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Preliminary notice: 2018 FUNNZ Fungal Foray

Submitted by Bevan Weir on Sat, 04/11/2017 - 5:58pm

The 2018 Fungal foray will be held at Lake Brunner, 6–12 May 2018.

We will be based at the Moana Hall (corner of Ahau and Kehu Streets): Google mapsThe foray will be held in the town of Moana, there are three main options for getting here (ranked by travel time).

  1. Fly into the town of Hokitika, rent a car and drive to Moana (1 hour). There are three flights a day from Christchurch to Hokitika
  2. Fly into Christchurch and drive to Moana (3 hours). There are a few seats free on one car, if there is a lot of demand for this we can organise a van.
  3. Travel by train from Christchurch to Moana (4 hours). This could be a great option for international visitors, it will let you enjoy the scenery. See:

More details will follow soon, participants will need to book their own accommodation.




Kia ora FUNNZ! I would love to be added to the mailing list for the 2018 Foray event in Moana, and as I won't have access to a car in the South Island (will be flying in from Welly) would be interested on joining other visitors either in a car, van, or on the train.
My email address is [email protected]
Looking forward to my first foray!

Excited about attending my first foray, flights, car and accommodation sorted...! Do we need to register? As per previous people's comments, would love to be added to any mailing list for further information: [email protected] Kind regards, Lee

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