ASSIGNMENT:

Which part of NZ would you save?

Last updated 10:43 12/03/2015
Doubtful Sound
PAUL RUSH
BLUE WATER: A pair of kayakers savour the mystic waters of Doubtful Sound.

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Is there a part of New Zealand, or further afield, that you treasure?

Protests to save a 500-year-old West Auckland kauri tree hit the headlines after a protester perched in the tree refused to come down until land owners agreed not to cut it down.

We're not suggest you shack up in your favourite spot, but we would love to hear about the that special, pristine place in New Zealand you would never want to see harmed.

What makes it so important and why should we work to protect it?

Share photos and details of your precious environment with other readers and help educate them about what we can't afford to lose.


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