Kiwiburn is looking to create a team of like-minded individuals keen to make the event as sustainable and as kind to our surroundings and nature as possible. So how environmentally woke are you? The team will: encompass measuring and offsetting our carbon footprint enhance the way Kiwiburn interacts with surrounding flora and fauna identify what we as a community can … Read More
Like a lot of our key volunteers, Poppy likes to avoid the limelight, however, having been such an integral part of Kiwiburn over the years, we couldn’t let her leave without saying a few words. Poppy has been a custodian of the event from its early days at Whakamaru to what it is today. Her roles within Kiwiburn have been … Read More
Kiwiburn Incorporated has been granted a 10 year Resource Consent on our current site in Hunterville, starting from the next event in 2020. Consent has been subject to conditions, primarily around sound which has been the community’s main concern. To ensure there are no breaches of the Resource Consent, Kiwiburn will be putting new measures in place and Sound Camps … Read More
When you’re traveling south along Sate Highway 1 from Managweka and see the legendary Peach teats billboard, you know you’re almost Home. It’s iconic, and has been around for quater of a century. Read about the history of the billboard here.