NEWS: Over 70.000 native trees planted at Living Springs!
People who visit Living Springs are impacted by the beautiful, natural setting and leave with a better connection to the world they live in.
As a host of many large groups, corporate organisations, schools and camps, Living Springs gives people memories and experiences that can impact them for life. The hillside location of the main camping facility and the surrounding 450ha property, make Living Springs a unique and wonderful place. Isn’t it time you visited?
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We offer a huge range of camps for all ages, abilities, private small groups as well as large social groups.
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What do ukuleles, mountainboarding and a disco all have in common? They’re just some of the activities we have lined up for Camp Twitch 2019! And that’s not all……we’ve got archery tag on the cards, a talent show and plenty more surprises in store. Living with a disorder that is as physical and intrusive as…
Once again the Aorangi Sponsorship Programme made dreams come true. The kids of Te Kōmanawa Rowley School spent 3 days at Living Springs and enjoyed many different activities. The Aorangi Sponsorship progamme matches sponsors with schools. Te Kōmanawa Rowley School was sponsored by Beta Management Services Limited. Thank you so much! It is impossible to describe…
Be transformed. Be refreshed. Be inspired.
In 2014 the idea of an Eco-Sanctuary at Living Springs was born. Several initiatives such as “The Allandale Stream Restoration project”, “Plant a Hundred Tōtara each year for 10 years” and ‘Predator Free Allandale” were started. In 2021 Living Springs’ successful application to the Department of Conservation’s Jobs for Nature scheme meant the conservation efforts received a major boost.
Now over 55,000 native seedlings have been planted, a large pest control programme is underway and soon all waterways will be protected from livestock grazing. Large parts of the property are naturally regenerating.
Support through donations and volunteer labour are needed. Ask the staff about Corporate Responsibility packages to enable your company to partner with this nature project.