Our range of products and services will help you to get the most out of your property
Goods & Services
Kaipatiki Project is pleased to sell a range of worm farm and composting products for the home including the popular new Hungry Bin worm bin range.
When funding allows, we also provide a number of services to help households care for their property. An eligible criteria applies for these services; contact us to check if you qualify.
The products listed are available for purchase from the Kaipatiki Project. Please contact us to check on availability and then come to the Kaipatiki Project during our opening hours to collect.
Create Your Own Eden Course Attendees
When you attend a free Create Your Own Eden composting course you qualify for a $46 discount voucher. You can use that voucher at the course or visit the Kaipatiki Project to purchase and pickup your composting system. Information about these bins will be provided at the course. Please note:
- Only cash and cheques can be used at the course. Your tutor will not be able to take eftpos or credit card payment.
- You can arrange for payment via internet banking with the Kaipatiki Project, prior to or after the course. However, products cannot be taken prior to payment.
Product and Price List
Square worm farm (includes worms)
Square worm farm (no worms)
Hungry Bin Worm Farm (includes worms)
Hungry Bin Worm Farm (no worms)
1 bucket set + 1 bag zing
2 bucket set + 2 bag zing
1kg bag zing
5kg bag zing
Compost bin (240L, 650mm square, 900mm tall)
Compost tumbler (on a stand)
Compost tumbler (no stand)
Contact the Kaipatiki Project to confirm that stock is in store
(09) 482 1172
Native bush and streams in our city are vital parts of Auckland’s ecosystem. For it all to work as nature intended, and in harmony with residential properties, these areas need to be cleared of weeds and planted with natives.
The Nature For Neighbourhoods programme is grant-funded by Auckland Council, and gives property owners in specific areas of the city free help to make these improvements.
A limited number of consultations are available within the areas covered by Nature For Neighbourhoods funding. These have been dealt with on a first come, first served basis during 2012 and are now all completed.
We are awaiting the outcome of the next funding round. Watch this website for news.
Nature For Neighbourhoods – what you get:
- An on-site consultation
- Information on the best species to plant in your garden and advice on effective weed control
- A limited number of free native plants
- A limited garden waste collection
To check if your address qualifies for a consultation, contact our Natural Heritage Coordinator, Jackie Knight.
(09) 482 1172