Mercury Bay is located on the East Coast of the Coromandel Peninsula.
It encompasses some of the most beautiful areas of New Zealand including Tairua through to Pauanui and northwards up to Whangapoua.
It also contains special archaeological sites such as a significant Maori Pa site.
The Branch meets on a monthly basis.
Making sure we protect and care for our native species and their habitats is one of the main focuses for the branch.
Our area is home to north island brown kiwi, dotterel, hotchsetter and our critically endangered archey's frog. Mining, coastal development and erosion are some of the main threats to habitat in this area.
New members and volunteers are always welcome to get involved in the work we do. Feel free to come along to one of our monthly meetings or some of our talks.
Contact Lynn on (07) 866 5888
Mercury Bay is currently involved in the initial stages of working with the Waikato Regional Council on a riparian re-vegetation project along the Tairua River.