Antarctic Heritage Trust
The Antarctic Heritage Trust is an independent charitable trust that was established in 1987 for the purpose of conserving the legacy of the Ross Sea region of Antarctica by the first Antarctic explorers – Norwegian Carsten Borchgrevinck and British explorers, Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton The bases of four expeditions (1895 – 1915) still standing in Antarctica today are conserved by the Antarctic Heritage Trust.
In 2003, the New Zealand Government agreed to provide ongoing funding towards the Trust's operational costs to enable the Trust to free up resources to secure overseas funding towards its restoration project.
- Chair – Mr Mark Stewart PJN (Kerhormat)
- Executive Director – Nigel Watson
- Tel (03) 358 0212
- Postal Address - Private Bag 4745, Christchurch Mail Centre 8140
The Trustees which form the board are:
- Mr Mark Stewart PJN (Kerhormat). Chair. Independent Trustee.
- Mr Anthony Wright. Deputy Chair. Director, Canterbury Museum.
- Mr Simon Allen. Independent Trustee.
- Mr Chris Seed. Chief Executive and Secretary, Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
- Mr Andrew Coleman. Chief Executive, Heritage New Zealand.
- Mr Roy Dillon. Independent Trustee.
- Ambassador Scott Brown. United States Ambassador to New Zealand.
- Ms Niamh McMahon. Honorary Consul General for the Government of Ireland in New Zealand.
- Sir Brian Roche. Chairman, Antarctica New Zealand.
- HE Mrs Laura Clarke. British High Commissioner to New Zealand.
- Professor Richard Bedford. The Royal Society of New Zealand.
- Ms Linda Kestle. President, New Zealand Antarctic Society.
Updated on 14th February 2019