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Pegasus Fairy Forest 

The Pegasus Fairy Forest was created in March 2024 thanks to an initiative from the Waimakariri District Council (WDC) as part of International Children's Day celebrations, on March 3rd.


Young creators participated in a Pegasus Residents Group (PRGI) and Waimakariri District Council (WDC) Fairy Forest Workshop, at the Pegasus Community Centre. Children and their families decorated fairy doors, houses and other wooden items to go in our new Fairy Forest.

The WDC Community Team were very generous, providing beautiful wooden fairy houses and doors, paints, and decorations for children to unleash their creativity.

This forest was one of four created locally (also Pines Beach, Woodend, and Kaiapoi) with the support of the Council Community Team, volunteers, and associations.

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Adding your creation to the Fairy Forest

We want the fairy forest to grow organically and make it uniquely Pegasus for everyone to enjoy.

There is plenty of space on trees for families to add their creations. 

Please remember to be respectful of the forest, do not damage trees when adding your creation and remove any rubbish. 

Where to find the forest

To find the fairy forest, park at the first Pegasus Beach carpark, follow the path toward the beach forest, stay left, and look for the sign.

See map below:

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