Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust supports public walking and cycling Access, Biodiversity, Knowledge and Partnership on Banks Peninsula.
The Trust was founded in 2010 to promote sustainable management, conservation and associated recreation on Banks Peninsula. It works in partnership with others to achieve its goals.It publishes a Banks Peninsula Walks directory which can also be found on www.bpwalks.co.nz and walking brochures available at Peninsula information centres. The Trust is working with Department of Conservation to improve the Summit Walkway track network. To support this project it has purchased and provided Rod Donald Hut to the public. Book this via the DOC website. The Trust is also involved with the large new Purple Peak Curry Reserve above Akaroa.
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Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust promotes sustainable management and conservation on Banks Peninsula. Its work is underpinned by four strategic pillars - improving public walking and cycling access, improving biodiversity, promoting knowledge about Banks's Peninsula environment and culture and working in partnership with others.