About Te Puna Quarry Park

 

MANAGEMENT

Te Puna Quarry Park is managed and is being developed by the Te Puna Quarry Park Society Incorporated. A Committee of 10 oversees progress, and plans the future development of the park. The Committee members are all hard working volunteers who bring various skills to the task of running the Park.

 

MEMBERSHIP

At the present time, the Te Puna Quarry Park Society Inc. has a membership of approximately 330 plus 40 supporting companies and organisations.  Many members choose to support passively with their membership subscription alone and others are very generous with their donations. Every member and supporter receives the Society newsletter.  (We hope you take the email option for this). If you would like to join us, please visit the Friends of the Quarry page for more info

Become a member

 

FUNDING

Funding comes from donations collected by our donation boxes at the gate, Society membership, donations from members and others, and by applying for grants from local government and charitable funding organisations. If you would like to support us with funding, please consider becoming a friend of the quarry, or donating online


A group of volunteers gathers by the digger for a photo shoot..

 

WE ARE NATIONAL AWARD WINNERS!

In 2002, Te Puna Quarry Park's volunteers won the Trustpower NATIONAL Community Award.

In 2008, we won the Trustpower REGIONAL (Bay of Plenty) Community Award.

In 2012, we won the Heritage and Environment Category of the Trustpower Community Awards.

Winning and being acknowledged both regionally and nationally has been a great achievement and reward for our hard working the volunteers.

 

 

The Society gratefully acknowledges the assistance of many businesses, organisations, groups and individuals who have contributed in many different ways over the years.  We especially acknowledge the ongoing support of these organisations:

  • TECT
  • Lion Foundation
  • Pub Charity
  • First Sovereign Trust
  • Bethlehem Te Puna Lions Club
  • Otumoetai Rotary Club
  •  Western Bay of Plenty District Council