Join Christchurch City Council Rangers for planting and maintenance days in beautiful Lyttelton and Banks Peninsula.
Several of the parks on Te Pātaka-o-Rākaihautū-Banks Peninsula and Whakaraupō-Lyttleton Harbour are cared for with the help of the local community.
Find out how you can get involved.
Join the Cass Bay Community at Steadfast Reserve and lend a hand with this great multi-year planting project to help reduce sediment runoff into Whakaraupo-Lyttelton Harbour. Come for an hour or the whole day - all welcome.
Help the Diamond Harbour community turn Morgan's and Sam's Gullies into native forests.
Stay up to date by checking the Friends of Morgan's and Sam's Gullies facebook page.(external link)
The Garden of Tane is owned by Christchurch City Council and managed locally by a voluntary Reserve Management Committee.
The Committee determines projects in the Garden and carries out working bees from time to time.
Stay up to date with volunteer events by checking the Garden of Tane website(external link)
During autumn, winter and spring, volunteer work is often focused on planting, weeding and mulching.
In summer, work is mainly weeding, watering and litter removal.
Bring sturdy footwear, a bottle of water, snacks and warm clothes. Some gloves and spades are provided but bring your own if you can.