20min Tour to learn all about our Biota Nodes
- 15 min15 minutes
- 15 New Zealand dollars$15
- Woodend Beach Road
With ‘biota’ meaning the ecological system (flora and fauna) of a particular environment, and ‘node’ being a point of intersection, these biota nodes are a series of small, localised points of native wildlife, which, as they mature, will extend outwards to form a ‘biodiversity skeleton’ stretching the length of the park. Each contains a freshwater pond and native plant life that will attract birds, aiding seed transfer for easy and eventual self-maintaining propagation.
Te Kōhaka o Tūhaitara Trust Woodend Beach Road, Woodend Beach, New Zealand