KAIPUPU POINT SOUNDS WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Kaipupu Point Sounds Wildlife Sanctuary is located on an outcrop of land between Picton Harbour and Shakespeare Bay. The sanctuary is a community conservation project lead by a team of dedicated volunteers. Their aim is to created a mainland island sanctuary that protects and enhances our unique New Zealand wildlife. The area is separated from the mainland by a predator proof fence and the only access is by boat.
The sanctuary is being built day by day with the help of passionate and committed members, volunteers, donors and sponsors. It was opened to the public on March 17 2013.
Kaipupu Point Wildlife Sanctuary is managed by a community charity on land co-owned by the Department of Conservation and Port Marlborough.