Over $2,000 of prizes up for grabs!!
Feeling competitive? Love free stuff? You’ve come to the right place.
For each activity you join during the conference you’ll receive points. These get added to your profile and when you reach a set number of points you’ll go in the draw to win some of the incredible prizes below! Earn more points to go in the draw for bigger prizes.
A huge thanks to our generous sponsors . . .
Tier 1 prizes
Tier 2 prizes
Thanks to Little Yellow Bird
Based in Wellington, Little Yellow Bird are an award-winning manufacturer and supplier of 100% organic ethically made cotton apparel for the whole family. They also supply corporates with uniforms and corporate wear, and support global influencers, charities and creators with branded apparel. All their garments are made with full traceability back to source. They are also currently running a Circular cotton initiative where cotton garments are collected to be recycled back to yarn at the end of life.
100ml Traditional Kawakawa Balm, 110ml Lip Balm, Kawakawa & Apple body butter, Kawakawa & Apple soap. We have three gift baskets to be won!
Tier 3 prizes
Orokonui Ecosanctuary family pass (Dunedin)
Thanks to Orokonui Ecosanctuary
Orokonui Ecosanctuary is a flagship biodiversity project for the South Island where multiple species of plants and animals are protected from predators. A predator fence surrounds 307 hectares of Coastal Otago forest, pests have been removed, habitat enhanced with weed control and planting, and many rare and endangered species re-introduced. We have two family passes to be won!
Zealandia family pass (Wellington)
Thanks to Zealandia Te Māra a tāne
ZEALANDIA is the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary, with an extraordinary 500-year vision to restore a Wellington valley’s forest and freshwater ecosystems as closely as possible to their pre-human state. The 225 hectare (500+ acre) ecosanctuary is a groundbreaking conservation project that has reintroduced 18 species of native wildlife back into the area, some of which were previously absent from mainland New Zealand for over 100 years.
The National Kiwi Hatchery family pass (Rotorua)
Thanks to The National Kiwi Hatchery
The National Kiwi Hatchery Aotearoa is the national leader in kiwi husbandry, egg incubation systems, hatching techniques and kiwi chick rearing. National training courses for kiwi husbandry and egg candling are held at the Hatchery. Most staff at the other captive kiwi and kiwi rearing sites across Aotearoa, have trained or worked at the Rainbow Springs site.
Thanks to Predator Free NZ
Attract native birds to your garden with the New Zealand designed bird feeder kit. Nector-eating birds such as tūī, bellbird, silvereye, kākā and hihi can drink sugar water from the bottle and you can hang a wire basket under the platform filled with energy truffles and fruit. The PekaPeka Bird Feeder is the outcome of a citizen science project, which aimed to design a feeder that was resistant to introduced predators and could feed multiple species of birds from the same station.
The PekaPeka fits onto a *waratah/Y post (a long metal stake), so you can place your bird feeder almost anywhere.
The kit includes:
- PekaPeka platform
- PekaPeka Nectar Nest & bottle feeder
- Topflite hanging feeder
- Topflite energy truffles
- Instruction manual
- Wild bird guide
THE GRAND PRIZE
How does a long weekend exploring one of the greatest wildlife hotspots in Aotearoa sound?
One very lucky person will win flights* and two nights’ accommodation^ for two to RAKIURA STEWART ISLAND. All you’ll need to do is pack your tramping boots, get yourself to Invercargill and we’ll take care of the rest. We’ll even throw in a couple of ferry tickets to Ulva Island while you’re there.
Only the top 10 points earners will go in the draw for this prize, so get clicking, viewing and connecting!
*Flights are based on rates of $230 per person return from Invercargill to Oban.
^Winner will receive $500 to go towards the accommodation of their choice.