Biodiversity Guardians of Hawke's Bay invite you to a fun filled family day of education and engagement in our beautiful big backyard. Meet our local eco-gems, discover the wonders of our natural environment and catch up on the biodiversity buzz.
Enjoy our biodiversity alphabet: Aramoana, Birds, Creeks, Dunes, Estuaries and Freshwater Fish as we hear from local experts, explore the interconnected coastal ecosystems and see what's under the microscope in the science section.
There is a free bus to take you to and from the event:
Stop 1: Hawke's Bay Regional Council Office, 159 Dalton St, Napier. Departing 8am.
Stop 2: Porters Hotel, 4 Te Aute Rd, 4130, Havelock North, Departing 8.30am.
People travelling in their own vehicle are invited to meet us at 9.45am at the Aramoana Environmental & Education Charitable Trust Woolshed for a cuppa before we kick off at 10am.
The Bio Buzz is part of 'The Spring Fling' - a series of standout events that capture the essence of springtime in Central Hawke’s Bay.
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