We have a vision to restore the biodiversity of the Okura Bush shoreline and surrounds.

Kauri dieback, invasive weeds and pest animals threaten this area. Our mission is to engage the community in the control of predator mammals and invasive weeds, and to eventually restore the ecosystem. Department of Conservation (DOC), Auckland Council (AC), neighbours and the community - all working together - are critical to the success of this project.

Political Panel on Conservation Hosted by Forest and Bird

Surveys show that conservation is a top voter concern (Stuff.co.nz / Massey UniversityElection Survey). The North Shore branch of Forest and Bird will host a political panel on 4 September, to quiz candidates on their parties’ policies regarding freshwater, climate change, biodiversity and habitat loss, and working with public agencies such as the Department of Conservation.

Inspirational evening with William Pike

A REMINDER: Join us for an Inspirational evening with William Pike Thursday 27th July 2017 Takapuna Normal Intermediate 26 Northcote Road, Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand 0622 7-9pm Come along to hear William’s intriguing tale of near death in a volcanic eruption, having his leg amputated and then using this massive challenge in his life as a springboard to create opportunities…

FOOB’s 4th AGM 16th July 3pm

Our 4th Annual General Meeting is coming up. We will be sharing the big achievements from the past year and discussing what’s on the horizon for this precious stand of coastal forest and the surrounding natural areas. 3pm Sunday 16th July 2017 at the Okura Hall, 81 Okura River Road. Come and taste some of the finest baking in Auckland!…

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