We love the great outdoors and New Zealand’s unique and diverse ecology. Our conservation and bio security division provides specialist and trained workers devoted to conservation principles. New Zealand has a unique ecosystem which is carefully managed and monitored by the Department of Conservation (DOC) with support from specialists across the country. Biosecurity is critical to our native species as it helps to prevent damage caused by unwanted organisms such as animal pests, weeds, didymo, and diseases like kauri dieback.
Rare Species Identification & Relocation
Remote mountainous regions, cliffs, and gorges are often especially rich in rare and vulnerable plant species.
Our staff have NZQA-accredited training and can provide information on any indigenous species and their habitats.
Weed Eradication Bio Security
The native flora of New Zealand is unique as it evolved in isolation for millions of years with 80% of our trees, ferns, and flowering plants only found in our country. With over 200 plant species now considered pests, our protected natural areas are facing concerning ecological threats, and continued conservation efforts are critical to the protection of our native flora.
Since 1995, Abseil Access has developed specialised access and control techniques for removing pest plant material from these places. Locations of weeds are recorded using photographs and GPS, so control methods can then be implemented. On completion, clients receive a detailed report of the scope of work.
Everyone Can Make A Difference
If you are a passionate conservationists like the Abseil Access team, we recommend you check out the Department of Conservation (DOC) website to see how can help protect our native habitats and animal life.