Department of Conservation
This New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC) site, has information about the protection of New Zealand's natural and historic heritage, how and where you can enjoy public conservation places and how to get involved in conservation.
We are fortunate to be able to offer guests an insight into the cultural significance of Poronui in association with the Ngati Tuwharetoa kaitiaki (caretakers) of this ancient Maori land. For more information you can look at their website or read more about the history of the Ngati Tuwharetoa.
Westervelt Sporting Lodges
Westervelt Sporting Lodges owns and operates a global network of outdoor sporting lodges that cater to the needs of today's discriminating sportsman. Fully-guided big game hunting, wing shooting and fly-fishing is available at Westervelt lodges in America, Canada and New Zealand.
Richard Brimer has been celebrating life through the lens for over 20 years. His work is frequently published in magazines such as Cuisine, NZ Architecture, Australian Gourmet Traveller, Urbis, and Air New Zealand magazine. A native of the Hawkes Bay wine region, some of Richard’s outstanding work is found throughout this site.
R. Valentine Atkinson is an internationally acclaimed and much-published photographer specializing in fly-fishing lifestyle and travel worldwide. His assignments have taken him to 29 countries and he is published in most major fishing and outdoor magazines regularly. Val is the proud author of four books: Distant Waters, Trout and Salmon, The Greatest Flyfishing Around the World and most recently Friends on the Water. He was recently inducted into the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame. Visit Val online to view his outstanding work.
Tourism New Zealand
Plan your New Zealand travel at the official site of Tourism New Zealand. This fantastic resource enables you to plan your trip on a calendar, see it on a map, collect items, bookmark pages and print out itineraries.
Wildlife Management Associates
Cam Speedy of Wildlife Management Associates
is leading the Sika Deer Study at Poronui. Cam's work over the past 25 years through Massey University, the NZ Forest Service, Department of Conservation and in the private & corporate sectors, has given him extensive knowledge and practical experience in game, pest, threatened species and general wildlife management. Cam has worked with leading wildlife biologists around the world and we are very proud to be working with him on the Sika Study at Poronui, where sika were first liberated in NZ in 1905.