POINT BUSH ECOSANCTUARY
POINT BUSH ECOSANCTUARY
POINT BUSH ECOSANCTUARY
POINT BUSH ECOSANCTUARY
POINT BUSH ECOSANCTUARY

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please be aware Hunters (with permission) will be active across the entire property to night shoot Wallaby on the POINT BUSH hill bloc - these hunters will be active FROM MONDAY 1ST JUNE 2020 until FURTHER NOTICE

​Point Bush Ecosanctuary is a unique haven


A conservation project to allow our native birdlife and flora to flourish in South Canterbury, New Zealand. The 90-hectare forest is home to wild kererū, pīwakawaka, tūī and kārearea, who are now frequently seen at Point Bush as native forest has been protected and enhanced over the past 30 years. 

Our vision for the future is to create a predator-proof fenced Ecosanctuary, with a goal of securing the area for more native bird species to make their home here and to regenerate more of the land into native forest. Point Bush Ecosanctuary is a community trust, with free public access at all times throughout the year.

When you visit you can make use of our extensive public walking and mountain biking trails. We are a non-profit and all donations and proceeds go directly back into our conservation projects! Over the coming year our focus is to complete the Ecosanctuary predator-proof fence which will surround the 90-hectare forest completely.

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HOW TO GET HERE

We’re on Point Bush Road in the foothills above Waimate, South Canterbury - the lower part of the South Island of Aotearoa New Zealand.

We’re 50kms north of Oamaru and 45kms south of Timaru.
It’s about 2 hours to drive north from Dunedin, about 2.5 hours heading south from Christchurch, or a little less than an hour from Kurow.


READ OUR BLOG "POINT BUSH BIOME"

IMPORTANT NOTICE: NIGHT CLOSURE OF TRACKS

May 31, 2020
>>> WALLABY NIGHT SHOOTING <<<Attention all users of POINT BUSH ECOSANCTUARY tracks and trails for Cyclists, Mountain Bikes and Walkers - including the Whitehorse Walkway, Whitehorse Big Easy and Mountain bike trailsPlease be aware Hunters (with permission) will be active across ...
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A HAVEN FOR NATIVE BIRD SPECIES

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