Huka Honey Hive

Huka Honey Hive is situated opposite (east of) the Wairakei sanctuary (#12; Figure 3). Blair Matheson, the owner, is very keen to undertake a landscape / restoration programme which he will primarily fund. He has offered most of this as a blank canvass and is very open to ideas of what to plant and how to develop the plantings.

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You and your familty can get involved in Greening Taupō by participating in one of our Community Planting Days or getting stuck in right in your own backyard.  

who are we?

Greening Taupō has been established to improve the Taupō environment for the people and native wildlife - it's an opportunity to participate in a community conservation initiative.  Find out more or learn about 'the value of trees'


Check out the map for the project area that is nearest to you.  Areas have been identified across Taupō that form ecological corridors that are best suited to allow bird and other native wildlife to flourish.

our partners

Greening Taupō is pleased to have awesome support from the Taupō community.  Other key partners include Taupō District Council, Contact Energy and Wairakei Resort Taupō.  Find out more about our partners or become a partner.