Upcoming events and happenings

COVID-19 UPDATES: All events will only run, as planned, under COVID-19 Alert Level 1 in line with government guidelines.
Please get in touch if you have any queries around upcoming events.

We are busy working on pest and weed control, bird protection (grey faced petrel), kauri dieback prevention, stream care and water quality, planting and weeding bees, wasp and ant control, community safety, social events, and educational workshops. We have regular events that you can connect with the volunteer team. We also have other events throughout the year.


Below are the latest events, make sure you receive our newsletter to get reminders and more info! 

Our Regular Events

Upcoming Events


The Predator Pulse

Upcoming Predator Pulse Dates:
23 Oct - 6 Nov
22 Jan - 5 Feb 2022
9 Apr - 23 Apr 2022

Co-ordinated blitzes together on possums and rats. Each Predator Pulse lasts for 10-14 days and takes place 3-4 times a year. 

To join in, contact your Neighbourhood Co-ordinator who can provide advice and access to reasonably priced bait and traps.


Kick Start Weeding Bees

Upcoming Weeding Bees

Kick Start Weeding Bees are all about neighbours helping neighbours. They are fun, social, and a great challenge. 

Get in touch and let us know your interest by completing the form and sign on to our contact list. Most working bees are held last Sunday of the month between 2 - 4pm (just after the Titirangi Market).


Titirangi Market

Come and see us at our stand at the Titirangi Market Days

Want to find out more about STNN, and what you can do in your area?

We have a stand at the Titirangi Market with our co ordinators and volunteers on hand to answer your questions.

If you can't wait 'till then, find your local co ordinator and they can help you out.


Weed ID Workshop


Keep an eye out for our Weed ID Workshop.

After the success of our Weed ID table at the Eco Day on 7 August, we've brought it back! With a dedicated event, so you can learn even more about what is a pest in your garden, and even better? How to deal with them efficiently.


Morris Shadbolt House, Working Bee

Morris Shadbolt House, Arapito Road, 2 - 4pm

Join us for a one off working bee at the Auckland Council owned Morris Shadbolt house on Arapito Road. This is pegged to be a writer's retreat. Come along and bring the garden back to it's natural best. Removing weed pests.


Zig Zag Night Walk

TBA - we'll let you know once we have a new date
5:45 - 8:00pm


Getting to know our local nightlife


The Zig Zag walking track is a popular walk around Titirangi, especially since it is one of the few re-opened, with an upgraded track, through the Rahui. 

With its twists, turns, steps, waterfalls and giant trees, its a cool retreat from the sun, or a quiet bush walk close to the village.

But, have you explored it after dark? 

There's much more to this gorgeous green walk, than first admired.

Join us with our guide to find out just a little more. Explore the local nightlife, insects, plants and learn a little about the wildlife.

Come prepared:

  • sturdy walking footwear

  • torch (either red light, or cover with red cellophane)

  • this walk is not suitable for prams

Sign Up:

We are limiting the walk to a max of 30 people so please sign up by emailing directly to: neighbours@southtitirangi.org.nz


Koha would be appreciated to go towards the preservation, trapping and protection of this local treasure.