Bullock Creek is the lifeblood of Wānaka, a rare spring-fed creek of exceptional purity that flows through our urban environment. Protecting Bullock Creek and the wetland involves preventing damaging stormwater run-off, removing exotic weeds, and replanting native plants along its banks.
This ‘riparian planting’ helps reduce the erosion of the riverbanks, provides shelter and shade for plants, animals and fish, and helps clean the water that flows into Lake Wānaka.
When: every Thursday 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm
Where: Bullock Creek Wetlands, 107 Stone Street
What to bring: BYO gloves if you have them. All other equipment provided.