Zoe's Kawakawa since 2012

We’re a family owned and operated business, providing quality handcrafted natural products made from the best kawakawa. We are tangata tiriti (treaty people) committed to tautoko community non-profit organisations, rangatahi (youth), and kaupapa Māori. We partner with The Herb Farm and Moana Road and are genuinely grateful to so many who support us, so we can support others.

Zoe's Kawakawa was brought to life through partnership with our friend Lynn Kirkland from the Herb Farm in 2012. We are grateful for the science teachers of Palmerston North - Warwick Grady and Dr Heather Meikle, our legendary friends and family who have supported us from the beginning.


  • The Wellington Free Store

    We love the Wellington Free Store. It is a welcoming, inclusive community that freely redistributes quality surplus food from 70+ Wellington eateries to anybody who wants kai. Many hands contribute to The Free Store running, a beautiful crew of diverse volunteers that form a joyful community encouraging each other to live more sustainably through rescuing wasted kai.

  • OHFI - Open Home Foundation International

    OHFI are an Aotearoa based organisation working to protect and empower vulnerable children and their families around the world. Their vision is for every child in the world to belong to a home, family and community where they are safe and loved; to receive a good diet, health care, and education.

  • Palmerston North Intermediate Normal School

    Zoe's Kawakawa began at PNINS with the encouragement of a phenomenal science teacher, Mr Grady. To invest in the next generation of young scientists, tangata whenua and tangata tiriti who are passionate about sustainability and conservation, Zoe gives Bruce McKenzies book vouchers and Kawakawa products annually to tauira (students) receiving science lab assistant awards.

We are sustainable, safe, and our products are 100% natural to soothe and protect skin.

Meet Zoe and Kathy Glentworth, a mother and daughter duo