Auckland's largest environmental awareness festival.
How we choose to live directly impacts our environment.
After decades of watching the degradation of wildlife, ecosystems and water quality we are taking responsibility and making a difference.
Your ticket and donation will go directly to protecting one of the last stands of remnant coastal forest and New Zealand’s largest estuary marine reserve. Over the last 6 years Okura Forest Festival has raised over $95K. This year we aim to have the biggest and most incredible festival ever and raise over $35K!
Join us at the Okura Forest Festival and be part of the environmental revolution.
Odds & Ends
Dr Mike Joy - Future of Food & Energy
Dr Russel Norman - How Change is Made
Dr Nagire Hart - NZ Native Bees
Richard Webster - To Weed or Not To Weed
Andrea Reid - Pollinator path ways
Gradon Parker - Tiwaiwaka
+ more to be announced
Make a Difference - $39 ~ 1 General Admission + VITAL Donation to enable us to add another board to the boardwalk protecting our ancient coastal forest & rare wildlife!
Conservation Hero - $59 ~ 1 General Admission + IMPACTFUL Donation to add two boards to the boardwalk protecting our forest giants and beautiful coastal birds!
Eco Warrior - $99 ~ 1 General Admission + IMMENSE Donation to protecting precious native forest and awesome marine reserve! (+ Free Pizza!)
Guardian of the Wilderness - $500 ~ 1 General Admission + HUMONGOUS Donation to build a half metre length of boardwalk safeguarding kauri, kahikatea, taraire & endangered tūturiwhatu (dotterel) habitat! (+ Free Pizza & T-shirt!)
No Frills - $20 ~ 1 General Admission
Child - $5 ~ 1 Child Admission 12 years and under
NB: In the event that the funding raised for the boardwalk project is not sufficient to carry out the project, or the project can't be undertaken due to unforeseen circumstances, donations will be utilised on alternative conservation activities in the Okura Bush Scenic Reserve and nearby surrounds.
Enjoy this incredible venue overlooked by the mighty kauri of Okura’s rare coastal forest. Located near Long Bay Regional Park and a fantail flutter away from one of Auckland's most beloved marine sanctuaries. Only 25 minutes from Auckland, carpooling is encouraged.