Le Roys and Hinemoa Halo

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Do you live within the Halo area?

Le Roys Bush and Little Shoal Bay reserve, found in the Le Roys and Hinemoa Halo, provide some of the best walking tracks in the North Shore.  These tracks weave in and out of kauri forests and around the estuary.

The Halo area extends south of Onewa Road from Queen Street to Hinemoa Street.  The reserves have been diligently preserved by a very active group of volunteers.  If you like getting outdoors, socializing with the community and want to help preserve our wildlife then we would love to hear from you.

Contribute to the Halo
There are many things you can do to be a part of the Halo.  See some of the different ways people contribute below.

Host a control device

Help to keep predator numbers low by putting a control device on your property.

Click here for more info on predator control.

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Help plant native species

Join us on a planting day and help put some native species back in the ground.

Click here to see our events calendar.

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Join a weeding bee

Help remove some invasive species while socializing with the community.

Click here to see our events calendar.

Monitor and report predators

Report chew card results and trap catches in our app to help monitor the predators in the area.

Click here for more info on predator monitoring.

How do I get involved?

By visiting our contact us page and filling out our 'Get Involved Here' form or sending us a message.

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