Fish monitoring in Travis Wetland, April 2017
Travis Wetland is a Christchurch City Council Nature Heritage Park set aside to
protect and develop the wetland for the education and enjoyment of everyone.
Covering 119 hectares, it is the largest freshwater wetland remaining in Christchurch.
It is a modified wetland, consisting of a main pond of four hectares, with a complex of
smaller ponds, streams, and dry areas that all play important roles in the protection
and restoration of lowland wetland plant and animal communities.