Over the past year we have been most grateful for the services of Auckland Land Search & Rescue and the WanderSearch has given us peace of mind in knowing that Mum could be found if necessary.
Seeing where Mum is now, I am especially grateful for the extra time it gave her with a bit of independence.
Welcome to Dan Pehi
We are pleased to welcome Dan Pehi to WanderSearch Auckland Charitable Trust as a new Trustee. Dan has been a member of Auckland Land Search & Rescue for over 12 years and has been involved in multiple searches in both urban and bush settings as well as being involved in a number of searches for […]
2018 – a year of change.
2018 is a new year and will see several changes occurring within the WanderSearch program throughout New Zealand. With the formation of a National Co-ordinator role, employed by NZ Land Search & Rescue in conjunction with WanderSearch NZ Charitable Trust, WanderSearch Auckland Charitable Trust say a sad farewell to Delanie who has taken up the […]
Radio Frequency verse GPS
Why does the WanderSearch Auckland Charitable Trust use radio frequency (RF) rather than GPS for their tracking program? The answer is simple. We wanted a tracking device which was small, had a long battery life and was easy to use. Prior to settling on our current tracking device, we interrogated the internet both nationally and […]
Auckland Outdoor Expo
In early November, the WanderSearch Auckland Charitable Trust were invited to showcase the WanderSearch Auckland tracking program at the inaugural Auckland Outdoor Expo held at the ASB Showgrounds. Golden Bridge Exhibition Ltd, in conjunction with Xiyangyang NZ Travel, organised the Expo which was primarily targeting the NZ Chinese community and showcasing the various outdoor activities […]