is back, and bigger than ever!
We are very excited to announce that the collective hub of community organisations called ‘OUR PLACE’ will be back for the 2023 Wānaka A&P Show, set to take place on the 10-11th of March.
Our showcase this year will feature ongoing activities and scheduled workshops for you and the entire whānau that demonstrate how land, water, flora, fauna, climate, and us humans are all connected. Huge thank you to The Lions Foundation who are generously helping fund this collaborative showcase at the 2023 Wānaka A&P Show.
Come and find us between gates 5 and 6.
We look forward to seeing you there!
WHO IS PART OF OUR PLACE IN 2023?
WAI Wānaka’s vision is to protect and maintain healthy ecosystems and community wellbeing for future generations.
Te Kākano Aotearoa Trust is a community-based native plant nursery that specialises in propagating plants of local origin for native habitat restoration.
Grow Wānaka is a community food hub that diverts food scraps from landfill and uses them to build healthy soil and delicious kai.
Wānaka Backyard Trapping is focused on predator trapping in the Upper Clutha’s backyard.
Protect Our Winters Aotearoa connects passionate outdoor enthusiasts and everyone who loves and needs winter to generate positive climate outcomes.
Wao aims to educate, inspire and enable Aotearoa communities to accelerate towards a carbon-zero, regenerative future and beyond.
Kiwi Conservation Club is Forest and Bird’s young members group, connecting tamariki to Aotearoa’s amazing wildlife and wild places.
Team Green of Te Kura o Tititea/Mount Aspiring College is a self-driven group of young students interested in taking environmental action in the community.
Wānaka Community Workshop/Fabricate is an inclusive space, where people are welcome to come and participate in or host workshops, work together on individual or community projects.
Southern Lakes Sanctuary’s vision is a Southern Lakes Sanctuary of spectacular mountains, lakes and rivers, with thriving ecosystems and abundant wildlife that is enjoyed by people who treasure the whenua.