Ecology of the Port Saddle and History of Lyttelton Port with Banks Peninsula Conservation Trusts Kate Whyte and Sophie Hartnell, and Neil McLennan, Lyttelton Port Company
Enjoy panoramic views of Whakaraupo/Lyttelton Harbour from the Port Saddle, located between Sumner Road and the eastern edge of Lyttelton Township. The Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust (BPCT) and the Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) have partnered to restore native biodiversity by removing weeds and pests and restoring habitat through planting native trees. The walk will include ecological insight of the land and fascinating insight into the Port’s history and development for the future.
Walk Length: 2½-3 hours, 2km. Walk climbs about 150m
Walk Difficulty: WALK - Partly formed track, some up and down
Wear boots or sturdy walking shoes. Bring snacks, drink bottle, sunhat, sunscreen, layered clothing and waterproof jacket
Please be aware that credit card fees apply to bookings.