Re-imagining a Wild Lake
Around 600 years ago, Pūkaki was a wild, untamed lake, with the surrounding lands sustaining a rich abundance of native habitat and wildlife…
Our Mountains: Nature’s Water Towers
The islands of Aotearoa New Zeland stand tall in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean. Running along the spine of Te Wai Pounamu (South Island) are the Southern Alps which play an essential role in sustaining the life on the island…
Tussock – Growing Island of Life
Tussock are an integral part of Mackenzie Country. While from a distance they might look like simple, tall and brown grasses, each are an island of life…
Introducing the history and unique qualities of the iconic Merino sheep.
Our Mountains, lakes and ecology
These panels bring the story of the amazing blue lakes and unique ecology to life.
Restoration Projects at Guide Hill These panels introduce to visitors the ongoing conservation work that are being carried out at the station to look after the natural treasures that are found here.