Project Island Song is a pest-free wildlife sanctuary covering the seven islands in the eastern Bay of Islands. The project works to restore and protect the natural eco-systems and heritage of the Bay of Islands so that it is here for everyone, forever.
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Walk amongst regenerating native bush that is teeming with fascinating and rare wildlife, take in stunning sea views, listen to the birdsong, and spot reintroduced tīeke (saddleback), kākāriki (red crowned parakeet), toutouwai (North Island robin), pōpokotea (whitehead), pāteke (brown teal), and many more. With nine walking tracks suitable for all levels of ability, beautiful swimming beaches, and the chance of spotting some dolphins on the way, the islands offer a spectacular day out for the whole family.
Project Island Song is a charity. We rely on the generous support of everyday kiwis, businesses, and visitors to the Bay of Islands. Do you want to protect Aotearoa’s unique native species, and ensure they are around for future generations to experience? There are many ways you can be part of securing the future for the wildlife of Ipipiri.
Click on the links below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is vital that the islands of Ipipiri remain pest free.
If you have seen a pest on the islands, please call the island pest detection hotline immediately:
Please follow up with an email to Project Island Song giving details of the sighting. Thank you.