Preserving native forest and wildlife near Whangarei Northland New Zealand
Pukenui Western Hills Forest comprises nearly 2000 hectares of native forest bordering Whangarei City, and is home to a number of threatened species, including the long-tailed bat, North Island brown kiwi and New Zealand wood pigeon.
Learn about the trust & trustees, meet rangers Bevan & Ben, and find out about pests and invasive plants.
All about Pukenui Forest, native insects and animals including kiwi, walking tracks & our latest photos.
Meet our generous funders and sponsors, become a volunteer, donate or come to one of our upcoming events.
- Ark in the Park
- NZ Tomtit “miromiro” Sightings
- Pukenui Forest Monitored Kiwi Update
- A Kiwi Dream Come True for Pukenui