Date posted: 28-Jan-2018

Thankfully DOC staff Andre de Graaf and Polly Hall and their assistants have trapped the rat whic..

Your Christmas Shopping for a Song

Date posted: 04-Dec-2017

Aka - The Grand Christmas Shopping Expedition to Tiritiri Matangi Island Shop Dreading..

Biosecurity

Tiritiri Matangi is free of mammalian predators and it is very important to keep it that way. Many of the species that live on Tiritiri Matangi are vulnerable to predation by rats, mice, stoats or weasels. A single pregnant rat could devastate a bird or reptile population. Cats and dogs are also a threat, particularly to ground-nesting birds like kiwi. Pets are not permitted on Tiritiri Matangi even on a leash. A bag that is packed the night before, especially if it contains food, could harbour a rat or mouse, so please check your bag before you leave home.

Tiritiri has implemented a weed management programme to ensure that important native plants are not overwhelmed by rampant species such as boxthorn, moth plant or Japanese honeysuckle. Before you come to Tiritiri please check your shoes, boots, pack and clothing for weed seeds and clean them thoroughly if necessary.

Information about biosecurity on islands in the Hauraki Gulf can be found on this Biosecurity Poster.

For more detailed information about how to avoid introducing pests to islands please click
here to go to the Treasure Islands website.