2021 Photo Competition

Date posted: 21-Jan-2021

2021 Photo Competition Now Open It is that time of year again when we are look..

Primary School Science Conservation 2020 Award

Date posted: 18-Dec-2020

Dylan Lewis Y7 from Mahurangi College, Warkworth, being presented with the ..

Supporters of Tiritiri Inc and Fullers 360 Science Conservation 2020 Award

Date posted: 18-Dec-2020

The NIWA Auckland City Science and Technology Fair winner of the Supporters of Tiritiri ..

2020 Conservation Week

Date posted: 12-Aug-2020

Meet the Takahē on Tiritiri Matangi Island When: 1:30 pm, ..

AGM 2020

Date posted: 25-Jul-2020

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE TO WEDNESDAY 21ST OCTOBER 2020 due to Covid restrictions at t..

Ferry Resuming July 4th!

Date posted: 01-Jun-2020

Great News!!! We have confirmation Fuller360 ferry service to Tiritiri Matangi wi..

The 2020 Photo Competition Winners

Date posted: 22-May-2020

Here are the winning and commended photos from this year's competition. Congratulations to the photo..

Celebrate the Takahe Art Competition

Date posted: 08-Apr-2020

Hi Tiri Kids, It’s TakahÄ“ Awareness Month! Everyone loves our takah..

COVID-19 Important Information

Date posted: 25-Mar-2020

The government has announced that New Zealand is now at alert level 2 for COVID-19. Th..

2019 Winner Primary School Supporters of Tiritiri and Fullers 360 Science Award is Ethan Raymond

Date posted: 11-Mar-2020

Ethan has helped the Enviro-Warriors in many ways such as planning, gard..

Biodiversity Plan 2013


On 1 September 2013 the Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi published a new Biodiversity Plan for the Island. This important document will guide our management of the Island's flora and fauna until 2023 and beyond. 

The Plan, which has taken three years to prepare, presents recommendations for the future conservation and management of animals and plants on the Island, as well as providing a wealth of information on their current status. There are seven main chapters, covering vegetation, the freshwater ecosystem, birds, reptiles, bats, invertebrates and weeds, plus an introduction which provides some historical background and explains the thinking behind the Plan. Several detailed appendices give additional information, including past translocations, species lists and biosecurity measures.

The Plan is an evolving document rather than a finished product, so we expect to be issuing amended editions from time to time as we learn more about what best suits the Island and its wildlife.

Click here or on the image above to open and download a copy of the Biodiversity Plan. WARNING: The document is around 1.8 mb.