Plant a Kauri Tree in the realm of Tane Mahuta

Leave a legacy to your future generations by planting a young Kauri Ricker tree in Waipoua Forest – the GPS co-ordinates will be recorded so it can always be found What a wonderful thing to leave behind you … an ancient kauri tree. With the local Waipoua Forest Iwi, Te Roroa and through the Oranga Whenua (sustaining the land) reforestation project you can plant a tree in Waipoua Forest and receive a lovely certificate and the GPS co-ordinates.

Your future generations will be able to find and visit your tree and in many years to come they will actually be able to see the tree’s progress on whatever web based amazing technology is available.

The experience will also one filled with special Maori culture as your tree will be named in Maori and will be blessed with a special Waiata (Maori song) reflecting it’s position and purpose. Te Roroa and the Waipoua Forest Visitors Centre also offer accommodation, other Maori cultural activities & experiences and a café

Phone: +64 9 4396445
Email: waipouavc@waipouakauriforest.co.nz
Website: www.waipouakauriforest.co.nz
Physical Address:
1 Waipoua River Road
Waipoua Forest
Northland
New Zealand