Stewart Island Traverse

$3,792 donated
Given by 28 generous donors in around 6 months

This is to raise funds for LandSAR.


Nicholas Chamberlain, Angus Kenny, Archie Calder, and Bailey Dowling are planning to traverse from the bottom to the top of Stewart Island. Traversing over some of Stewart Islands most stunning features, Including the Tin Range, Port Pegasus, Mason Bay and Big Hellfire Beach.

This will all be done to Raise Money for New Zealand Search and Rescue.

This is an organization which is vital for the safety of all outdoor enthusiasts in New Zealand, knowing that if they get into trouble there is a specialized team ready to come and find them and bring them back to safety.

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3 Nights to go  29 September 2019

Hi Everyone. Thanks very much for your kind donations. There are only three nights left to go before Archie, Bailey and me, Nicholas, set off from Bluff to Stewart Island. We are all sorted and ready to take on what Stewart island throws at us. Due to a break in the weather forecast for Thursday, and a lot of conversation about how confident we feel about the bush navigation, we have decided to start from Diprose Bay which is closer to the Tin Range, and will require little and simple bush navigation. After this, we will be following routes and tracks. Be sure to follow our facebook page, this is where we will post the updates for our trip. Thanks very much for your donations it makes us even more excited to undertake this challenge.

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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 14 Oct 2019
Kath on 11 Oct 2019
Fiona on 08 Oct 2019
Keen to support Nic Chamberlain A good cause
Calder on 05 Oct 2019
Great work Archie & boys, from Gran & Pop
Tania on 04 Oct 2019
Good on ya boys.. enjoy your efforts too.
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