A rope access worker in a red helmet smiles for the camera while suspended on a cliff face, with another technician focused on work below. They are adjacent to vibrant native bush and the crystal-clear waters of a coastal area, showcasing the harmonious balance between specialised industry work and the pristine natural environment.

Little Barrier Islands Weed Eradication

Little Barrier Island is New Zealand’s largest unmodified and non-browsed native forest. It is one of NZ most important nature reserves.

The discovery of the noxious weeds Asparagus Scandens, Mexican Devil, and Pampas started one of NZ largest weed eradication programs.

Abseil Access Ltd were called upon to determine the extent of the problem on the 120m high sea cliffs, and to date, surveying over 5kms of cliff face.

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