Lighthouse Open Day

Date posted: 30-Apr-2019

Our historic lighthouse, signal station and diaphonic foghorn will all be on dis..

We need a new Treasurer

Date posted: 08-Apr-2019

The Supporters need a new treasurer to take over in September when Kevin Vaughan..

2019 Concert

Date posted: 05-Feb-2019

OrigiNZ, the tartan taonga are returning for the 2019 concert. Click..

Tiri's three unique foghorns

Date posted: 01-Feb-2019

Our next social event will take place on Monday 18th March when Carl Hayson and ..

Young Conservation Superstars win awards!

Date posted: 27-Jan-2019

Gabriel Barbosa and teacher Kate Asher, a team leader who co..

Entries for the 2019 photo competition

Date posted: 19-Jan-2019

We are now taking entries for the 2019 photographic competition. You can enter u..

Hihi volunteer needed

Date posted: 18-Oct-2018

Would you like to volunteer with the Island's hihi team and learn from them how ..

2019 Calendars now available

Date posted: 05-Sep-2018

The new 2019 calendars are now available and this year's is better than ever! Th..

Winners of kokako photo competition

Date posted: 02-Sep-2018

The stunning winning photographs from those submitted to the competition as part..

Kokako Celebration

Date posted: 21-Jul-2018

(https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-great-kokako-story-celebrating-21-years-..

2017 Photo Competition

Date posted: 22-Mar-2017
It is that time of year again when we are looking for entries for our photo competition (and photos for our 2018 calendar which will raise over $10,000 for our work on the Island).

We have five categories and all photos must have been taken on Tiritiri Matangi -

  • fauna
  • flora
  • landscape/seascape
  • people on Tiritiri
  • under 16 years old

 

You can enter up to four photographs in each category. Please e-mail your entries to photocomp@tiritirimatangi.org.nz before the 30th April 2017. We will have an independent judge from the NZ Photographic Society and a condition of entry is that all images may be used for promotion of the Supporters or Tiritiri Matangi.

 

Photo by John Sibley