At the Visitor Centre
Spend time at the Project Island Song Visitor Centre
If you are heading out to Otehei Bay on Urupukapuka Island, stop by the Project Island Song Visitor Centre. Volunteers are often on duty over the summer to talk with you about the interesting displays and up-to-date information on the project's progress. Project Island Song products may also be available for sale - another way for you to help support this unique restoration project.
How to get there
There are various ways of getting to Project Island Song's Visitor Centre in Otehei Bay, Urupukapuka Island:
- bring your own boat or kayak
- catch an ExploreNZ or Fullers GreatSights vessel from Paihia or Russell
- charter a local water taxi
Volunteer at the Visitor Centre
If you have time and would like to get actively involved in Project Island, have a think about volunteering to help out in the Visitor Centre - it's a great way to meet people and spend time on a pest-free island. Click here for more information.
If you see someone with a fluoro vest and backback on any of the islands, chances are that they are Project Island Song roving volunteers. Feel free to stop them and ask about the project - they will be happy to help.
If you would like to be a roving volunteer yourself, click here for more information.