Held at the Southland Community Nursery, Grant Road, the Guytons will teach you about heritage species, rootstock, taking scions and care of apple…
Otatara is a very special place to live.
The area is a natural playground with a rich variety of plants and birds. It has native forest, bush walks, sand dunes, a river, estuary shoreline, pine forests, many restoration projects – all this in an area shared with over 1000 households, close to Invercargill City.
The Otatara Landcare Group is a voluntary group, of predominantly Otatara residents, who value the natural environment of Otatara.
The Otatara Landcare Group is an Incorporated Society and our geographical area of interest is the Otatara area, New River Estuary, Sandy Point and Oreti Beach.
This website is designed to showcase the interesting and exciting things to discover about “Natural Otatara” under Let’s Explore, profiling the Otarara Landcare Group’s hands-on project Bushy Point Restoration and Publications which help you understand and enjoy this special area.