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Our six reserves provide the University with a valuable resource for teaching and field research across a wide range of disciplines.
If you have any questions about the use and management of the University's reserves, we can help.
Discover the fascinating history of the University of Auckland's Reserves in Anawhata, Oratia and Huapai.
Long before it became a University reserve, Anawhata was a place frequented by researchers.
Based in rural South Auckland, Ardmore is used primarily for meteorological and radio research.
Goldie's Vineyards an is operating winery based on Waiheke Island, for those studying Wine Science.
Huapai's extensive range of vegetation makes it a valuable resource for plant researchers.
The University's 'marine campus' sits at the edge of New Zealand's oldest marine reserve.
Oratia is home to one of the richest assemblages of gymnosperms in the Auckland region.
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