Raoul Island is the largest of the Kermadec Islands, and, at 1000 km north-east of North Cape, is New Zealand's most northern territory. Julia Brooke-White's detailed colour photographs allow the viewer to explore the rich and varied textures of Raoul's landscape and flora, as well as presenting the gritty reality of conservation work.
"Raoul is very rugged, steep and remote, with a small range of plants and birds, whatever has arrived there by sea or wind. The place can seem monotonous or infinitely varied, depending on ones level of interest. I hope these photographs will convey an idea of the value the weeding programme in the restoration of endemic plant and bird life on Raoul Island."