Tararua Tramping Club clubrooms
|4 Moncrieff Street|
|off Elizabeth Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington|
You will also find us here for social activities, and other meetings and events.
The hall is hired out, both to other tramping clubs, and to community and commercial groups. The hall floor is 9.2m wide and 12.6m long and there are individual cloth covered seats for 145. To make a booking please contact Brent Harrison -> mailto:ttc [period] clubrooms [snail] ttc [period] org [period] nz?Subject=Query from TTC website on (04) 479 3306 .
The nearest bus stops are for:
- routes 1, 3, 23 & 43 Kent Terrace Southbound & Cambridge Terrace Northbound;
- routes 2 & 5 Elizabeth St Eastbound & Elizabeth St Westbound;
- and all Courtenay Place buses are just a short walk away.
Next club night topic:
The Great Kererū Count, a citizen science project, collects information on the numbers and distribution of kererū and aims to raise awareness of this charismatic bird. Stephen Hartley of V.U.W.ís Centre for Biodiversity and Restoration Ecology gives an overview of results and the strengths and challenges of citizen science.
Having almost completed eradication on the Miramar Peninsula, Predator Free Wellington is getting ready to begin the next phase of its project: Island Bay to CBD. Residents of this area are being asked to give PFW permission to have a trap/bait station in their backyard. Our guest presenter this evening is Community Ranger Pattern Reid of the GWRC.
Peter Barber and Mary Kane, with Lois Buckrell and Tim Stone, were on a club trip around the Dundas Circuit when a mishap occurred. How did party members respond to the incident, and what lessons were learned from the experience?
Susan Ellis and Stephen Marsland, Remutaka Conservation Trust, discuss the spread and growth in numbers of North Island brown kiwi throughout the Remutaka Range, and the use of new acoustic methods to track Remutaka kiwi to their incubation burrows and monitor kiwi breeding outcomes.