Collect Seaweek Posters

We have designed some stunning Seaweek posters and children’s certificates for 2017:



This year we will be making posters and certificates available free for collection from the following DOC and Council offices around the country from Monday 20 February 2017 while stocks last, or you can download and print your own copies from our Resources page.

Please note: numbers of posters are very limited and may not be available at all locations.

Collect your posters and certificates from:

Northland: Northland Regional Council offices at 36 Water Street, Whangarei

Auckland: The Momentum Hub, G3 Manukau Beautification Trust EcoBox, 770 Great South Road, Vector Wero Whitewater Park, Manukau.

Sustainable Coastlines office Level 1, 54 Upper Queen Street, Eden Terrace, Auckland

Bay of Plenty: Department Of Conservation office at 253 Chadwick Road, Tauranga

Gisborne / East Coast: Department Of Conservation office at 63 Carnarvon Street, Gisborne

Hawkes Bay: The National Aquarium of New Zealand, Tourism Services – Napier City Council, Marine Parade, Napier

Taranaki: Department Of Conservation office at 55a Rimu Street New Plymouth

Manawatu: Te Takere, 10 Bath Street, Levin 5510 ATTENTION Deborah Macdonald

Whanganui: Department of Conservation Whanganui Office, 34-36 Taupo Quay, Whanganui

Masterton: Department of Conservation Masterton Office, 220 South Rd, Masterton.

Wellington: Greater Wellington Regional Council office at Shed 39, 2 Fryatt Quay, Pipitea, Wellington

Department of Conservation Visitor’s Centre, 18 Manners Street, Wellington

Nelson / Tasman: Department of Conservation Nelson Visitor Centre, Millers Acre, 79 Trafalgar Street, Nelson

Marlborough:  Department of Conservation Picton Field Base, Port Marlborough Building, 14 Auckland Street, Picton

Canterbury: Environment Canterbury, 200 Tuam St, Central Christchurch

Otago: Department of Conservation Visitor Centre, 50 The Octagon, Dunedin

West Coast: Department of Conservation Haast Visitor Centre, corner SH6 and Haast-Jackson Bay Road, Haast


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