Come join us to celebrate World Fish Migration Day with a free guided kayak, wetland walk and raranga - weaving workshop.
Explore the mangroves and sandspit of Tahuna Torea at the entrance to the Tāmaki River by kayak. Learn about raranga – weaving harakeke through Para Kore Ki Tāmaki. Explore the wetland and learn about the migrations of our native freshwater fish with Whitebait Connection. More about World Fish Migration Day can be found at worldfishmigrationday.com
Te Kura Moana - Experiencing Marine Reserves runs a series of free and subsidised events over the summer months - we rely on your support to make them happen. We appreciate donations, either cash/eftpos on the day, online or by giving a koha of your time volunteering at a future event. Some people donate $5-10pp.
Children younger than 8 will not be able to participate. Children aged 8-12 need to have a confident adult in the back of their kayak. Children under 13 need an adult companion.
This event is in partnership with Auckland Sea Kayaks and Whitebait Connection and Para Kore Ki Tāmaki and is funded by the Ōrākei Local Board and The Bobby Stafford-Bush Foundation.
Saturday 21st of May, 2022
From 10am to 1pm
Otherwise all remaining tickets will go live on Tuesday the 17th May
Please arrive at least 15mins prior and check in at the tent.
Where: Tahuna Torea, carpark at the end of West Tamaki Rd, Wai O Tiaki Bay https://goo.gl/maps/avA5RYNukDpXd4VD6
Please arrive at least 15mins prior and check in at the tent. If you are running late please call 021 0645125
Numbers limited to 48 – split into two groups.
If you are feeling unwell (sore throat, running nose, loss of taste/smell) please let us know prior as soon as possible. You will not be able to attend the event. If you suffer from allergies – please let us know when you arrive.