Stories from the Water: Aquatic Life of Percy’s Reserve

Stories from the Water: Aquatic Life of Percy’s Reserve

Mountains to Sea Wellington invites you to connect with the natural heritage around Percy’s Reserve. Join us to investigate the fish and invertebrates that reside within the freshwater environment of the reserve.

Friday 30 October 3:30pm - 5pm

Budding young scientist or just a big fish fan?! We’re also offering a crash course in fish monitoring and trapping on the 30th October, 3.30 - 5pm.

Spaces are limited, so book today!


Saturday 31 October 10am-4pm

Curious what’s beneath the surface? Come check out the amazing native fish and invertebrates from the stream on display on Saturday 31 October at Percy Scenic Reserve as part of the Percy Scenic Reserve Open Day!

This will be an exciting day of learning and experiencing the mysteries of the rivers and streams of Aotearoa.

Want to know more? Send us an email:

Booking is required

Location: Percy’s Scenic Reserve, 5 Dowse Drive, Maungaraki, Lower Hutt

Cost: Free / Koha appreciated


Accessibility: Participants will not be entering the stream. However, we recommend bringing warm layers, sturdy shoes, a solid lunch, and water.

Mountains to Sea Wellington

Mountains to Sea Wellington is a charitable trust delivering freshwater and marine conservation programmes to schools and the community. Conservation goals are achieved through education, restoration, and scientific monitoring support.

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