Motuihe Island is very lucky indeed to have such rich history.  We will endeavour to provide as much heritage information as possible in the timeframe on the island.

Attached is the flyer relating to this event.

As part of the Auckland Heritage Festival, there is an open invite on Sunday 7th October for a free guided heritage walk on Motuihe Island.

Bookings essential:  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to advise numbers attending for guiding purposes

Tour will depart approx 11.00am  from the kiosk area for approx 1.5hrs after a short welcome and health & safety briefing

Please bring:  Lunch, warm clothes, a raincoat, sturdy shoes or boots and a change of shoes.  (Please ensure footwear are thoroughly cleaned and bags are checked for ants/rodents and closed to meet biosecurity requirements)

Tea/Coffee will be available (cash required)

Cancellation notice:  0800 MOTUIHE (0800 668844) after 7am 7th October

Rain date: 4th November

Transport:  Own vessel or bookings via Fullers 09-3679111

The guided heritage tour will include olive groves, 1918 Spanish Flu graveyards, sites of WWI internment camp, tales of Count Felix Von Luckner, and the HMNZS Tamaki training station.  A guided restoration walk will be available early afternoon for those who wish to view the native plant nursery and restoration planted areas.

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